Threeways B & B

The ideal place for a holiday in the beautiful Outer Hebrides

Threeways B&B - perfect for exploring the Outer Hebrides

Bed and Breakfast accommodation in 1 double and 1 twin room

All rooms furnished to a high standard

Stunning south-facing views

We hope you enjoy your stay!



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Things to Do

Historical Sites

Bernera itself has a reconstructed Iron Age house and a Norse Mill that are worth a visit.
Further afield "must-sees" are the Callanish Stones ( ) and the Broch at Dun Carloway.
The Communiy Centres in Bernera and Uig both have excellent museums. Displays change regularly but centre on the local communities and life in Uig and Bernera over the past two centuries.

Boat Trips

Seatrek at Miavig (Uig) offer a variety of trips that take you round the coastline to view marine life and seabirds. They also have day-long sailings to St. Kilda which are excellent.

You may need to book these before you arrive - contact details are : 01851 672464 or (


There are many small galleries around the island, many are actually the artists' own studios.

Morven Gallery in Barvas is the longest established and , after a year's sabbatical, is open again for 2017. The gallery has exhibitions of many Scottish contemporary artists and also showcases the work of many artists based iin the Outer Hebrides. It is well worth a visit and excellent coffee and home baking awaits you if nothing else. Look at for more details.

Further afield, if you intend to go to Harris, then the  Skoon Art Cafe is recommended. The proprietor is also the artist and is worth a visit for all that, if only for the home made soup and home cooking and baking. Check it out at or 01859 530268.


Eating Out

Close to home, there are cafes in both the Bernera and Uig Community Centres which offer excellent selections of home baking and home made soups.

In addition, in Uig, there are a couple of excellent options. We strongly recommend the Loch Croistean Cafe/Restaurant. This is an old converted school where Marianne Campbell delivers lunches/tea/coffees and buffet dinners to an exceptional standard. Call 01851 672772  for more details or to book the evening buffet.

Drive deeper in to Uig and at Gallan Head, in Aird you will find The Edge Cafe - almost as far west on Lewis as you can go. The proprietor, Fiona L'Estrange, makes lovely fresh food which is worth the drive. Both lunches and evening meals are available and if booked in advance, Fiona offers her home cooking on a Sunday. Contact details are 01851 672211 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you are visiting Harris, then there are two first-class eateries - both require booking, which is testament to their popularity.

North Harbour Bistro and Tearoom is on the Isle of Scalpay (a small island beyond Tarbert).Lunches and evening meals are offered and the menu is both extensive and excellent, with local produce a speciality. Look at or call 01859 540218.

Further south you will find The Anchorage. Located adjacent to the Leverburgh ferry terminal, it is unassuming from the outside but once inside, you will find a spacious restaurant serving delicious food, alongside a surprisingly good wine list. More details can be found at and number is 01859 520225.

There are also several dining options in Stornoway, from al a carte at Digby Chicks to Chinese, Indian and Thai restaurants - there is something for everyone!!