Fishing rods are a must as you can almost cast a line from the decking to the loch, mackerel abound here in late summer.
There are three fishing estates within an 8 mile radius. We can arrange fishing permits.
Day trips are available to many remote hebridean islands including the world renound heritage site...the island of St Kilda. Cruises leave from Leverburgh (Isle of Harris) and Uig (Isle of Lewis) both within an hours drive. To book a cruise contact www.kildacruises.co.uk or www.seatrek.co.uk please book early to avoid disappointment.
Island Cruising offers wildlife, diving & birdwatching cruises around the islands. St. Kilda is a speciality. Also Monachs and other islands. Boat charters are available for diving.
The ancient and historic Callanish Standing Stones are a must see on any visit to the Isle of Lewis. Some 5000 years old this impressive display comprises of some 50 stones, the tallest of which standing at 4 metres.
The Island of Harris is also home to the famous Harris Tweed. To see Harris Tweed woven traditionally, a visit to the Luskentyre Tweed company is a must and well worth the short 5 minute diversion from the main A859 road which runs through Lewis and Harris.