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Finsbay Lodges on the Isle of Harris


Self Catering Accommodation, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides

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Finsbay Cottages

Are you searching for natural, rugged beauty, breathtaking landscapes, stunning white sandy beaches, and a break that offers peace and tranquility? The Isle of Harris is the perfect location for your next break.

Finsbay Lodges are in an area ideal for hiking, fishing, hill climbing, bird watching or just getting absorbed into Island life and culture. The lodges can be used as a base for exploring Harris, Lewis and further afield.


Our three lodges are ideal for a family holiday or going away with friends - solid timber luxury lodges, which all sleep six people, and have superb facilities and spectacular views over Loch Finsbay. You can book a single lodge or multiple lodges through our booking system.



Finsbay lodges


Slightly elevated above Coll and Inver Lodges, Arran Lodge sleeps six and is dog-friendly. It offers a spectacular view over the river estuary and the Finsbay sea loch. The timber-clad lodge is designed for maximum comfort and a relaxing break in serene and peaceful surroundings.


Inver Lodge provides the perfect place to relax and make the most of the breathtaking views of the beautiful Island surroundings and wildlife. Sleeping six, it overlooks the river and estuary. This lodge has the additional feature of a beautiful conservatory from which guests can catch sightings of migratory fish, seals and otters at play.

Inver cottage by trout river
Front of Coll Lodge


Coll Lodge also sleeps six, and has panoramic views over freshwater lochs, hills, sea, and river mouth. Seals often frequent the bay, providing endless entertainment for guests from the comfort of their accommodation.



The Finsbay, Flodabay, and Stockinish fishings are an excellent salmon and sea trout fishery, set in the spectacular rivers and lochs of South Harris, Outer Hebrides. There are three river systems and fishing on around 100 lochs. Our 5-year average is 33 sea trout, 168 brown trout, and occasional salmon. However, we are category 3, so all salmon must be returned.

The Finsbay, Flodabay and Stockinish fishings were amalgamated and now comprise these three separate beats, all linked to the sea and with fishing rights on about 100 lochs between them, some with salmon and sea trout but many with brown trout only. 


Click on the links below to find out more information on our Fishing

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