And welcome again to your destination address, which must surely be Langass Lodge.
Under the expert direction of our chef Mike MacDonald and with access to some of the freshest local seafood, game, and local produce eating at Langass will become and remain a memorable part of your stay with us.
With over 20 years under the same management and ownership we believe we can provide our guests with a unique hospitality experience.
Over the years, we have fine tuned the dining experience making the best of local produce, seafood and game for our lunch and evening menus.
The original Lodge has been sympathetically updated and extended to maximise the views and create a light and airy atmosphere. New rooms built into the Hillside offer an extremely high standard of accommodation but continue to reflect traditional highland style.
Situated in our own extensive grounds, the Lodge presents an ideal location for guests who wish to travel with their dogs. We welcome dogs in all of our public rooms except the restaurant.
We stayed at Langass whilst enjoying the wonderfully varied sport that North Uist has to offer. The rooms were spacious and very comfortable with amazing views. The food was simple, but done very well and the staff helpful and very attentive. We had a great time and would definitely return.
Beautiful hunting lodge. Even though we had one of the small rooms (no6) within the lodge, we had a great time & enjoyed all the small touches that make this a very special place to stay. One comment would be the room is slightly dark. Wonderful food using local produce. Also great breakfast with tons of choice. Very good value for money. If in Uist, this place is a must.
There’s not a lot of accommodation on this part of the island but this is a very tastefully decorated small hotel. The breakfast and dinner were very good, our room of a good size. It’s centrally located on North Uist with on-site parking. We enjoyed our stay here and would stay again if we came back to this part of the Hebrides.
This may be a unique spot on North Uist. Tucked away from the main road south, it is surrounded by lots of wildlife and beautiful landscapes. Even if you are not hunting (stalking) or fishing, great for walking and as a base for island exploration. Small bar and restaurant are luxury all the way.