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Things to do




The remains of an Iron Age circular broch or Dun are situated 0.5 miles up towards the back of the croft. 

An easy, if perhaps a little boggy on wet days, walk which boasts stunning views towards Taransay.



If you enjoy golf  the Isle of Harris Golf course often described as ‘ One of the world’s finest settings for the game of golf,  is just one miles drive South.



This community enterprise centre lies 1.5 miles north and houses a gallery and also a restaurant An Traigh café bar

There are three Studios attached;
housing two artists -

Joceline Hildrey Illustration 

and Isle of Harris Fine Art 

 the third is a chocolate shop

Perfect for picking up affordable souvenirs!

Isle of Harris Distillery

The Isle of Harris Distillery is situated in the centre of Tarbert.  Drop in for a tour of the distillery and maybe buy a bottle of the much lauded 'Harris Gin'. At the heart of the distillery sits a peat burning fire bringing you the cosy, welcoming atmosphere of a traditional island home.


There are a varied selection of quality gifts for purchase. Entry to the distillery is free with distillery tours costing £15 per adult. Please contact the distillery directly on 01859 502212 or send an email to for further information or to book onto a tour.

St Clements Church

St Clement’s Church has been praised as ‘the grandest medieval building in the Western Isles’, and it’s easy to see why.  The church is always open and entry is free. Wander through the atmospheric rooms and take in the history of centuries gone by.


Many weddings are still held in this enigmatic building and it is well worth a visit.


Challenge: Find the heart shaped stone in the wall surrounding! 


For more info click here 


Northern Lights

The best times to see this awesome display is March, September and October. Though a rare and special sight , if the lights do come out the Bothy is an ideal spot to see them from .


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