Grimersta Estate

Grimersta Lodge, Uig, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, HS2 9EJ

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  1. An oval ring now with 5 standing stones, and the remains of a low cairn inside.

    0.76 miles away
  2. Remains of an oval stone ring with 5 standing stones and at least two fallen ones dating…

    1.51 miles away
  3. An outer ring now with 8 standing stones and 5 fallen ones, with an inner group of 4…

    1.58 miles away

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    1.7 miles away
  2. The standing stones of Calanais are the most famous archaeological monument in the Outer…

    1.75 miles away
  3. The Callanish Stones can be found near the village of Callanish in west Lewis just above…

    1.79 miles away
  4. 1.85 miles away
  5. Our largest mammal. Mature males have distinctive antlers.

    3 miles away

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    3.4 miles away
  7. Other points of interest on Bernera and the surrounding land include the bridge, standing…

    4.12 miles away
  8. Large semi-aquatic animal. Very sleek profile in water.

    5.7 miles away
  9. Inspired by the traditional Hebridean summer dwellings or ‘airidhs’. The larch-clad house…

    5.84 miles away
  10. A broch is an iron-aged drystone hollow-walled structure found only in Scotland. Dun…

    7.06 miles away
  11. This is the best preserved and most visited broch in the Outer Hebrides. It occupies a…

    7.06 miles away
  12. Built in 1994, the Pairc Land Raiders monument is dedicated to the memory of the people…

    7.11 miles away
  13. Kinloch Historical Society is located on the main road between Stornoway and Tarbert,…

    7.28 miles away
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