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Local Information and Links

It is difficult to image Callanish as a world-famous destination.  Locals still favour Gaelic as the main language and crofting is still a traditional way of life.  However, this is home to the famous Neolithic stone circles, magnificent in their mystery and set amongst spectacular scenery overlooking sea lochs, moorland, and the distant mountains.  What a place to go glamping!

For such a quiet peaceful setting there is plenty of activities for visitors staying at the Pods. No car, no problem.  There are regular buses to Stornoway and a tour service bus a few minutes walk from the Pods.  If you prefer to cycle, hire a bike in the village, or even go kayaking in the sheltered bay beneath the Callanish Stones.

Below is a selection of links that may help you to plan your Hebridean adventure and make the most of your holiday with us.

Callanish Visitor Centre

Callanish Post Office

Doune Brae Hotel

Broch – Dun Carloway

Gearrannan Blackhouse Village

Dalmor and Dalbeg Beaches

Shawbost Norse Mill

Shawbost Folk Museum

Whalebone Arch at Bragar

Arnol Black House Museum.

West Side Historical Society

Walk Highlands