Eat Drink Hebrides - Vatersay Hall Cafe

Vatersay Community Hall, Isle of Vatersay, Outer Hebrides, HS9 5YW

Type:Eat Drink Hebrides Trail

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About

A warm welcome to Vatersay, the most south  westerly inhabited island of the Hebrides and the start of the Hebridean Way.

Vatersay Hall and Cafe, is a Community enterprise, owned and run by the community. It has grown over the years, with a lot of hard work, to what it is today. A Community Hall, which is used by the Community for dances, parties, weddings, craft days and Summer Ceilidhs during July and August.

The Cafe which is very popular and open April – September, offers simple tasty fare to locals and . visitors alike. Homemade soup, toasties, sandwiches, scones, cakes,tea, coffee,soft drinks. Burgers and fries are available during high summer.

Map & Directions

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Awards

  • Other AwardsSilver Listing Silver Listing 2013
  • Other AwardsEat Drink Hebrides Trail Eat Drink Hebrides Trail 2019
  • Other AwardsHebridean Way Pit Stop Hebridean Way Pit Stop 2019
  • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020

Opening Times

Open April - September (1 Apr 2021 - 30 Sept 2021)

* Monday to Saturday: 11:00 - 16:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 15:00

What's Nearby

  1. A monument in memory of those lost in the Annie Jane maritime disaster in 1853.

    0.18 miles away
  2. Vatersay is the southernmost inhabited island in the Outer Hebrides. It is now linked to…

    0.22 miles away
  3. The wreck of an RAF Catalina seaplane that tragically crashed on the hill killing three…

    0.52 miles away
  1. Coeloglossum viride

    When heading uphill towards Eorisdale, look out for this easily…

    0.54 miles away
  2. The Field Gentian (Gentianella Campestris) on Vatersay is home to the largest display on…

    0.54 miles away
  3. Neolithic people settled here around 4000 BC and built an artificial platform behind a…

    1.53 miles away
  4. This medieval castle was the seat of the Clan Macneil. Built in the 15th century it was…

    2.52 miles away
  5. Our Lady, Star of the Sea, designed by G. Woulfe Brenan and completed in 1888, is perched…

    2.52 miles away
  6. Award winning Bunting Project bringing people together with connections to Barra and…

    2.59 miles away
  7. Kisimul Castle sits on a rocky islet just off the coast of Barra at Castlebay

    2.6 miles away
  8. The basking SHark (Cetorhinus Maximus) is one of the largest fish seen in the waters…

    3.02 miles away
  9. Heaval is the highest point on the Isle of Barra at 383 metres

    3.68 miles away
  10. This is the only standing stone of any size still erect on Barra.

    4.04 miles away
  11. This site was investigated by Channel 4's Time Team in May 2007. Amongst other remains, a…

    4.4 miles away
  12. A path leads into the interior of Barra with views over Heaval, the islands highest peak.…

    5 miles away
  13. Eryngium maritimum
    A new colony of a plant that is very rare in the Outer Hebrides

    5.15 miles away
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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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