Cabuzana Bed and Breakfast

Accommodation in North Lewis


Here are some links that you may find useful when planning your holiday to the Western Isles.

Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries–Information on destinations, timetables & fares, etc, for the CalMac Hebridean and Clyde ferry fleet - http://www.calmac.co.uk/

Loganair-Information on destinations, timetables, fares, online booking, etc for Loganair Airline, including flights to and from Stornoway - http://www.loganair.co.uk

Outer Hebrides Tourism-Outer Hebrides Tourism is a Community Interest Company and exists to develop, promote and sustain the tourism industry in the Outer Hebrides - http://www.visitouterhebrides.co.uk/

VisitScotland–Scotland’s National Tourism Organisation - http://www.visitscotland.com/

Welcome to Scotland-Useful information on travel, accommodation, attractions and activities throughout Scotland - http://www.welcometoscotland.com

Willkommen in Schottland- http://www.willkommeninschottland.com

Comunn Eachdraidh Nis (Ness Historical Society)–A fully accredited museum packed with artefacts and information reflecting the history, culture and genealogy of the North Lewis area - http://www.eachdraidhnis.org

Sporsnis–A recreation centre, in Ness, providing excellent facilities including a gymnasium, swimming pool and the only tenpin bowling alleys in the Western Isles - http://www.sporsnis.co.uk/

Eoropie Dunes Park-A multi award-winning play park, in a natural machair setting, close to the village of Eoropie and conveniently located for both the Eoropie Tearoom and the Butt of Lewis - http://gain-ness.co.uk/eoropie-dunes-park/

Loch Stiapabhat Local Nature Reserve–Situated on the main bird migration route to and from the Arctic, the loch attracts a huge diversity of migrant and vagrant bird species - http://www.cne-siar.gov.uk/lochstiapabhat/index.htm

Borgh Pottery–A wide selection of high quality ceramics are on offer – all of them produced by the proprietor - http://www.borghpottery.com/

Calanais Visitor Centre–No visit to the Western Isles is complete without a visit to the world-famous Standing Stones of Callanish (or Calanais, to give it its Gaelic name) - http://www.callanishvisitorcentre.co.uk

Harris Tweed–The website of the official guardian of Harris Tweed provides information on all aspects of the iconic fabric - http://www.harristweed.org/

An Lanntair–A modern arts and cultural centre situated in the town of Stornoway - http://www.lanntair.com/

Hebridean Celtic Festival-A hugely popular international music festival that takes place in Stornoway in July annually - http://www.hebceltfest.com/

Breanish Tweed-A Lewis-based family business that produces high-quality lightweight tweeds - http://www.breanishtweed.co.uk

Tiger Textiles-A wide range of beautiful art and craft work produced by the proprietor, award-winning, talented local artist/designer, Alison Macleod - http://www.tigertextiles.moonfruit.com/