Eat Drink Hebrides - Lews Castle Storehouse Cafe

Lews Castle, Lews Castle Grounds, Isle Of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, HS2 0XP

Type:Eat Drink Hebrides Trail

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Nestled amongst the opulent ground floor rooms of Lews Castle, the Storehouse Café is the ideal spot to take in the grandeur of your surroundings during your visit. Designed to showcase the incredible vertical views of the turrets, the glass ceiling of the restaurant allows light to flood the spacious room and makes for an incredibly enjoyable dining experience. Proudly serving delicious Starbucks drinks and with a variety of home-baked treats on offer, enjoy a well-deserved coffee break as you ponder the history of the grounds. For a more substantial meal, the Café offers a menu stuffed with mouth-watering, locally-sourced dishes such as the Salmon Taster Board or Scotsman’s Platter, alongside freshly-toasted paninis and healthy specials for lunches with friends. For young explorers, there is plenty to choose from on the well-stocked Kids Menu, including the ‘Kings Dark Dungeon Treat’ or the ‘Knights of the Round Table Pizza’, or why not try the ‘Castle Lunch Box’ where your little ones can pick & mix their own snacks? Whether searching for a new spot to catch up with loved ones, a unique location for a delicious lunch, or a pit-stop for a warming drink, Lews Castle has something for all.
 

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Recent Reviews:

  • Pyjamas1
    Rochdale, United Kingdom
    Great experience
    5 of 5 stars
    1st June 2022
    Visited the fantastic local museum and had a bite to eat in the on site cafe. The museum is small but packed full of information on the local history incl the “ chessmen” . Staff were friendly and... Read full review
  • Mrmccallum-uk
    More than expected
    5 of 5 stars
    16th June 2022
    Most helpful staff and the museum was worth the visit. Well-displayed items and stories. Throughly enjoyed the history revealed including closeups of six Lewis Chessman. Read full review
  • Janet M
    Isle of Lewis, United Kingdom
    school reunion
    5 of 5 stars
    20th June 2022
    We held our 60th School reunion here in June 2022. Almost 80 people attended for pre-dinner drinks, buffet dinner and dance. The staff could not have been more helpful, both beforehand and on the... Read full review

Awards

  • Other AwardsGold Listing Gold Listing 2013
  • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020

Opening Times

Open all year (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)
DayTimes
Monday - Saturday09:30 - 18:00
Sunday11:30 - 05:30

* Winter (first week of November - January). Hours as follows: Monday – Tuesday – 10.30am till 5pm Wednesday – Saturday – 10.30am till 5.30pm Sunday – 11am till 5pm

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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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