OLD WORLD CHARM
Nestled in a valley on the Hebridean Isle of Lewis is the Old Mission Hall, a delightful bright comfortable self-catering cottage located in the crofting village of Cromore, South Lochs.
Recently converted to a high standard the hall retains much of its old world charm and architectural features including deep-set windows and a beautiful rounded ceiling. A double bedroom with access to a decked area has been added, also a conservatory. With one bedroom (king-sized bed) it makes an ideal hideaway for couples, but in addition, there are two double-sized sofa beds for children or company.
Cromore (Crò Mòr in Gaelic) is a small crofting village on the Isle of Lewis in the parish of Pairc, also known as South Lochs, Outer Hebrides. The area once formed part of a large deer-park, hence the parish name Pairc, but ‘South Lochs’ comes from the numerous saltwater lochs that sparkle like sapphires scattered across the landscape.