The beach at Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
The Hebridean Huts on a sunny day overlooking the ocean on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland


Eco Glamping in the Outer Hebrides

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    Holiday Duration

    4 nights

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    Best Time To Go

    May - September

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    Price From

    £750 per person

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    Wild Rating

    3 out of 5

Holiday Idea

Based in luxury glamping accommodation overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, explore the remote landscapes of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides on this exhilarating self-drive adventure. From windy lighthouse walks and beautiful beaches to history and heritage - we've even included a trip to sample gin at the Isle of Harris Distillery. At the end of adventurous days, return to your fully heated Hebridean hut where you can relax, and enjoy panoramic views of the rugged Lewis coastline.

Suggested itinerary

Sunset at Eilean Glas Lighthouse on the Isle of Scalpay in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Stornoway Port and Harbour on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Day 1 | Arrive in Stornoway

Arrive in Stornoway and collect your hire car. The island capital of Stornoway has a lovely selection of cafés, perfect for a lunch stop. A short walk from the centre you can find a beautiful woodland and the landscaped grounds of Lewis Castle. Take a stroll around the estate before heading to check in to your Hebridean Hut for a four night stay.

The Butt of Lewis Lighthouse on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Day 2 | Butt of Lewis & Eilean Glas

One of the island's best (and windiest!) walks is to the Butt of Lewis lighthouse. The 3.5 mile circuit is an absolute must for keen walkers. Another fantastic lighthouse stroll is a 2 mile hike along a gravel track on the island of Scalpay to the picture perfect Eilean Glas lighthouse.  

Callanish Standing Stones on the Isle Of Lewis, Scotland

Day 3 | Historic sights

Start the day at Gearrannan Blackhouse Village, a coastal crofting village retracing the lives of the highlanders that once inhabited it. A site of great archaeological interest, visit the Callanish Standing Stones next to discover more about the history of the Isle of Lewis.

Luskentyre Sands on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Day 4 | Harris Beaches

Relax at the Luskentyre Beach on the Isle of Harris, a Caribbean dream boasting crystal blue seas and a white sand bay. On the way back, stop off at the Isle of Harris Distillery for a guided tour.

External view of the Hebridean Huts bbq hut overlooking the ocean on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland

Day 5 | Departure Day

Depending on the time of your flight or ferry back to the mainland, enjoy a bite to eat at the Blue Lobster in Stornoway before returning the car and travelling back to the mainland. 

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What's included

  • Return flights or ferry from the Scottish mainland to Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides
  • Five days car hire
  • Four nights accommodation at the Hebridean Huts including private use of the Grillikota Barbecue Hut
  • A guided tour of the Isle of Harris Distillery including whisky and gin samplings

The price of this suggestion is based on two people sharing a Hebridean Hut in the Outer Hebrides.

Get in touch to find out about more places to stay on the Isles of Lewis and Harris.

Our Scotland team would love to start planning your eco-glamping holiday in the Outer Hebrides