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Isle of Lewis
Outer Hebrides
HS2 0LH

Tel: 01851 820610

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  1. Gress Raiders Memorial

    Memorial erected to signify the land raid in Gress

    0.63 miles away
  2. Gress Lodge Corn Mill

    Gress Lodge Corn Mill

    Corn mill, Gress, 19th and early 20th century. The roofless ruin of a complex and...

    1.47 miles away
  3. Coll Beach

    Beautiful beach approximately five miles from Stornoway. Suitable for walking,...

    1.91 miles away
  1. Braighe

    Lovely flat beach in Point just 3 miles from Stornoway.

    5.63 miles away
  2. St Columbus Church (Eaglais na h-Aoidhe)

    Eaglais na h-Aoidhe (Church of the Eye, or isthmus) was the principal church of medieval...

    5.64 miles away
  3. Peter May Trilogy - Barvas Moor Shieling

    In "The Blackhouse", this shieling on the Barvas moor, marks place where Fin's parents'...

    5.65 miles away
  4. War Memorial

    5.76 miles away
  5. Clach Ghlas

    Clach Ghlas

    Clach Ghlas (NF 5281 3340) is an enigmatic triangular standing stone 1.7 metres high,...

    5.81 miles away
  6. Dursainean Chambered Cairn

    This communal burial tomb would have been an important highly visible monument of the...

    5.83 miles away
  7. Made in the Outer Hebrides: Art, Craft & History Guide

    A handy pocket sized guide to galleries and retail outlets where visual art and craft,...

    6.09 miles away
  8. Peter May Trilogy - Police Station

    The police station is where Detective Fin Macleod is based on his return to the island,...

    6.19 miles away
  9. Museum and Archive for the Outer Hebrides

    The Museum and Archive has recently opened at Lews Castle, Stornoway. Exhibitions will...

    6.24 miles away
  10. Tiumpan Head

    Tiumpan Head is located at the far eastern end of the Eye peninsula on Lewis

    6.24 miles away
  11. Lews Castle

    Built in 1847, by Sir James Matheson, following his purchase of the Isle of Lewis.

    6.24 miles away
  12. Gaelic for Sailors - Colours

    Gaidhlig (Gaelic in English and pronounced gaalic not gaylic) remains the majority...

    6.27 miles away
  13. Vikings and the Lords of the Isles Part II

    In 1263, King Haakon IV of Norway attempted to regain control of the Hebrides and Argyll...

    6.27 miles away
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