Our Address

38 Borve Isle of Lewis,

Outer Hebrides,

Scotland,

United Kingdom,  

HS2 0RX

 

Contact Us

Tel: (01851) 850-436

MOBILE: 07760995248

E-MAIL::bothagbhuirgh@gmail.com

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CONTACT

For general enquiries and further information, please contact us:

38 Borve Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides,

 Scotland, United Kingdom,  HS2 ORX

Tel: (01851) 850-436

mobile: 07760995248

Email: bothagbhuirgh@gmail.com

GETTING HERE

Situated in the Village or Borve on the Isle of Lewis you will need to take either a ferry boat or a plane in order to get onto the island.

 

BY PLANE

The most popular routes that take you to Stornoway run regularly from Glasgow (1 hour), Edinburgh (1 hour) and Inverness (30 mins) and are operated by Flybe and Loganair.

There are also flights available from many other UK towns. 

 

BY LAND 

Whether you are driving, cycling or taking public transport it's an enjoyable journey getting to Lewis, and there are many ways that you can do it.

 

The most common route would be to make your way from Glasgow/Edinburgh to Inverness by car, bicycle, train or bus. From Inverness, you can take the Citylink bus/car/bike to Ullapool , where the Cal Mac Ferry will take you to Stornoway.  

 

 

FROM STORNOWAY

You will then need to travel 17 miles out of Stornoway (the main town on the Isle of Lewis) to get to us. This is easily done by car, bicycle or by public transport.   Follow the road signs for Ness. Keep following the road to the right towards Ness when you reach Barvas 'Ness/Westside' junction, continue on for another 5 miles until you reach the village of Borve.

 

The easiest way to find us is once you reach Borve is to follow the signs for Borgh Pottery, which will be on your left as you come from Stornoway. Once you reach the junction of the BorvaeHouse Hotel (on your right) you turn left onto the village road, continue in past the pottery and up the hill, to your left,  and you'll reach Bothag Bhuirgh.