Traditional croft style with modern conveniences
Put your feet up and take it easy
Classic style with everything you need
Fully fitted convenience
Dinner for two
Welcoming Kingsize bed
Relax and endulge yourself
Old fashioned character with modern fittings
Fully enclosed garden with Loch views beyond
Stunning loch views
Spectacular views right on your doorstep
A warm welcome awaits…
Situated on the Isle of Lewis in the Western Isles of Scotland, this self catering holiday cottage provides a warm welcome no matter what the time of year.
Originally serving as the Post Office for the crofting township of Tolsta Chaolais, the cottage has been beautifully modernised. It now awaits couples who wish to get away from it all and discover the rugged beauty of the Outer Hebrides. Within easy reach of white sandy beaches, archeaological, historic & cultural attractions and just 20 miles from Stornoway, make The Old Post Office an ideal base for your island adventure.
The Old Post Office will both charm and delight you.
Tolsta Chaolais (Tolastadh a Chaolais) is a crofting township on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. It consists of about forty houses, clustered around Loch a’ Bhaile, about a mile from the A858 road, between Callanish and Carloway. The name has a Norse element, Tolsta, combined with a Gaelic element, Caolas, and means “Farm by the Strait”.
Recognised as one of the prettiest villages on the island, Tolsta Chaolais is nestled between a sea loch, Loch Roag, and a freshwater loch, Loch a’Bhaile.
This traditional crofting township, where croft animals and livestock roam freely, provides an ideal base for immersing in island life and touring Lewis and Harris.