Cabarfeidh Hotel

Perceval Road South, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, The Hebrides, Scotland, HS1 2EU, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stornoway

Time for a rest

A travel blog entry by tryan


... have recently started a campaign to promote natural fauna in the grounds which have been invaded by rhododendrons. We in Australia want to rid our landscape of spiny broom and hawthorn hedge and the scots want it back! I had planned to hike the Coastal Walk along the north west coast but the weather has been pretty bad. The local tourist board advised against it too which at the time I thought was rubbish, however, after walking back ...

From the Butt to the other end

A travel blog entry by cbail32


... rock formations as well. Whilst here my morning coffee was ready to leave so I tried to find a private spot to micturate, once again there are no trees or toilets. So I snuck behind a rock wall and did a wee on the Butt. That made me giggle all day. Some day I'll find some maturity, but on this day I peed on Lewis's Butt. Toilets, why are there none in Scotland? Even kids playgrounds don't have them. Cafés advertise them as one of their main attractions, delicious food ...

Harris, Lewis and Stornoway

A travel blog entry by cbail32


... the steeper sections. You know you're getting up high when they have snow depth markers on the side of the road. The descent down the other side had its moments as well, as the road snaked around the mountains I would sometimes be riding into the wind. The rain felt like needles on my face, I've had the same sensation when on a motorbike in the rain but never on a push bike. I figured this was going to be a no photo ride, just a head ...

Berneray to Harris and almost Hushinish

A travel blog entry by cbail32


... to pedal down the hills. I had heard something similar about the wind in the Hebrides but had thought it an exaggeration, it's not. On the map the road hugs the coast so I assumed it would be relatively flat, it's not. It has those hills that look like they're about to end then the next corner reveals another 500 metres of uphill and so on. It was soul sapping stuff. I started walking some of the uphills as my legs were stuffed. I stopped at a bus shelter ...


A travel blog entry by scribble_kitty


... Well it keeps you awake :p Today we went to the Callandish Standing Stones. I had been looking forward to them. They are older than Stone Henge and you can touch them!! The view around the stones was to die for. I can only image how it looked a thousand years ago. With nothing to see but the landscape and maybe their homes in the distance. It was a good archeo day for me today, as we headed to a Broch afterwards!! I think I was the only person who cared ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Perceval Road South, Stornoway, is near Old Course Beaches, Carloway Broch, An Lanntair Gallery, and Callanish Stones Tearoom.
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