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Details & Reviews (0)The Good Food Boutique
Catering, Delicatessen, Provisions, Takeaway Food, Yacht Hampers
The Good Food Boutique
The Good Food Boutique was established in 2010 by local foodie Emma Campbell-Macleod. The business is primarily a Delicatessen, specialising in hand made artisan products but also covers a much wider market of high quality food items for the real foodies as well as a selection of whole foods.
In addition, The Good Food Boutique offers a selection of catering options such as canapes for weddings, exhibitions, parties or work functions as well as a simpler working lunch of sandwiches and/or salads. We also can make you an original cheese board or "cake of cheese" decorated to your theme for that special occasion to serve instead of or even alongside the more traditional fruit cake, providing any biscuits and accompaniments as required.

Address: The Good Food Boutique, 59-61 Cromwell Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS12DD

Phone: 01851 701394 - Website - Map
Bike Sales/Hire, Boat Hire
Bike Hebrides
Bike and Kayak Hire.
From an afternoon exploring the ancient Callanish stones to an exciting trail ride through the Harris hills, being on a bike is a great way of enjoying the islands. We now have a small fleet of sit-top Kayaks, so once you're done playing on terrafirma why not take to the seas to explore our magnificent coastline, who knows what you might find.

Address: Bike Hebrides, 6 Sand Strand Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS12UE

Phone: 07775 943355 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)STS - Stornoway Taxis and Courier Service
Taxi
Your comfort and safety is our goal. Punctuality is a given. We realise the value of customer service and understand that if we do not look after you, then you will choose somebody else to. We want you to become a "regular" and join the many customers for whom "STS" has become a bye-word for reliability and service. All our drivers are DISCLOSURE SCOTLAND verified/certified. Our 24/7 pledge We are staffed 24/7 and pledge to answer every call quickly and efficiently. Morning, 'noon and night.

Address: Stornoway Taxis and Courier Service, 7 Bells Rd, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS12QT

Phone: 01851 704444 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Decca Restaurant
Restaurants
Expect hearty portions prepared with respect and love often accompanied by Pete on the grand piano.
All our food is sourced as locally and as ethically as possible. We have a kitchen garden and, in season, regularly serve our own potatoes, onions, spinach, carrots, parsnips, kale, herbs and courgettes. We also grow edible flowers. We source an excellent range of freshly caught fish and meat which is usually slowly and gently roasted or braised to create succulant tender tasty dishes in a traditionally Scottish manner.
We aim to please and (with advance notice) are happy to cater for your dietary needs. Most dishes can for example, be made gluten free.
The Decca is not licensed but you are welcome to bring your own wine or beer and we are happy to provide glasses. We sell a small range of non-alchoholic drinks available to purchase.
Evening meals must be booked in advance and we will discuss the menu in advance as we do not generally offer a choice.

Address: The Decca Restaurant, Lionel, Isle of Lewis, HS20XB

Phone: 01851 810571 - Email - Website - Map
Provisions
Stag Bakeries
The Scottish island bakery that supplies delicious biscuits to the world.
Stag’s baking heritage on the beautifully unspoilt Outer Hebridean island of Lewis stretches back to 1885 and although our bakery is now modern, many things have not changed since those early days.
Skilled people, attention to detail, traditional recipes and time honoured methods are still at the heart of this artisan bakery and it shows in our products. Only the finest ingredients and lots of care go into our biscuits and cakes and nothing is rushed. Both our people and our doughs are given all the time they need to develop naturally, growing in flavour and character through the process.

Address: Stag Bakeries Ltd, 8 Cannery Road, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS1 2SF

Phone: 01851 702733 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07548465542 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)John M Piris & Sons Ltd
Marine Surveyors

Address: John M Piris & Sons Ltd, 33 Main Street. Suite 4, Gibraltar

Phone: 00350 20073171 - Email - Map
Accommodation
The Decca is a converted radio navigation station. We have created comfortable bedrooms and offer superior home cooked meals using fresh local produce.
Food and music - We are proud to offer high quality evening meals and music to guests and non-residents. Special summer evenings include informal talks, traditional Scottish music and Hebridean tasting meals.

Address: The Decca B&B, Lionel, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0XB

Phone: 01851 810571 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Woodlands Centre
Visitor Attractions

Address: Woodlands Centre, Lews Castle Grounds, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0XP

Phone: 01851 706916 - Email - Website - Map
Food Delivery, Takeaway Food

Address: Pronto Pizzas, 7 Bank Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS12XG

Phone: 01851 700070 - Website - Map
Chandlery, Provisions
Engebret Ltd is much more than just a filling station. Behind the Filling station exterior lies a shop that offers locals and visitors much more in the form of food, clothing, sporting goods etc, etc.

