Sonas Cottage has been designed to a very high standard and is an ideal place to relax. The cottage is provided with wireless broadband, sauna, multi-room music system and uniquely a cinema room. Included in the cost are heating, hot water, fuel for the stove and telephone calls. Bed linen, towels and robes are provided for your stay.
Our multi room music system has access to millions of tracks, which you can enjoy during your stay. Just choose what you want on the touch screen handset and relax in your chosen room. Music can be set up easily in the kitchen/dining room, bedroom, sauna room, bathroom, cinema room and living room. Each room can have different selections playing independently and at different volumes, all at the touch of a button. You can even set some relaxing music to listen to as you drift off to sleep and to wake you up gently the next morning. A wonderful feature to aid your enjoyment and relaxation in Sonas Cottage.
Our dedicated cinema room, with a 2.1m x 1m wall mounted screen, HD projector system and leather reclining theatre seats make a night in as good as a night out.
There is no shortage of things to see and do on Harris, from strolling leisurely along one of its spectacular white sandy beaches to exploring its rugged hills and glens in search of scenery, wildlife or just solitude.
Whether you are coming for a complete rest and recharge or with more energetic plans in mind there is something here for you.
The history of the Island and its people can been seen in the buildings left behind. Such as the site of the chapel in Northton, the area around which has evidence of some of the oldest occupation in Harris.
Another building well worth a visit is St Clements in Rodel which contains wonderfully carved tombs of some of the chiefs of the Macleods of Harris.
For those who prefer do take in their scenery with a putter in their hand, the local golf course provides a challenging round with breathtaking scenery.
Fishing is also a major leisure activity on the island, with some of the best salmon fishing in Scotland to be found its rivers and lochs, such as the ones owned by Amhuinnsuidhe Castle just a few miles down the road from Sonas Cottage.
Moving up the energy scale the landscape of Harris is perfect for outdoor activities such as mountain biking, windsurfing, kayaking, and climbing.
The history of the people and culture of isles can be explored using resources such as Seallam a local history and genealogy resource.
Harris Tweed the world famous cloth is still woven by individual weavers on their crofts. And the many items which their product is turned into, from jackets to mobile phone covers are available in various craft shops on the island.
Harris is also one of the last places in Scotland where the Gaelic language is still in everyday use.
Along with Welsh, Cornish, Breton and Manx it is part of the group known as the Celtic languages, now spoken only in the Western extremities of Europe. During your stay you will have many opportunities to sample Gaelic culture in music, word and song.
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This page was last updated: 16 January 2012