Part of the Outer Hebrides
LEWIS AND HARRIS
The Outer Hebrides or Western Isles are a chain of 15 inhabited (and many more uninhabited) islands off the north west coast of Scotland, stretching from Vatersay in the south to Lewis in the north. The isles of Lewis and Harris are one island and this is the largest in the Outer Hebrides.
Arivruaich is 5 miles north of the border on Lewis and has magnificent views of the Harris Hills, Loch Seaforth and the Eiskean Estate.
THE HEBRIDEAN WAY
The Hebridean Way is a walking and cycle route that stretches the length of the Outer Hebrides across 10 islands, 6 causeways and two ferry crossings. The walking route covers 156 miles while the cycle route is part of the national cycle network and covers 185 miles.
Arivruaich is located along the route between Scaladale and Balallan,
These islands are famous for their spectacular scenary, fresh air and warm welcomes. Come and experience the miles and miles of pristine beaches, taste the fantastic local produce and enjoy the generous hospitality of the Outer Hebrides.
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
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Visit Outer Hebrides - Tourist Information for the Outer Hebrides
Hebridean Way - Walking and cycle route through the Hebrides
Bespoke - Bicycle hire, repair and cafe, Stornoway
Arnol Blackhouse - Traditional Hebridean house
Callanish Standing Stones - Prehistoric standing stones
Harris Distillery - Isle of Harris Distillers
An Lanntair - Arts centre, cinema and restaurant