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Cabarfeidh Hotel
Perceval Road South
Stornoway

Stornoway
Western Isles

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Set within in its own attractive gardens, this modern 3-star hotel is ideally located on the outskirts of Stornoway, just across the road from the golf course leading onto historic Lews Castle grounds. Rightly known as 'Stornoway's finest hotel', the Cabarfeidh (pronounced cab-ar-fay) provides a relaxing base for both business and leisure travellers. It is also bookable for functions or meals in the Solas Restaurant. There’s a diverse range of shops, serving local and tourist needs. Visitor attractions include an excellent museum of local history, the Lewis Loom Centre where you can learn about the history of Harris Tweed and the delightful grounds of Lews Castle.

What matters so much more than bricks and mortar, though, is the warmth of the welcome you'll receive, for the Hebrides has a great tradition of hospitality In addition to 46 excellent guest rooms, the Cabarfeidh has the Outer Hebrides' largest range of versatile function rooms, providing for large conferences, small business meetings, trade shows, retail sales, dances, weddings, clan gatherings and much more.
The hotel is also licensed for weddings.

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