Address: Sandwick Road, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS1 2SL

Phone: 01851 702 303 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07900 605 405 - Map
Accommodation, Launderette
Heb Hostel is a family run 4 star Backpackers Hostel in the centre of Stornoway, 5 minutes walk from the harbour.
The Hostel has 3 shared dormitories and a family dorm, hot showers, a self catering kitchen, a common room with peat fire, free wi-fi, a large garden with bbq hut, bike shed and drying room. As well as the hostel dormitories, we have a cosy Shepherds Hut in the garden which sleeps 2 in a double bed and 1 basic double ensuite room. We also have facilities available to non-residents such as Toilet and Shower facilities and a Coin-Operated Laundry.
Our establishment is clean, safe, friendly and relaxed and we look forward to welcoming you here.

Address: Heb Hostel, 25 Kenneth St, Stornoway, HS1 2DR

Phone: 01851 709889 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (1)Stornoway Port Authority Marina
Marinas
A favourite destination for those sailing to the Outer Hebrides and exploring the islands by boat, Stornoway is the largest harbour in the Outer Hebrides. Stornoway port is well sheltered and easy to access at all states of the tide for vessels up to a maximum length of 24 metres and 3m draft in all weather conditions. The 80-berth marina provides a safe haven for island hoppers and day sailors, and with the marina located in a secure area right in the heart of the tow. With toilets, showers and laundry facilities available quayside, there is fresh water readily available on the pontoons along with shore power and Wi-Fi.
The Marina lies right in the heart of the town centre, which provides ample opportunity to explore the culture and tradition of Lewis that makes it so unique today. As the major settlement in the islands, Stornoway has all you would expect in a bustling coastal town, including a variety of restaurants, supermarkets, etc. Transport links can take visitors to see the most iconic attractions and activities that gained this island the accolade of being voted Europe’s top island by Tripadvisor in 2014.

Address: Stornoway Port Authority Marina, Esplanade Quay, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS1 2XS

Phone: 01851 702688 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Stornoway Fishermans Co-op
Chandlery, Deckware, Fishing Tackle, Inflatable Boats, Liferafts & Lifejackets, Marine Clothing, Marine Electronic Equipment, Marine Safety Equipment, Online Chandlers, Outboards, Watersports Equipment, Wetsuits
We are Stornoway’s foremost suppliers of fishing, sailing and water sports equipment. In our shop on Stornoway Harbour we stock a huge range of products from workwear to inflatable boats. Whether you are looking for engine oil or a wetsuit, if it’s nautical based we’ll have it.
You can reserve any of the items seen online for collection in store and if you can’t find what you’re looking for give us a call on 01851 702 563.

Address: Stornoway Fishermans Co-op Ltd, King Edward Wharf, Stornoway, HS1 2XT

Phone: 01851 702 563 - Email - Website - Map
Entertainment, Gift Shops, Retail Outlets, Wifi
Tech Mobile
We stock a variety of Laptops, PC's, Games Consoles, Games, MP3 players, iPads and accessories, Mobile Phones, Chargers, Sim Cards, Top-ups, International Calling Cards and much more.
I.T Services
From our Shop on Bayhead in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis we travel all over the Western Isles covering from the Butt of Lewis in the North, down through Harris and through the Uists to the Isle of Barra in the south.

Address: Tech Mobile, 17 Bayhead, Stornoway, HS12DU

Phone: 01851 700178 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Stornoway Smokehouse
Provisions
The Stornoway Smokehouse
We are one of the leading producers of traditionally slow cured smoked salmon in the world, based in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland.
As an artisan producer, we craft small amounts of our double Scottish smoked salmon for our discerning customers who appreciate its multi layered complexity and lingering subtleties. This splendid smoked fish, which was once seen as a luxury item, can be used in many recipes, from soup to sushi, as well as enjoyed on its own, or accompanied by a number of sides.
We are the heirs to 150 years of smoking tradition, located in Stornoway, on the Scottish Hebridean Isle of Lewis, the old centre of the herring industry. We are the last who smoke our own salmon in a seasoned brick kiln over smouldering embers, whilst using our own unique recipe. This allows the salmon to cure slowly over four to five days, as was the Stornoway way, rather than the more usual one day which prevails now.
The methods we use can greatly curtail our production, but it enhances the quality of our products.

