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CROFT STYLE BED & BREAKFAST

A CROFT STYLE B&B

A warm welcome awaits you at Westend B and B in Achmore on the Isle of Lewis, a scenic location overlooking moorland, hills and lochs with golden eagles overhead and stunning beaches near by.

Centrally Located

Westend is centrally located in the Isle of Lews and is only a 30 minute to the famous Isle of Harris. This is an ideal overnight stop for cyclists on the Hebridean Way between Tarbert and Callanish. Also for walkers on the Hebridean Way between Laxay and Stornoway. By car Westend is nine miles from the port of Stornoway and the enigmatic Callanish Stones. An hour’s drive will take you to the Butt of Lewis, the amazing beaches at Reef and Ardroil in Uig and the Iron Age house at Bosta, Great Bernera. The Iron Age broch and the Gearrannan Thatched House village are a short drive away. Westend is in a crofting township looking out over the majestic hills of Harris, a vista of stunning moorland and sparkling trout lochs. Maggie and Hamish look forward to welcoming you at Westend.

OUR ROOMS

Pick one of our cosy rooms for your stay with us.

moorland double room

Moorland

Sleeps 2

£70/night
cyclists rest twin room

Cyclists Rest

Sleeps 2

£70/night
village double/family room
newly built in 2019

Double Room

Sleeps 2

£70/night
croft twin room
newly built in 2019

Twin Room

Sleeps 2

£70/night

SANDY BEACHES

The beautiful beaches on the Isle of Lewis and the Isle of Harris are reguarly voted among the most beautiful beaches in the world. And the best is, they are only a short drive away...

CYCLIST & WALKER FACILITIES

Westend Achmore is an ideal overnight stop for cyclists on the Hebridean way between Tarbert and Callanish. offering bike racks, kitchen and drying facilities. Also for walkers on the Hebridean Way, Westend is 100 metres off the path going through Achmore, on the Laxay to Stornoway section of the walk. A Pop up Tea Stop will be available at Westend between 12-4pm from May to September.

PEACEFUL PARADISE

Westend in a stunning vista of moorland, overlooking sparkling lochs and a cracking view of the Harris and Uig hills

ABOUT US

Magaidh is a native Gaelic speaker from the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland a tour guide, researcher and Bed and Breakfast host. Hamish hung up his sea boots and dropped anchor in Achmore. He worked on fishery protection vessels of Labrador and in South Georgia.

Maggie is a treasure trove of Gàidhlig culture. Take time to chat and you will get a feel for crofting and island living. Great location to see all that Lewis has to offer.
Sharon
Adventurer

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