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Lewis UK34047

Sleeps 2
1 dog
1 bedroom
1 bathroom

The location on the outskirts of Stornoway is brilliant. The huts are perfect bases for a range of holidaymakers. Enjoy a two-night stopover, a short break or a week holiday at one of the Hebridean Holiday Huts!. Electric central heating, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Welcome pack.. External utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer, dehumidifier and drying racks (shared with properties on-site). Garden (shared with other properties on-site). 1 dog welcome, to be kept on a lead at all times. Private parking for 1 car. No smoking.. Each of the Hebridean Holiday Huts on the outskirts of Stornoway are ideal as places to base yourself when visiting the Isle of Lewis. These bespoke, spacious huts have been created by the owner with a lot of care, attention and thought for those visiting and using them as boltholes for adventures in the Outer Hebrides.

With these open-plan studios, you enter each hut and have a great space with double bed, double sofa bed (for children), Smart TV, wee dining area and a brilliant kitchenette. The shower room in each hut is a very good size. Stepping into the huts, you’re taken aback at the space within- they’re cavernous! The forethought of the owners has gone so far that they’ve created a fourth hut as a laundry/drying area for the many people hiking and biking across the islands. It’s an incredibly useful space that hardly anywhere else offers. There’s a dehumidifier and drying racks to ensure your hiking and biking gear is clean and dry by the next morning! It’s the perfect place to stop for those cycling and walking the Hebridean Way that officially finishes in Stornoway. Walkers and cyclists will love Hebridean Holiday Huts!

The huts suit everyone though because the location is so good, just a few minutes’ walk away from the Lews Castle and museum, and you can visit the market in town for local produce and crafts each Saturday. On the outskirts of Stornoway, you’re only a short walk to the centre of town, and being in a central location, you can easily explore the world-famous sights on the Lewis and Harris. The Callanish Standing Stones are only a twenty-minute drive away, the Blackhouse Village at Garenin is under half an hour by car, Uig Bay where the Lewis Chessmen were found is only forty-five minutes’ drive, and you can be walking along the white sandy shores of mesmerising Luskentyre Beach on Harris in under an hour.

Having Stornoway within easy walking distance is really where you can go out for food and drinks and avoid a hefty taxi trip home. Stornoway has some great things to see and do, including hiring bikes, enjoying a round of golf at the excellent Stornoway Golf Club, established in 1890, great value fly fishing for salmon, sea trout and wild brown trout on the River Creed and surrounding Stornoway lochs. An event to be aware of is the Heb Celt Fest in mid-July 2022 (please pre-book), and there are many agricultural shows and highland games to attend throughout the summer months.

The Hebridean Holiday Huts are an excellent choice for a two-night stopover, a short break or even a week-long holiday. The accommodation is of a great standard and the location is perfect for those Hebridean voyagers visiting the isles! Please ensure that you have booked your ferry/plane first before booking your accommodation- due to covid19 there are restrictions in place and these tend to be fully booked in advance, especially in the summer months.

Lewis can be booked together with Harris (UK34048) and Uist (UK34049) to accommodate up to 6 adults and 6 children.

Please make sure you have booked your ferry/plane before booking your accommodation. There can be limited availability on these, especially in the summer months


Parking Available
Garden / Patio
Walk-In Shower
Golf Nearby
High Chair
Cot / Travel Cot
Washing Machine
Fishing Nearby
Private Parking


“Nice place and very nice people. Laundry facilities excellent value. The castle grounds are opposite, so great for dog walks. A minor comment, its a bit near a main road which some people feel the need to race down, so occasionally you get some traffic noise. Landlady provided milk, bread, teabags & coffee plus people and dog treats for our first day. Very welcoming.”
— Shaun, 22 September 2022
“Fantastic base to go and explore. Owner was really helpful when asking about island. Made to feel really welcome and bed and sofa bed were more than comfortable. We had a great time and would definitely recommend.”
— Grant, 29 July 2022
“Highly recommended would definitely use again best welcome pack yet,thank you”
— PHILIP, 9 July 2022
“lovely private self catering little find, I would highly recommend.”
— CRAIG, 19 May 2022
“We arrived late after issues with the ferry. Joan was waiting for us, was super welcoming and had left supplies in the fridge for us. Lots of added extras, place was spotless. Would recommend and use again ourselves.”
— Stacey, 3 October 2021


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