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Holidays To Stornoway

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Stornoway is a town in the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides off the West Coast of Scotland. It is the largest town in the Outer Hebrides with a population surpassing 8000. Stornoway is an important port and is the administrative centre of the Outer Hebrides. The best way to get to your holidays to Stornoway is via Ferry from the mainland. Once there, you will notice a difference in the culture in the islands. Stornoway has long been known for its strict observation of the Christian Sabbath (Sunday). This meant that there were no services available on most Sundays. In recent times, this has eased marginally, allowing Stornoway to become a tourist town. Among the attractions if this small town are the Stornoway Town Hall, the Lewis War memorial, and the Neo-gothic Lews Castle. It is also home to the an Lanntair arts centre, among others. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to make your trip to Stornoway a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Stornoway with us and experience this town in the Isle of Lewis off Western Scotland at its very best.


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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Flybe, Eastern Airways


English, Scottish Gaelic, Scots

Best Time to Travel

June to September

Modes of Transport

Plane, Train, Bus, Ferry, Taxi

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP

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A tiny village customary of numerous colonies of the west shore of the Isle of Lewis. Once a successful township with around forty crofts, it now has occupants of around 100 and bears a much lesser amount of active crofters. It is possibly famous as the site of the Blackhouse Museum.

Stornoway Harbour

This is a nice little working port with lots going on boat wise to keep you focused on a stroll around this region. The perfect sights are from the castle part of the water which makes for a great stroll in very pleasurable settings.

Lews Castle

A Victorian period castle situated west of the town of Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland. It was constructed in the years 1847-57 as a country home for Sir James Matheson who had purchased the entire island a few years earlier with his wealth. It was sketched by the Glasgow builder Charles Wilson.

Tiumpan Head Lighthouse

Stunning sights, this region has some breathtaking landscapes with sights out to sea, plenty of wildlife about. At this headland, you could look out to the ocean for whales and porpoises, and encounter the power of the fearsome sea and the steadfastness of the lighthouse. And there's a thrilling feeling of space.

St Columba's Chapel

An ancient chapel packed with fascinating construction. they have attached a tiny surrounded region which exhibits some of the sculpted stone grave markers. By the ocean, this wreck has various captivating tombstones, and great details about the past. alongside a lengthy beach, you could stroll and visualize the life in early eras.

An Lanntair Arts Centre

Situated in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, An Lanntair Arts Centre is residence to up to six native and global displays in the chief gallery every year. The auditorium holds extravagant events and live performances also an entertaining cinema encounter.

Morven Gallery

Found on the far North West Coast of the British Isles where vibrant contemporary art work could be discovered exhibited in the roomy, well-lit changed stone steadings. Facing the wild Atlantic climate and exhibiting the work of many famous artists who share among them an adoration of Hebridean terrain and seascapes.

Comunn Eachdraidh Nis

This small place is one not to ignore on your travels, a beautiful cafe, very fascinating museum and the staff are very pleasant and instructive. The tearoom was flawlessly clean and the tables were all placed with customary China cups and saucers.

Museum nan Eilean

Located in an old school structure, fascinating topics are toured concerning the past and lifestyles of the islands. A brief ferry ride to the castle is needed to enter this castle which is in the cove. Well restored and providing a look into how the historic owners must have lived at that period.

Lewis Loom Centre

Discover about the past of Harris Tweed at the Lewis Loom Centre in Stornoway. The Lewis Loom Centre provides an escorted excursion and speech on the production of Harris Tweed. Relish presentations of spinning wheels, warding, dyeing, the hand loom and entwining the tweed. There is also a craft gift store.