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The Cabarfeidh Hotel - Stornoway Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Cabarfeidh Hotel

Manor Park, Perceval Road South, Stornoway - Map
"Good location"
This is a well run hotel with a good mix of locals and visitors, however forget about WiFi it exists in name only. To get a good connection in the room was impossible and downstairs was pretty bad.
Traveller from Owasso, OK
Within 10 to 15 minutes stroll of Stornoway town centre and leisure areas the 3-star luxury Cabarfeidh is ideal for business …More
Hebridean Guest House - Stornoway Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hebridean Guest House

61 Bayhead Street, Stornoway - Map
"What a pleasant surprise! "
We have never stayed at a "Guest House" before and were a bit worried... it was the only room left in the town when we booked so I grabbed it! We were deposited on the side walk outside the door by our cab and we were left in front of a locked door. Rang the door bell and were greeted by a cheerful man who helped us inside with our bags. His wife immediately appeared and showed us around the main floor, nice sitting room with tv, kitchen and dining room where we were being offered breakfast. Then up three flights of stairs, the hosts carried our suitcases up for us. Room was on the smaller size but twin beds as I requested, tv and a large dresser with a generous coffee/tea/cookie offering on it. LArge wardrobe in the corner. The ensuite was compact but quite suitable and fresh. Everything looked like it was freshly renovated and we never heard any sound coming from other rooms (and it was fully booked). Beds comfy, breakfast yummy and fast, and we were very happy there. Internet was easy and we used the front room for entertaining one morning. We stayed for 2 nights and room was freshened for us after the first night. A very nice experience. Would go back in a flash.
Traveller from Toronto, Ontario
Caladh Inn - Stornoway Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Caladh Inn

11 James Street, Stornoway - Map
"Nice centrally located hotel"
We had a 3 night stay in the Caladh, and could not have asked for a better hotel for the price we paid. The room was bed and breakfast, and was good value for money. We also used the restaurant on a couple of evenings. A very good menu, plus each night there was a carvery with a varied range of meats.
Traveller from Fraserburgh
The 2 star Caladh Inn is the largest hotel in Stornoway and the closest to both the ferry terminal and the airport. For …More
The Royal Hotel - Stornoway Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

The Royal Hotel

Cromwell Street, Stornoway - Map
"fab "
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    A visit to Stornoway is the perfect introduction to the tranquil, beguiling atmosphere of the Outer Hebrides. The largest town on the Isle of Lewis, Stornoway, is vibrant and boasts a sublime culture and heritage — its proximity to Lewis’s many historical places of interest makes it a superb place to stay if you wish to explore everything the Outer Hebrides has to offer. There’s a variety of attractive hotels in and around Stornoway ranging from 5 Star luxury hotel accommodation to low cost self-catering apartments and guesthouses. Enter your search dates into Expedia’s search tool to view the best deals on hotels in the area.

    Precious Relics

    Discover a vanished way of life on the Isle of Lewis during your visit to Stornoway. Wander between ancient megaliths at the magnificent Standing Stones of Callanish, run your hands against Iron Age masonry at the impressive Dun Carloway Broch or see how life was lived for Hebridean crofters in the island’s only surviving Blackhouse at Arnol. Outer Hebrides have been inhabited for over 6,000 years and at every turn travellers will find evidence of a distinctive and ancient island culture.

    Céad Míle Fáilte

    That’s ‘a hundred thousand welcomes’ in Gaelic — and you’ll be made to feel more than welcome in this hospitable island community. Relax in comfortable holiday accommodation and wake up to pristine white beaches, panoramic skies and a quiet and contemplative rural atmosphere. Spend your evenings enjoying the fresh Scottish produce that Stornoway is famous for in one of the Western Isles’ excellent restaurants. Fresh seafood is always on the menu as well as Stornoway black pudding, a popular delicacy that may persuade you to eat offal more often.

    Wilderness Walks

    The landscape of the Outer Hebrides is one of the most secluded and dramatic parts of the UK. The area has a rich assortment of wildlife across its many Nature Reserves, National Scenic Areas and wild places. For an unforgettable daytrip on your visit to Stornoway visit the island nature reserve of St. Kilda, one of the best places in Europe to see wild seabirds. In the summer months the fertile low lying areas of the Outer Hebrides are transformed into multi-coloured carpets of orchids and other flowers — known locally as the machair.


    People travel to the Outer Hebrides because of its remoteness, but in reality you won’t have much trouble getting there from mainland Scotland. Regular ferries leave from Ullapool and Oban and arrive at the town’s busy harbour within a couple of hours — hiring a car once you arrive is easy with a variety of car hire operators to choose from on Lewis. If you are planning to go island hopping on the west coast there are various travel passes that will give you some flexibility on your trip including The Freedom of Scotland Travelpass and Rail & Sail Pass. There’s also a small airport in Stornoway.

    Travel to the Outer Hebrides and stay in an excellent hotel; Stornoway has a range of options so whatever your taste, use Expedia to quickly identify the ideal place for you and your family.

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