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The Royal Hotel was originally built in 1845, the year after the Matheson family purchased Lewis from the Mackenzie Trustees, the successors to the Earls of Seaforth - so it's possible that the Royal was a business enterprise of the Mathesons. It has been extended a number of times during its long history. Building of the Lews Castle, which replaced
With many years at Langass Lodge, Amanda and Niall are very pleased to broaden their hospitality here at Hamersay House. When the tides permit, she gathers most of the cockles and mussels that feature regularly on the menu at Hamersay House. Niall, a local to North Uist, is a fantastic wealth of knowledge when it comes to walking, fishing and boating
The hotel is believed to have been built in the 1860s. It was originally a much smaller building than you see today with probably only 5 or 6 bedrooms. The Bar was constructed around 1911, primarily to cater for the people involved in the herring industry. There are photos on the walls of the hotel which show the bay completely filled with fishing boats
Stornoway, the bustling fishing capital of the Western Isles offers visitors to the Islands an ideal base from which to explore the Historical and Scenic beauty that the Islands have to offer. Stornoway Holiday Cottage, situated at No 24, New Street is a five minute walk from the centre and everything that the town has to offer. The cottage is a traditionally
Niall has spent his whole life on North Uist and has a wealth of knowledge about fishing and boating on the island. He dives regularly for the fantastic scallops you will find on our menu and he could not imagine living anywhere else. Drafted in in 1995, Amanda enjoys exploring the island by kayak and is responsible for gathering most of the mussels
All accommodation is self catering in a range of rooms we have the following letting rooms. Rooms 6-15 have Tea and coffee provided in the rooms as well as access to a kitchen and lounge/seating area area UTA is ideally situated within walking distance from the post office shops and eating establishments We have secure storage for Bikes in our new bike
Temple View is owned and managed by Stephen and Susan Young. You will find Stephen in the kitchen each day preparing and cooking locally sourced produce, with Susan working Front of House and also having a big influence on our menus and style of cooking we offer. Temple View is conveniently located at the Southern end of North Uist, approximately 15
The Cabarfeidh Hotel is a comfortable, four star hotel situated in a quiet area, less than a mile from the town centre of Stornoway and all it's amenities. The hotel has 46 ensuite bedrooms, each with free Wi-Fi access and room service during lunch and dinner periods. Our standard overnight accommodation tariffs include bed and breakfast - which is
Lochboisdale is situated on a deeply indented sea loch of the same name on the south east of South Uist. It is a small port with car ferry connections to the mainland and Barra. The hotel was commissioned by Lady Gordon Cathcart the estate owner in 1880 as a fishing hotel and it is still full of charm and tradition. It welcomed its first guests in 1882