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Welcome to The Crown Inn

Address: Castle Street, Stornoway, HS1 2BD

Hotel Description

Featuring free WiFi, The Crown Inn offers pet-friendly accommodation in Stornoway, 400 metres from Museum Nan Eilean. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Rooms have a flat-screen TV. Every room is equipped with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hair dryer. You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property. Stornoway Airport is 4 km from the property.

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Stornoway Golf Club - Stornoway - Golf

Stornoway Golf Club - Stornoway - Golf

Distance 0.6 miles (0.95 km)
The 18 hole course is well designed and professionally maintained with panoramic views of Stornoway Harbour and the Minch. At only 5252 yards it may appear short by modern standards but there are plenty of hazards for wayward shots including mature trees, heather and gorse. Substantial investment in the last few years have led to on-course improvements - including a new drainage system - and a modernised clubhouse. Facilities include a golf shop with club and trolley hire, practice nets, chipping/bunker practice areas, putting green, locker rooms, and a licensed bar with light snacks. The Western Isles are a chain of islands off the north west coast of Scotland.

Stornoway Airport - Airport

Stornoway Airport - Airport

Distance 2.22 miles (3.55 km)
Stornoway Airport provides a key access point to the Western Isles, with flights from Inverness and Glasgow, and inter-island services to Benbecula and Barra. Located on the east coast of Lewis, a few miles from Stornoway, the airport also serves as a base for the search and rescue helicopter operated by HM Coastguard. Air traffic control at Stornoway provides important support services to aircraft flying to and from North America over Iceland. An increasing element of airport business is support services for oil exploration and development in the North Atlantic. There are ramp facilities at the entrance and staff are always available to assist. Requests for assistance should be made in the first instance to the relevant airline.