Caladh Inn

Address: 11 James Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, The Hebrides, Scotland, HS1 2QN, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 11 James Street, Stornoway, is near Old Course Beaches and An Lanntair Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Stornoway

    A wee jaunt around harris

    A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... the rolling hills. We then drove the Golden road, the most expensive road in history (apparently). It was pretty crazy, right at the southern most part of the island in a very inaccessible area. No wonder it was so expensive I guess. We got to see a Seal colony which was pretty cool. They were chilling on a small outcrop of rocks and started playing in the water when we stopped to watch them. We drove back to stornoway after that and had ...

    The Isle of Lewis

    A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on Jun 25, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the butt of Lewis. We went on a magical jaunt along the cliff tops and took photos while Andy made sheep jokes about New Zealand. Directed at me! I'm the token kiwi on this tour. Everyone else is Australian pretty much. To be fair, the sheep did seem to like me more than everyone else. I got some extreme close ups without really needing to try. Sheep whisperer. After a full on day of walking we headed back to the hostel to find ...

    The Sparks in the Sea

    A travel blog entry by nathan.guyer on May 11, 2015

    3 photos

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    Our final stop, the Isle of Skye awarded us another incredible expression of the friendliness of islanders. Long story short, we arrived with not much going our way, hostels were closed or full, buses were non-existent, hotels were way beyond our young traveler’s budget and the usual great powers of wifi were not offering any positive alternatives. I ended up contacting a friend whose parents live in the village. Her parents came and rescued us from the pier and ...

    Friends for hours

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on May 15, 2014

    1 comment

    ... but I think the view out to sea made it for me. It was spectacular as was the landscape on the bus there. So rugged but beautiful. I personally don't think I could stand to live here. A bit too isolated for my liking but it's lovely to visit. Then I came back to the hostel and got talking to a German girl called Laura. I have met a lot of Germans over the ...

    Harris, Lewis and Stornoway

    A travel blog entry by cbail32 on Oct 07, 2013

    7 photos

    ... me the use of her phone to call the bike hire guy so I wouldn't have to use those horribly expensive mobile phones. She then offered to wash any dirty clothes I had including my bike clothes. I had been seriously thinking of just chucking them. After a day of riding my Lycra doesn't smell to good, after riding in the wet it smells even less good, after riding for 5 days straight and the last 2 in the rain I figured a furnace ...