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Fàilte is furan

Fàilte gu Grinneabhat

Grinneabhat is a friendly cèilidh/meeting place with accommodation for guests, on the Atlantic coast of the Isle of Lewis, in the far north west of Scotland, on the edge of Europe. A place where Gaelic is the living language of the community, and with an indigenous population which is deeply rooted in place. A place where nature and the elements are ever present.


Grinneabhat has four en-suite rooms, one of which is fully wheelchair accessible, and a guest kitchen, for a maximum of 12 people. The building is community owned and run, and houses an exhibition and cultural space and a café. By visiting Grinneabhat you will be supporting sustainable community development. 

Hostel accommodation, Isle of Lewis

Click on the images below to book your stay, or go to the Rooms and Tariff page for more information.

Eala, Sketch of Swan
fully wheelchair accessible room, Isle of Lewis
Uiseag, sketch of lark
4 bed en-suite hostel room Isle of Lewis
Feadag, sketch of golden plover
en-suite 2 bed room, Isle of Lewis
Curracag, sketch of Lapwing
4 bed en-suite hostel room, Isle of Lewis
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