This delightful and traditional detached Victorian house is located in the centre of the town of Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.
This spacious house is ideal for families or small groups who wish to explore the Isle of Lewis/Harris and the surrounding area.
Set over two floors, the three bedrooms, bathroom and shower room are all on the first floor, with the living areas downstairs.
The kitchen is well-equipped with everything you need during your stay and it also has a dining area, and there is also a dining area in the open plan living area.
The lounge has the bonus of an electric fire, so why not relax in front of it with a good book or whilst planning what you wish to see and do during the remainder of your stay?
Within a couple of minutes’ walk is the harbour where you can watch local fishermen and maybe sample some of the day's catch.
On your doorstep are a variety of coffee shops, restaurants and gift shops selling locally produced gifts.
The Lews Castle College with its magnificent grounds are within easy walking distance of the house and the amazing sights of Callanish, Carloway Broch and Gearranan Blackhouse village are less than an hour’s drive away.
The Hebridean beaches on Lewis and Harris are also easily accessible from this lovely holiday home.
A delightful base for exploring the Outer Hebrides.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with electric fire and dining area.
About the location
Arnol 14.5 miles; Callanish Stones 16 miles.
Stornoway is the only town in the Outer Hebrides and is a bustling and growing area with a busy working harbour, a great selection of shops selling local gifts including Harris Tweed, leisure facilities and wonderful award-winning restaurants selling locally sourced food of the highest quality. Lewis is a place where the lilting Gaelic language is spoken everywhere! Visitors to the town will find plenty to keep them occupied, with many good museums and art galleries and also a smart golf course and clubhouse. The large, quiet sandy beaches are close by and provide visitors with wonderful views and the town itself forms a great base for a holiday exploring the unique islands that form the Outer Hebrides. On the north west side of Lewis you can visit the village of Arnol with its Blackhouse Museum, an unmissable visit for anyone wanting to understand the way of life that was once widespread in Lewis. Carloway Broch is nearby and is another fascinating landmark and incredibly well preserved. The whalebone arch and numerous Iron Age dwellings on stunning Bosta beach make for great days out. The friendliness of the local people will astound visitors to the islands and you cannot fail to be impressed with the genteel and contented pace of life you will encounter here.