Here are our list of selected hotels in Lochmaddy, which is the administrative centre of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
Lochmaddy sits at the end of a sea inlet and, due to the rocky nature, is the only settlement of any size on the east coast — far from the villages in the more populous west of North Uist.
Lochmaddy has been reported until late as an ideal hiding place for raiding ships stocked with fine goods bound for the clan chiefs of the time. Lochmaddy was once the site of a Royal Fishing Station during the reign of King Charles.
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