• Borve Estate Newsletter 4

    The idle seals of Taransay Just a few hundred yards from the main houses on Taransay, there is a sheltered cove that is home to our resident seal population. If you follow a zig-zag route behind various boulders, and hug certain ravines, you can get to a large rock face[…]

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  • Borve Estate Newsletter 3

    Welcome to our new website! We’ve spent the last few weeks adding the finishing touches and now we have something we’re very proud of. We’ve got a new blog section where we’ll be adding regular news and features, better galleries, customer testimonials and a clean new look. We’d love to[…]

  • Borve Estate Newsletter 2

    Borve Lodge Estate under new Management Our new manager, Steve Woodhall, has taken the reins at Borve Lodge Estate. Steve has a perfect pedigree for the job, having extensive experience in managing exclusive game estates in both Canada and the UK. A former NCO in the Scots Guards, Steve was[…]

  • Borve Estate Newsletter 1

    Welcome to the first newsletter from Borve Lodge Estate, in which we reach out to past, and hopefully future, visitors to the Isle of Harris. Our intention is purely to keep you in touch with various news and titbits from the Outer Hebrides, and the delivery will be sporadic: whenever[…]

  • ‘Step Back in Time in the Western Isles’….. The Sunday Times

    Inspired by ancient dwellings scattered across the Scottish coastline, The Broch, on the Borve Lodge Estate, on Harris, is entered via a slate drawbridge and has a fittingly minimalist style. The kitchen and dining room are on the ground floor; steps made from beech trees lead to a sitting room[…]