Tigh Dubh – Black House in Gaelic – traditionally housed humans and animals in the Highlands and Islands. Cows were milked here until the 1970s, sheep lambed and hay stored until the mid 1990’s.
The original fowl hole has been preserved with glass to prevent unwanted visitors from the modern croft. Great care has been taken to keep the feel of the traditional Black House but with all the insulation and modern touches to ensure a comfortable and unique stay.
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