A grand day (or 7) out
Get the most out of your island stay by trying some of these great activities and places. Click here for a clearer image.
Please also click here out this great website for so much more.
|Where?||What is it?||Web me…|
|Blackhouse & Whitehouse Arnol||A look back at the way we used to live on the island.||Click|
|Whalebone Arch||The giant jawbone of a whale washed up many years ago on the Bay in Bragar||Click|
|Norse Mill & Kiln||How the Norse settlers lived on these islands||Click|
|Shawbost Pool||A small pool but great for a dip||Click|
|Gearannan Black Houses||A fantastic village in the style of old crofting communities and tea rooms||Click|
|Dun Carloway Broch||Old fortified remains of clan living||Click|
|Calanais Standing Stones||World famous stones, the UKs biggest||Click|
|Butt of Ness Lighthouse||As heard on BBC Radio 4 shipping forecast. Learn about how these installations continue to protect our coasts.||Click|
|An Lanntair Arts Centre||A great place for lunch and dinner including art exhibitions and cinema||Click|
|Woodland Centre||Great for local shopping and dining and walking in the Castle grounds.||Click|
|Clach an Truiseil||Marvel at a solo standing stone.||Click|
|Isle of Great Bernera||Fantastic beaches to explore.||Click|
|Stornoway Museum||Learn about the Uig Chessmen and the history of our island||Click|
|Stornoway Golf Course||Get 19 holes in at this great course||Click|
|Paint a Pot & Bear Grill||One for the youngsters and budding artists alike||Click|
|10 Pin Bowling||STRIKE. Give it a go for a bit of fun!||Click|
Some other “don’t miss” items for the agenda…
Don’t miss these other great venues:
- Stornoway Fish Smokers
The best in smoked fish from the freshest of seas
- Charles MacLeod – Stornoway Black Pudding Fame
In our opinion the best black, white and fruit pudding on the island. You have to try it, then take it home with you!
- Brue Highlanders
Prime beef for your table top from the cows that live next door!
Browse the great food and try the best home baking!
- Loch Croistean (pronounced croyst-chin)
Great food and events venue in the Uig area