Whitefalls Spa Lodges – Isle of Lewis

The Outer Hebrides are an archipelago of islands on the west coast of Scotland. The most westerly island range in the UK. The Isle of Lewis is the largest island in the Hebrides. The Isles of Lewis and Harris are actually one landmass, separated only by a stream.
Whitefalls Spa Lodges are the perfect location for exploring both the isles of Lewis and Harris.

Breasclete is a crofting village by the shores of Loch Roag on the west coast of the island of Lewis in the Hebrides and is approximately 18 miles from Stornoway the main town on Lewis and 40 miles from Tarbert, the main town on Harris.
Whitefalls Lodges occupy a secluded spot 2 mins walk from the main village and a 5 min drive from the famous Standing Stones at Callanish (Calanais). The lodges are surrounded by stunning views of a spectacular waterfall, lochs, and the Uig and Harris hills.
The lodges are surrounded by an abundance of birdlife and wildlife. Swans, ducks, geese and herons are amongst the frequent visitors to the lochs below the lodges. Golden eagles and red deer roam free over the adjacent moorland and can also often be spotted.
Click here to view stunning pictures of the Hebrides (including the nearby Callanish Standing Stones) featured in the January 2010 edition of National Geographic magazine

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