Welcome to the Isle Of Barra Beach Hotel – the Most Westerly Hotel in Britain.
Unwind and enjoy the uniquely wonderful atmosphere of our idyllically remote rocky island, 40 miles from mainland Scotland. The Isle of Barra Beach Hotel is situated on the Atlantic West Coast of the Island overlooking the beautiful white sands of Tangasdale Beach.
The Hotel’s spacious lounge with panoramic views of Halaman Bay and Ben Tangaval, is ideal for relaxing and watching the sun set over the ocean at the end of a perfect Hebridean day.
We look forward to welcoming you to peaceful and tranquil Barra, the jewel of the Outer Hebrides.
Can you imagine yourself here!
Come and experience the beauty of Barra
All bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
Read and relax, with stunning ocean views
Sea Facing Restaurant
Evening meals with uninterrupted, romantic sunsets.
Lounge Bar Patio
A wide selection of wines & whiskies with direct access to Tangasdale beach.
Cosy up and watch a film with toffee popcorn.
Postcards and other Isle of Beach Beach Hotel merchandise available
Guest Wifi available throughout hotel – due to both our location and weather conditions Wifi can be intermittent.
Electric bike hire available for guests
Car hire available for guests
You should also know…
We have a large open plan modern and newly converted cabin style accommodation adjacent to the hotel so you can enjoy a private family space while also having the hotel facilities to enjoy right on your doorstep.
Thank you for these beautiful photos, they really soothe my soul, in this crazy time ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Stunning pics !!🤩
Hope everyone is safe and healthy. Barra looking stunning.
No snow here either. Even though they promised.
Thank you 💕
Barra is an Island that will be forever in my heart . Visited twice diving.
My memories will live with me forever. The Locals Called us The Barra Coal divers. As we always ended the day diving on a Small Puffer to retrieve Coal to keep our rented Cottage fire going and warm. I will never forget the fantastic people, white shell beaches and wild primroses.