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Temple View Hotel

Hotel accommodation on the Isle of North Uist

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Proprietor:Harvey & June McLean Ross
Isle of North Uist
H56 5EJ
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Telephone:01876 580676
Fax:01876 580682
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Dining room
Dining room
The Temple
The Temple

Tariff details 
Room TypePriceRooms/unitsCapacity
Single Ensuite
£65Bed and Breakfast
Double Ensuite
£105Bed and Breakfast


Temple view is a delightful family hotel, highly praised for food service and comfort, welcoming all ages. Come to one of the most unique and distinctive of the Outer Islands, to relax and enjoy what many seasoned travellers consider to be magical in its atmosphere.

Temple View was built as a family home in 1900, became a guest house in the thirties, and has recently been tastefully extended to provide a delightful hotel of quality. In extending Temple View we have put great emphasis on providing a professionally run establishment with high quality fixtures and fittings.

We have ten spacious well-appointed letting bedrooms each with bath and shower en-suite facilities. There are four single and six double/twin rooms including one with disabled facilities. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, hairdryer and colour television.

During the summer months ceilidhs, concerts and dances are held in village halls and bars. These at times can be lively affairs. However, we have a restricted licence which offers the discerning clientele the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.

There is a choice of dinner in the dining room or a meal in the informal lounge diner. We specialise in local produce whenever possible. Both menus represent excellent value and are complemented by a carefully chosen wine list. The sun lounge provides an ideal retreat after dinner where you can enjoy the sunset over the sea lochs and the Temple.

The rooms to the front have extensive views of small islands towards the large tidal island of Baleshare, and the 13th Century ruin of Trinity Temple, from which the Hotel gets its name. The rooms to the rear have views of moorland and distant hills towards the east of the island.

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