Hebridean Hopscotch Holidays

Eshcol Guest House – Breasclete

Amenities

  • All rooms ensuite
  • Ample free parking
  • Free wi-fi
  • Full Scottish breakfast included
  • Colour TV in rooms
  • Dinners available (additional cost)
  • Hospitality tray
  • Lounge with sea loch views
  • Sea loch views from some rooms
  • Some ground floor rooms
Price Group 2

Next door to Loch Roag Guest House and in the same family’s ownership, Eshcol Guest House shares the views over Loch Roag, towards Callanish and the hills of west Lewis and Harris.

Peace, quiet and wonderful views from Eshcol Guest House.

The extensive house accommodates well maintained, comfortable guest bedrooms, which are equipped with hospitality tray and TV, stylish and comfortable, in each. All the rooms have en-suite facilities.

Breakfast is served in the pleasant dining room next door and optional evening dinners are also taken at Loch Roag Guest House (pre-reservation required, either when you book your holiday or by contacting Eshcol Guest House direct).

An elegant lounge in Eshcol Guest House is reserved for guests to read, write, relax or just enjoy the view and a small sun lounge is also available to you.

The location of this comfortable and homely guest-house accommodation is convenient for touring, especially the beaches and settlements of the west coast. Stornoway is around 20 minutes drive.

Accommodation at Eshcol Guest House

All of the bedrooms are modern, comfortable and some have the benefit of the view over Loch Roag to the hills beyond.

Food and drink

Should you choose to take dinner at Loch Roag, next door, you’ll enjoy homely cooking and local ingredients .

“First night of our adventure – The first night on the Outer Hebrides of our tour from north to south, therefore this was setting the tone of the whole holiday!
Small b&b, with Donald’s place ‘Roag’ next door, where dinner and breakfast were served.
Nice room, which was a twin though quickly converted into a double for us, really good sized en suite shower room.
Very quiet locale, no local bars so take your own bottle of wine or beer for dinner or evening lounging as neither place is licenced.
Dinner was OK – first time either of us had had skate – and breakfast was plentiful…. certainly no lunch required after such a choice and quantity!
Overall a good b&b.” – A TripAdvisor reviewer.