Caladh Inn

11 James Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, The Hebrides, Scotland, HS1 2QN, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stornoway

Stornoway

A travel blog entry by christefercrocu

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bean hear B4 ... sea pre V uss N tree.... stil just az gudd...

The bew tea of the outer hebrides....

A travel blog entry by christefercrocu

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well aff tarr vizit inn stone henge last weak - just had 2 get 2 the outer hebrides & the 2nd most im paw tant stones inn british isles... @ callanish.... stay 'd @ the Caladh hotel just sen tral of stornoway - rooms byt dated... food.. large choy 'se... well cuck 'd etc...buffet style...breky starts earl E @ 0730 ; witch eye orl wayz …

Time for a rest

A travel blog entry by tryan

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... small place. The locals on a whole are friendly, the older generation though can be a little standoffish and reluctant to even say hiya. In Stornoway itself, there is the Lews Castle which was built in the 1840's by Sir James Matheson who worked tirelessly to transform the lot of the local crofters and fisherman. The grounds are extensive with miles of walking tracks which I've explored over the last two days. It's interesting that ...

From the Butt to the other end

A travel blog entry by cbail32

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... can take a whizz. Tourist information signs point out thousand year old ruins and it has a toilet as well. I then meandered my way down the west coast of Lewis stopping every few miles at each attraction. This area has a rich history of Viking invasions, clan wars and general human habitation for thousands of years. Because they used stone to build things the evidence of their existence is still with us. This is pretty cool. The next main stop was the Arnol blackhouse which was ...

Harris, Lewis and Stornoway

A travel blog entry by cbail32

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... up, get the job done kind of ride. Turns out I was wrong, even in the most horrendous weather, the beauty of the countryside stopped me and made me take a few photos. More lochs that went on for ever, more waterfalls, more road kill hedgehogs. So finally I made it into Stornoway. This was the first real town I'd been in since leaving Oban what seemed months ago. Another lovely little town, although maybe not so little, the place was ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 11 James Street, Stornoway, is near Old Course Beaches, An Lanntair Gallery, and Callanish Stones Tearoom.
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