Lews Castle - Isle of Lewis

10% discount on Self Catering Accommodation at Historic Lews Castle on the Isle of Lewis

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ENJOY a 10% discount on Self Catering Accommodation at Lews Castle – using exclusive discount code NRLUXURYSCOTLAND

From wonderful beaches and crystal clear waters that rival luxury tropical islands, to its rich history and stunning scenery, Lews Castle’s remote and spectacular destination in the Outer Hebrides is the perfect venue for wonderful memories.

Overlooking Stornoway harbour, Lews Castle was built in the impressive gothic-revival style Scottish castle during the mid 1800’s by Sir James Matheson. Since then this beautiful building has also served as a hospital during WW2, a college, a school and now as an iconic wedding venue and luxurious self-catering holiday destination with Natural Retreats.

Set amongst acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, this stunning 19th century castle is steeped in fascinating history and has breathtaking panoramas out over the surrounding landscapes. Nestled on the world-renowned Isle of Lewis, you can explore the spotless beaches and unique wildlife of this remote Scottish hideaway during your Lews Castle stay.

Enjoy 10% off the price of your accommodation when booking your holiday – use code NRLUXURYSCOTLAND

Web Link for more info https://naturalretreats.co.uk/destinations/scotland/lews-castle

Use code NRLUXURYSCOTLAND when calling the Natural Retreats Concierge team on 01625 416430

Or use when booking online at https://naturalretreats.co.uk/destinations/scotland/lews-castle.


Editor’s Note: Today Lews Castle is a luxurious self catering holiday destination with Natural Retreats and a stunning iconic wedding venue. Restored with great care by Natural Retreats to ensure that the look and feel of the accommodation is faithful to the Castle’s origins, Lews Castle reflects many Hebridean details and contains a wide variety of locally sourced furnishings. Elements of the internationally famous Harris Tweed were used throughout the rooms to pay homage to the castle’s Hebridean heritage.