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Loch Roag Guest House has been welcoming guests for almost 20 years since being established in 1999. Located in the heart of the Isle of Lewis & Harris, close to the world famous Callanish Standing Stones, you can gaze at the breath taking mountain and loch views overlooking the waters of Loch Roag whilst enjoying a hearty Hebridean breakfast. Dalmore Beach, one of the best surfing beaches in Britain, is less than a 10 minute drive. Loch Roag Guest House provides traditional Hebridean hospitality; a welcoming and comfortable home from home for visitors to the Isle of Lewis and Harris and the Outer Hebrides. Fàilte to our Hebridean home! 


Family run Guest House

Owned and run by Donald for over 20 years Loch Roag has many local staff and family to help run a friendly and welcoming home from home. Over the years we have welcomed many lovely people and look forward to many more.

Additional info

✓ Check-in times: 4.00pm  (Earliest Arrival/Check-in time) 

✓ Check-out time:  10:00am. (Latest Departure) 

✓ Pets: Unfortunately we do not allow any pets.
✓ Children: Unfortunately we do not accomodate children.
✓ WiFi is available throughout the house

Useful Local Info

  • Please ensure you book your ferry journey asap as they very often get full booked during Peak Season.
  • Remember most visitor attractions and shops are closed on a Sunday
  • There are very few restaurants locally so please plan ahead and ensure you have somewhere booked for dinner.

How to find Loch Roag Guest House

From Stornoway

  • Take the A859 to Tarbert
  • At Leurbost, turn right on to the A858 which leads to Callanish.
  • This road will take you across the moors to the villages of Garynahine, Callanish and Breasclete.
  • Once you reach Breasclete please refer to our road signs on the main double track road.

From Tarbert

  • Take the A859 to Stornoway
  • At Leurbost , turn left on to the A858 which leads to Callanish.
  • This road will take you across the moors to the villages of Garynahine, Callanish and Breasclete.
  • Once you reach Breasclete please refer to our road signs on the main double track road.

The Island of Lewis is the main island in the Western Isles or Outer Hebrides.

The main town, Stornoway, is the terminal for the ferry from Ullapool.

Regular flights by Loganair from Inverness, Glasgow, Edinburgh, London and Manchester arrive at the airport which lies just outside the town. Journey time by air is approximately 30mins from Inverness and 50mins from Glasgow.

The ferry from Ullapool takes 2hrs 40mins while the ferry from Uig (Skye) to Tarbert (Harris) takes 1hr 35mins. 
Booking is advisable and information on timetables and booking proceedures can be found at:
Ferries: Caledonian Macbraynes
Air: Flybe

Loch Roag Guest House is just 2 miles from the Callanish Stones and is centrally located for exploring the Isle of Lewis & the Isle of Harris.

Hebridean Breakfast

Start your day with a delicious home cooked Hebridean breakfast. Our Breakfast menu is filled with local specialities such as Stornoway Black Pudding and locally smoked Kippers. We have a selection of cereals and fruits with dairy and gluten free alternatives.

Opening Times

✓ Breakfast (guests) – 8.00am-9.00am

✓ Evening Dinner Service – 7:00pm

Isle of Lewis & Isle of Harris

Lewis and Harris are actually one land mass and although it is located at the furthest north of the Hebridean Islands it is the most populous island in Scotland. The two main entry points are Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis and Tarbert on the Isle of Harris.

Loch Roag Guest House is located in the village of Breasclete close to the Callanish Stones. Breasclete is centrally located for touring the main attractions and the wider Island. We have the three major attractions of the islands within a 10 min drive.

Lewis & Harris, one of the nation’s favourite islands, exudes the laid back atmosphere you would expect from an island far from the hustle of mainland life. It’s a place where all the family gets to relax and enjoy a peaceful break. There’s a different beach for every day of the week and glorious open spaces to explore. The island has modern-day service and facilities as any other top destination and yet there remains a community fell through the strong cultural connection with the past  – all wrapped up in the most fantastic coastal scenery.


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