What to Do
Golf - Harris and Lewis
The Hebrides have in excess of 2000 freshwater lochs and a large number of rivers with access to the sea. Beach casting and rock fishing are also excellent. Salmon and Trout fishing is rated amongst the best Scotland has to offer and the cottage is convenient to all.
Stornoway Sea Angling Club
Wildlife and Bird watching
Walking in the Hebrides.
Machair, peat moor, golden beaches, rugged mountains or walking the dramatic coastal fringes, walking in the Hebrides offers all of these and much more.
The Hebridean Islands are also famous for their abundance of wildflowers. Boasting over 1,000 species you can imagine the colour and slendour that carpets the moor and machair. For further information on wildflowers and their seasons click here
Whether you want to take a meander along a deserted beach or go hill walking, the Hebridean landscape is spectacular, the air clean and clear and the sky ever changing and there is always something new to discover. Arrange your walk to go wildlife spotting, look out for otters, golden eagles, red deer even whales and dolphins.
Alternatively if history or archeology take your interest then there are the remote beehive houses in Uig, stone circles, deserted villages, Viking ruins, most sites are mapped out, some easily accessible others offering a challenge but all well worth the walk.
Kyaking and Canoeing
There are many different trips for adventurers in all categories so check out our links and get in touch with a qualified instructor or guide to help you plan or advise you on your Hebridean adventure.