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Welcome friends! We have two self catering cottages located in Ness, Isle of Lewis. We are in the old Decca Station in Lionel, near Eoropie Beach and the Butt of Lewis.

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The Decca
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The Decca is a former radio navigation station in the northwest of the Isle of Lewis near the Butt of Lewis.  The conversion has retained some of the industrial features whilst creating spaces that are comfortable & welcoming.

We operate the cottages in an environmentally-friendly way in what we consider to be one of the most the spectacular settings in the world.

We have two semi-detached self-catering cottages. One cottage sleeps upto 8 people and the other sleeps upto 7 , both have full kitchens and living rooms.

We are situated near the beautiful Eoropie beach and within the glorious Loch Stiapabhat nature reserve with its wildlife observatory just a 5-minute walk away.

Eoropie Dunes award-winning children’s play-park, a swimming pool and sports centre (gym, sauna, sports hall, 10-pin bowling) also just a short walk away & the Butt of Lewis lighthouse is just a 5 minute drive.

Please note, we do not allow pets, motorhomes, campervans, or smoking anywhere on the property.

Latest posts from Our Wee Blog: Life at The Decca

Local Treasures: Butt of Lewis Lighthouse

The Butt of Lewis lighthouse is at the northernmost tip of the Isle of Lewis. The lighthouse is surrounded by giant cliffs which house hundreds (thousands?) of seabirds and have spectacular views. VisitOuterHebrides.co.uk has a downloadable walking map (Outer Hebrides Walking Map #7). This walk is 3.5 miles (5.5 km) as listed on the map, […]

Local Treasures: Port of Ness Beach

Port of Ness Beach is a gorgeous beach with a large breakwater to shelter boats and views to the mountains on the mainland on clear days. It is 1.3 miles away from The Decca, which google tells us is a 26-minute walk or a 3-minute drive. For beach access, park near the slipway then walk […]

Local Treasures: Port Stoth Beach

Port Stoth is a lovely wee sheltered beach that we consider fantastic for swimming (if you don’t mind the cold water of Scottish beaches 😉). The water is typically clear with colours ranging from turquoise to teal and the cliffs have loads of little cracks that the sea birds will nest in. It is 1.3 […]