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The Hebridean Islands of Lewis and Harris are places of outstanding natural beauty with beaches of golden sand that stretch for miles.

They offer a warm island welcome to those who wish to explore quiet beaches moorlands and mountains.

Air View Of Point Isle of Lewis
The Western Isles are easily accessible, you can fly to Stornoway in under an hour from Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen.
There are ferry services to Stornoway and Tarbert from Ullapool and Uig in Skye.

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The Hebrides are famous for the acres of wildflowers, for bird watching and abundant wildlife that includes otters, eagles, deer, seals, puffins, whales and dolphins. The islands of Lewis and Harris have much to offer, not forgetting the famous Callanish Stones and Harris Tweed .

Stornoway Town, is a lively, bustling modern town with lots of Hotels, Pubs and Restaurants. It has a museum and places of cultural interest as well as playing host to Celtic Music Festival, The Sail Hebrides Maritime Festival, Highland Games and Stornoway Carnival during the summer months.

Modern technology places the island firmly in the twenty first century however the pace of life is leisurely, gentle and the envy of many a visitor.

Why not come and enjoy the peace, solace and relaxation that is the Hebridean experience.


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