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An Lanntair Gallery

Kenneth Street, Stornoway HS1 2DS, Scotland
+44 1851 703307
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Smallish Gallery

Quite a small gallery, however interesting and changing features. When I visited it was a joint... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Fantastic place to eat

Recently spent 4 nights in Stornoway and ate at An Lanntair several times .Great menu reasonably... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Devon, United Kingdom
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“arts centre” (11 reviews)
“harris tweed” (11 reviews)
“great venue” (4 reviews)
Kenneth Street, Stornoway HS1 2DS, Scotland
+44 1851 703307
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Reviewed yesterday

Quite a small gallery, however interesting and changing features. When I visited it was a joint Scottish and Canadian artists being featured. The Centre is a very good and interesting place, you could spend several hours in the centre and even take in a film,...More

Thank Brian50Edmonton
Reviewed yesterday

Recently spent 4 nights in Stornoway and ate at An Lanntair several times .Great menu reasonably priced and the sweet potato chips are to die for !! Very interesting exhibitions on show especially the Barra bunting. Excellent selection of local books and gifts and a...More

Thank Robiehebe
Reviewed 5 days ago

Stopped by this place the morning after we arrived on the island. We were initially drawn in by the "Currently Showing" pictures displayed outside, only to find that this information was months out of date. We did have a brief browse around some of the...More

Thank PackageMonkey
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We ate here twice during a three day stay on Lewis/ Harris. Great food with amazing views. The staff were lovely and couldn't do enough for us. It's a really nice place to sit and watch the world go by. It also has Exhibition and...More

Thank pado21
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Wandered in here one evening to have food thinking gallery space would be closed. Gallery still open and some great quality art in there. The food was delicious (especially the Daal) and the whole space just had good vibes and was obviously well used by...More

Thank Minnie P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great place to visit. There is a cinema, cafe with a varied choice and fab views across the harbour and a lovely gift shop

Thank valerieg961
Reviewed 16 April 2017

busy place, tables could have done with a good clean. Enjoyed lunch, stood ages at the bar , plenty staff but looked like training was getting done . Disappointed not to hear any GAELIC spoken.......do any Gaelic speakers work here ??

Thank cbeag
Reviewed 11 April 2017

It's easy to mistake this place for a local arts club, but the cafe upstairs may well be the best place to eat in town. Not just for the food, which is tasty and excellent value, but for the view over the harbour, unmatched downtown....More

Thank Tony A
Reviewed 22 January 2017

Very good coffee simple snack menu friendly helpful staff nice seating area overlooking the harbor second time we have visited here

Thank Robin G
Reviewed 23 November 2016

The food here is fantastic. We went with a friend recently and we really enjoyed the food however, don't go if you want fine dining, it's more pub grub which we also love.

Thank CharlotteJo1986
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