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Where to Stay in The Outer Hebrides

Most of the places to stay for tourists in the Outer Hebrides are concentrated in larger towns like Stornoway, but many of the more popular tourist attractions too have some form of lodging at a reachable distance.

Accommodation usually does not encompass fancy luxury or deluxe hotels although there are some small but smart ones around; instead, you’ll find lots of Bed & Breakfasts, inns, lodges, self-catered bungalows, guesthouses, bunkhouses and hostels the last three, in particular, are a good bet for anybody who’s on a mid range budget.

If you really want to go cheap, try camping- places like Stornoway have campsites close to the town, which are open between April and October -- about the only time you can even think of camping- the rest of the year is bitterly cold and often very windy too.

Information on where to stay is available with local Tourist Information Offices, who will also be able to get you reservations; it is, in fact, a good idea to book rooms beforehand, as accommodation can be hard to get at the peak of the tourist season.


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