Isles of Harris and Lewis
It is said that the Outer Hebrides were formed from the bones of a giant who terrorised the western coast of Scotland. He was slain by a young man whose bride he had stolen. The land formed was blessed with a rare beauty, stunning peaks tumble to still deserted silver beaches, lochs nestle beneath breathtaking crags and remain the home of a multitude of wildlife and a thousand species of wild flowers.
Caladh Inn, 3 Star
Tel: 01851 702740
11 James St, Stornoway HS1 2QN
Owned by the same family for over 20 years, the warmest of welcomes awaits at this very friendly hotel, located in the heart of Stornoway. Lift.
Wednesday 24 June 4 Days £420
Single Supplement £51. Insurance £25
(includes Insurance Premium Tax at 20%)
3 Nights Dinner, Bed and Breakfast, Return Ferry Crossing to Stornoway. Two Days Guided Tours. Soup and Sandwich lunch in Inverness on Day 1.
DAY 1 We travel to Inverness for lunch and then to Ullapool to catch the late afternoon ferry to Stornoway, arriving in our hotel in time for dinner.
DAY 2 Today we enjoy a guided tour of the island’s fantastic scenery. Lewis is the largest and most populated of the Western Isles although it remains refreshingly unspoilt. We will visit the famous Callanish Stones which rank only second to Stonehenge, the Black House at Arnol and Shawbost.
DAY 3 Our guided excursion today takes us round Harris, known for its sandy beaches like Luskentyre and Scarista on the west coast and for rugged mountains in the North. The Isle of Harris is linked by road to the Isle of Lewis and the drive passes some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in the UK.
DAY 4 We will have the morning free in Stornoway, time to stock up on the best Black Pudding! We then catch the afternoon ferry back to Ullapool and make our way homeward. Arriving home late evening.