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B&B in the Outer Hebrides


Uig Lodge, Uig, Isle of Lewis
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Uig Lodge    Uig    Isle of Lewis

Uig Lodge is a licensed bed and breakfast set in an incredible location overlooking Uig Sands. There are numerous walks exploring the local area and we are happy to help plan and advise on local routes. The Lodge was built in 1876 but has recently been refurbished to a high standard. We also serve 3 course evening meals and aim to deliver a true home from home experience. We have plenty of space to store muddy walking boots and have a good drying cupboard for your waterproofs!

Tower Guest House, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis

Tower Guest House    Stornoway    Isle of Lewis

Welcome to the Tower Guest House. The Tower is an attractive Victorian family villa, popular for its friendly welcome and a relaxed atmosphere..The house is close to the town centre and is a listed building in the conservation area of Stornoway, a few minutes walk from the Ferry and Bus Station, and only a short drive from Stornoway Airport. An ideal central location for those visiting the isles for bird watching, fishing, and walking or golf, or sports such as diving or wind surfing.......

Sandwick Bay Guest House, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis
Wifi / broadband

Sandwick Bay Guest House    Stornoway    Isle of Lewis

Located on the shoreline of sandwick bay the property offers stunning unrestricted sea views..Ample private free offroad parking and motorcyclists and cyclists welcome..The property has recently been extensively upgraded to offer you an unforgettable experience..Each room has lcd tv and tea/coffee making facilities.The en suites are all finished in marble..The sea facing upstairs bedrooms are floored in natural oak.we also offer free wi-fi internet. The Balcony room has its own personal sea facing balcony with wonderful sea views.


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