Post Office and shop at Amhuinnsuidhe
|Amhuinnsuidhe shown within the Outer Hebrides|
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Amhuinnsuidhe (Scottish Gaelic: Abhainn Suidhe) is a settlement on the Harris, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The settlement is also within the parish of Harris. Amhuinnsuidhe is centred on the country house, Amhuinnsuidhe Castle, which is adjacent to the B887 road.
Amhuinnsuidhe lies on the northern shore of West Loch Tarbert on the Isle of Harris. It is 8 miles (13 km) northwest of Tarbert. Sron Uladail, one of the highest sheer cliffs in the British Isles is located nearby.
The 55,000-acre (220 km2) estate was transferred to community ownership in 2003, when the North Harris Trust purchasing the land in a community land purchase. The castle and fishing rights were purchased by Ian Scarr-Hall. They are now operated as Amhuinnsuidhe Castle Estate, a sporting hotel and conference venue.
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