Informative, engaging and ever helpful hosts who provide wonderful hospitality and excellent food in warm and scrupulously clean accommodation - the reason why we keep returning, and epitomising all that is good in the Western Isles.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Yards from the Ferry terminal and Town CentreThe Guest House was built in 1854 and is popular for its friendly welcome and relaxed atmosphere.We are located opposite the ferry terminal directly across the road from the terminal entrance/exit on Newton Street, Stornoway.The house has three large ensuite and two large standard bedrooms. All rooms have a sea view and panoramic views of Lews Castle grounds and beyond to Arnish point. It also has a well laid out dining room. All rooms are centrally heated with individual thermostatic control; Freeview and secure free Wi-fi available in all rooms as well as tea and coffee making facilities.The town centre is just a few minutes walk, we are located very close to the bus station which boasts an excellent service to all major attractions on the island. The Western Isles tourist office is located on Cromwell Street in the centre of Stornoway, where you can find information on all the local events and festivals, tours, etc. There are local car hire firms which can be booked from the guest house and delivered to the door, we can also arrange for guided tours of the island.We have a private rear garden which you may use for a barbecue to taste our local fresh seafood, perhaps with a bottle of fine wine.Whatever you decide to do on your holiday, we will try to make it a pleasant and happy one to remember and hope you enjoy your stay with us. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hal O' The Wynd Stornoway, Isle Of Lewis