Address: The Stornoway Smokehouse, Shell Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS12BS

Phone: 01851 702723 - Email - Website - Map
Gift Shops, Something Special
Wool 4 Ewe
Wool 4 Ewe is situated on Church Street in Stornoway. I stock many well known brands, and our local Wool, Haberdashery and cross stitch kits.

Address: Wool 4 Ewe, 36 Kenneth Street, Stornoway, HS1 2DH

Phone: 01851 700959 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Charles Macleod
Provisions
Charles Macleod
Charles Macleod Ltd is a family business that stretches back over seven decades - our ongoing success has been built on two firmly established principles: top quality meat with excellent customer service and attention to detail. With the wholesome richness of the island pastures and an environment that very few can surpass, our meat is consistently of the highest order. We know all our suppliers personally, so you can rely that we only ever use the best products around.
Multi award winning, including seven Great Taste Awards from the Guild of Fine Foods, our Stornoway Black Pudding is made with Scottish oatmeal to give a unique texture and the moist deep flavour is a result of high quality ingredients and fine balance of seasoning. Essential in a traditional breakfast or perfect accompaniment to a range of savoury ingredients such as scallops, chicken, beef and pork.

Address: Charles Macleod, Ropework Park,Matheson Road, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS12LB

Phone: 01851 702445 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Calanais Visitor Centre
Accommodation, Cafes, Corporate Events, Gift Shops, Something Special, Visitor Attractions
Calanais Visitor Centre
The west coast of Lewis, the most northerly island in the Outer Hebrides, is rich in prehistoric remains, and no visitor to the island need ever lack for an interesting place to visit or something fascinating to see. The magnificent Standing Stones of Callanish (or Calanais, which is the Gaelic version) are famous worldwide. No matter what the weather is like and however many visitors are present, these ancient stones have an enigmatic, magical quality that never fails to move. Whatever inspired their construction, all agree that the experience of visiting the Standing Stones of Calanais is not one to be missed.

Address: Calanais Visitor Centre, Calanais, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, HS2 9DY

Phone: +44 1851 621422 - Website - Map
Cafes, Gift Shops, Something Special, Takeaway Food, Yacht Hampers
Delights
When in Stornoway, take the opportunity to visit Delights and sample the finest selection of local and award-winning foods.
At the heart of the community, the shop is renowned for serving the best coffee in town, complemented by excellent home baking. Whether you browse the range of stylish and practical giftware or order a Hebridean hamper, this gem of a shop is well worth a visit.

Address: Delights, 18 North Beach, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS1 2XQ

Phone: 01851 701472 - Email - Website - Map
Bike Sales/Hire
Heb Shuttle
We offer a number of bike transfer services throughout the Outer Hebrides connecting you with your ferry or airport.

Address: Heb Shuttle, Unit 115, Balivanich, Isle of Benbecula, Outer Hebrides HS7 5LA

Phone: 01851 706911 - Email - Map
Gift Shops
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Address: Artizan 12 Church St, Stornoway, HS1 2DH

Phone: 01851 706538 - Email - Map
Bike Sales/Hire
Alex Dan's Cycle Centre has been run from its current location for the past 25 years. The Cycle Centre is now undergoing changes with its past owner retiring and the new owner Marc Hardy taking over the reigns.The Cycle Centre will be providing the same services that it used to do, with a slight change of direction which will take place over the coming years. Alex Dan's Cycle Centre will still be supplying bikes from Raleigh, Trek and Dawes as well as supplying all related cycling accessories and clothing. The cycle centre will also continue to provide a service and repair facility as well as provide hire bikes. We will aim to provide our customers with the best quality service and great products.

Address: 67 Kenneth Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS1 2DS

Phone: 01851 704025 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Lake Engineering
Gori Propellers
Lake Engineering ( Poole ) Ltd was established in 1993 as a machine shop to service the needs of the local marine industry. The company has quickly expanded it's customers base to include Britains largest yacht manufactures and both trade and private customers from all over the U.K, Ireland, the Channel Islands and Europe. We manufacture our own range of "Lake Sterngear " and to compliment this we are agents for RADICE bronze propellers, GORI propellers ,CUTLESS bearings, PSS SHAFT SEALS, TELEFLEX steering/control cables &Controls, PROPROTECTOR Rope Cutters, SURESEAL and SPURS Rope Cutters. Although the company has expanded it has not lost it's personal touch and is always willing to discuss the requirements best suited to the customers needs.

Address: Lake Engineering, 541 Blandford Road, Poole, BH165BW

Phone: 01202 621631 - Email - Website - Map
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