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3-Day Hebrides Tour from Inverness: Isles of Lewis and Harris
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“sea birds” (28 reviews)
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We did visit a sunny and not to windy day. It was worth the drive, a truly beautiful place with the meadows, sea, cliffs, sun and wind.

Thank Magnus J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Having seen how remote the lighthouse was we decided to drive up to the Butt of Lewis to see it. There isn't a lot to see and there are no facilities close by so only spent around 15 minutes here. Lewis does have better sites...More

Thank Gordon R
Reviewed 6 days ago

We wanted to make this drive to see the tip of Lewis. This part of the island is remote and almost desolate as compared to Stornaway and Harris. The lighthouse is typical--set on the windy prominence. Probably wouldn't spend the time to get out if...More

Thank sgphoto
Reviewed 1 week ago

The most North Westerly point of the British Isles (and Europe) did not disappoint us after our 45 minute drive from Stornoway. This is one of very few lighthouses I have seen that is not painted and still in its original brick built condition. It...More

Thank stevetheskier
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our Tour was arranged by Rail Discoveries so by default we had little time here. We stopped we looked and we moved on. This was a fault of the poor scheduling by the tour company. Luckily we had a slight respite from the rain and...More

Thank Malcolm H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well, what can I say, yes it was windy, dry bright and peopleless (no one else around). A perfect way to blow away any existing cobwebs and see the lighthouse. Go and savour it yourself but be careful near the edge of the cliffs as...More

Thank griff2810
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Drove all the way up here and was disappointed to find just one information board about its history. It's unusual as it's still natural bricks and not painted white like other lighthouses I've seen. Stunning setting but no barriers or warnings to protect you from...More

Thank Clachangirl
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We had enough time on our tour of the Isle and hence visited this place. We also were hoping to spot a basking shark! But no avail! However, it does have great views and worth a visit if you have the time! Although if you...More

Thank Sandra S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was well worth the journey. The scenery was really lovely with the craggy cliffs and boiling seas. I know it is in the Guiness Book of records as the windyst place in Britain but on the day that we went it was breezy but...More

Thank Margaret T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Came here on a wet & windy day, thought we would have to watch our step of we'd be in America before you!! But it was ok, great rock formations & sea spray, even the gulls were only walking today!

Thank TreeMen
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