County Hotel

12-14 Francis Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, The Hebrides, Scotland, HS1 2XB, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $149.00

Travel Blogs from Stornoway

Isle of Lewis, Stornaway

A travel blog entry by peebee6


... warm rock, he walked on, looking for what was to be the site at the end of this walk, bee-hive structures.... Mmm... Could not make head or tails of these!! One of those use your imagination here!! We sat and had our lunch literally in the middle of nowhere. He loved the walk, I was not so in love!! Over the 6 days on the isles we did quite a few walks, they were all very different, and all wonderful. Another we did was a coastal one that Monty Hall had in ...

Where does Harris end and Lewis start?

A travel blog entry by jaq-wil


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Next day we drove north in better weather through what looked like a lunar landscape - rocky and barren. We were heading for a campsite at Uig Sands, Ardroil, (yes, another Uig . . . I wonder what it means as there seems to be many Uigs up there). Not sure when it happened but we crossed into Lewis at some point. ...

Dinner for 3.

A travel blog entry by lisaajane


... fire and talked to them for a while before walking back through the water
with no shoes on. It was that sunny.It’s incredible to think that it was wet and gloomy up North
this morning, yet it’s sunny and dry here.When I was walking back to my little spot on the hill, I
walked past a couple with a dog in a camper made from an old currier van. Small
but nice. I got talking to ...

From the Butt to the other end

A travel blog entry by cbail32


... house that someone wanted to charge me £5 to look inside. To add to my consternation there was a bus load of old people there. So I skipped that one and moved on, next stop was a Norse mill and kiln. This involved a walk to get to so prevented the old people getting there and it was free and probably better than the Arnol Blackhouse. So once again I was in the middle of nowhere, all by myself looking at some pretty cool stuff from hundreds of years ago. Next stop was ...

Outer Hebrides- Isle of Lewis

A travel blog entry by eric.suzy


... on the island is visible today- stone circles, monoliths, and cairns more than 5000 years old! While the exact history of these early inhabitants remains largely unknown, other early visitors to the Island include the Vikings/Norsemen, early Irish Celtic people, and missionaries. Our tour took in the best of the old and the new as we learned about this wonderful ancient land.

As we drove out of Stornoway, ...

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This hotel, located on 12-14 Francis Street, Stornoway, is near Old Course Beaches, An Lanntair Gallery, and Callanish Stones Tearoom.
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