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Butt of Lewis Lighthouse

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6-Day Outer Hebrides and Isle of Skye Tour from Edinburgh
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great place to see. The day we went unfortunately it was a wild windy wet day. But just looking at the stone at the base of the light house and the power of the sea crashing against the stones was awe inspiring.

Thank Angelgirl61
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the most Northerly part of Lewis and well worth visiting on your tour of Lewis. It is quite daunting when you realise that when looking west over the Atlantic that the next landfall is Canada. There are spectacular sea cliffs and a really...More

Thank fraserfritz
Reviewed 1 week ago

We rode up to the Butt of Lewis to make sure we had covered most of the island and were so glad we did - the coastline here is stunning, the colours of the water were amazing. It is well worth the time spent travelling...More

Thank ROAMINGSCOT55
Reviewed 1 week ago

We parked at Eoropie beach by the play park and walked up the road to the lighthouse then back along the cliffs. We thoroughly recommend it! The cliffs are craggy and rocky and we saw seals down below in the shallows. The lighthouse is interesting,...More

Thank Annie G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Welcome to the windiest place on the island. Breath taking views, well worth the visit, coastal walks there too. Lighthouse not accessible. Keep well back from the cliff edges, makes your heart stop! Small beach also on the way there well worth a visit.

Thank Cassie1720
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited the lighthouse with the kids who loved seeing the lighthouse up close. We did stand well back as the cliff drops are very steep with no fences which is quite scary. Just beside the light house there is an amazing little beach cove...More

Thank caleblake
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A long drive up the west coast of Lewis passing through many little villages along the way. From Stornoway up, there was only one small petrol station which was closed so make sure before you leave Stornoway that you have enough petrol for the journey....More

Thank Lee T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The road to the lighthouse has spectacular little beaches, stunning scenery and great wildlife. As such, the lighthouse itself - which is closed off to the public isn't that interesting,

Thank Frewba
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Quiet a long drive to the Windiest part of Lewis. Butt of Lewis lighthouse stood very impressively on the cliff edge. It would have been good if we could have seen into some of the previous lighthouse keepers accommodation area, just to get a sense...More

Thank LisaCameron37
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely place to visit. Would be very wild in bad weather but spectacular. Good parking. A tea shop would have been a welcoming sight. Loads of people and nowhere to get a drink or snack/

Thank alitomcatwhitelinen
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