Galson Farm Guest House
The epitome of peaceful
GALSON FARM GUEST HOUSE
A Place Apart
The warm welcoming character and comfortable charm of this 18th-century farmhouse is offset by the timeless Hebridean landscape. Here is a place where you can truly relax, a world away from the hustle, bustle, and stress of modern life.
GUEST HOUSE TARIFF 2022
We have a minimum stay of 2 nights and all our prices are per night for a maximum of 2 people and include our Galson cooked breakfast
Ness, Hebridean & Croft £115 per night.
Port £135 per night
Have you got a special occasion to celebrate Anniversary, Birthday or a family gathering, etc? We offer the Guesthouse for the exclusive use of 8 people giving a bespoke service on request. Just give us a call to talk through your ideas.
GUEST HOUSE BOOKINGS
JUST FOR TWO
THE CROFTERS RETREAT
Cozy self-catering retreat for couples, quirky apartment-style open plan living with lounge and bedroom with King size bed a separate fully equipped kitchen, shower room & outdoor seating. Access to the beach with miles of walking from the doorstep.
Available for a minimum stay of 3 nights.
A PLACE TO UNWIND
Reside a while and step into a world of understated comfort and luxury whilst enjoying a real Hebridean lifestyle. Being at one with nature, taking in seascapes, and landscapes that have resisted the passing of time. Experience the everyday life on a working croft, or take time out to read that promised book in one of our two quiet lounges. Here there is no rush, the pace is of your own choosing.
With only four bedrooms each individually designed for your comfort, you will always have our personal attention. Our hearty breakfast and dinner menu is created from locally sourced produce whenever possible. Because we have a drinks licence you can also enjoy a bottle of wine with your meal, or watch the magnificent sunsets whilst sipping a glass of your favourite tipple.
CÉAD MÍLE FÁILTE
Staying at Galson Farm Guesthouse is taking a step back in history accompanied by all the comforts of modern living. The experience isn’t just in the comfort of this the oldest farmhouse on the Isle of Lewis, nor in the vastness of the skies, or spectacular Atlantic views, it’s in the very air, the language of the local people, the crofting traditions, the warm and generous welcome they offer.