Hebridean Kitchen produces a range of handmade delicious preservative-free products, both sweet and savoury - jams, chutneys, tablet, shortbread and oatcakes. Claddach Kirkibost Centre also houses a cafe serving local produce such as fish and shellfish, throughout the year to provide a wide range of freshly made lunches.
|Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
|Tuesday - Friday||11:30||- 14:30|
|Saturday - Sunday||Closed|
* The cafe is open Tuesday - Friday 11:30am - 2:30pm at the moment. The office is open Monday to Friday
Last order for lunch at 2.30pm
Reflections is part of the Uist Sculpture Trail.
First World War memorial.
Balleshare beach is easily accessed from the village of Baleshare.
This rusty brown, pigeon-sized game bird occurs on the moorland either side of the road.
Surrounded by rolling moorland and young plantations this is a hotspot for hen harriers…
This is our smallest bird of prey with males appearing a dashing, steel blue compared…
Every piece of hand-crafted Shoreline Stoneware Pottery captures texture from natural…
Medium sized, sandy brown, day flying owl.
Statue of the famous grizzly bear Hercules, who escaped and went on the run during…
Beinn Langais is a prominent hill surrounded by vast areas of peatland, freshwater and…
The Cuckoo is often seen along the fence running along the edge of Ben Risary plantation.
Barpa Langais is a neolithic chambered cairn or tomb.
Balemore Beach and Machair is easily accessible through the village of Balemore.
Pobull is a stone circle situated on the south side of Ben Langass.
The red deer is the fourth largest deer species behind moose, elk (wapiti), and sambar…
There is a walking trail through the woodland where you can enjoy trees and wildlife.
Just enough is as good as a feast (Be happy with what you have)
Tha gu leòr cho math ri cuilm
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