Best holiday rental deals on the Isle of Lewis and Harris
You can choose from 389 beautiful holiday rentals from 15 partner websites in Lewis and Harris, with prices beginning at £45 per night. With HomeToGo you can easily search and compare the prices for each property from various partners to find the best deal and save up to 63%.
Recommended holiday lettings on the Isle of Lewis and Harris
Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage on the Isle of Lewis and Harris from just £45 per night
Holiday rentals with wifi
Popular holiday rental amenities on the Isle of Lewis and Harris
The above filters will help you find the perfect property in Lewis and Harris. Lewis and Harris is the ideal spot to book an accommodation if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most frequently offered amenities are internet and TVs. You can even compare and find properties if you want a rental with a jacuzzi (3 rentals include jacuzzis in Lewis and Harris) or you're dreaming of days spent poolside (2 rentals with pools).
The Weather on the Isle of Lewis and Harris
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Check out the climate diagram for Lewis and Harris. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 16°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is February.
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Accommodation options for your holiday on the Isle of Lewis and Harris
More than a quarter of the properties (28.95%) in Lewis and Harris are house rentals. They are the most prevalent holiday properties there. The standard size of house rentals in Lewis and Harris is 106 m², with an average price of £125 per night. Furthermore, this category of residence is optimal for medium-sized groups and families, as the majority of house rentals can host groups of 5. You might also like to look at other property types in Lewis and Harris. For example, hotel rooms are another common property type in Lewis and Harris, with 86 offers to compare. Our analysis reveals that the standard price of hotel rooms is £155 per night for an area of 14 m².
Scottish island life with holiday cottages on Lewis and Harris
Lewis and Harris is the largest island in the Outer Hebrides, situated off the western coast of Scotland, so holiday homes here will provide plenty to keep you and your family entertained.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Lewis and Harris?
Traditional island arts and crafts
Islanders on Lewis and Harris have had to get used to making their own clothes and artefacts over the years, and many of these cottage industries have become a success in their own right. Harris Tweed is famous around the world, often used by top designers, yet it started on this remote island.
You can visit the Tweed Heritage Centre on Harris, or try the An Lanntair centre in the main town of Stornoway if you prefer contemporary art and want to hear traditional music.
What are the best activities for families on the Isle of Lewis and Harris?
Lewes and Harris with little ones
As well as the many beaches on Lewis and Harris, there are lots of other attractions for children to enjoy. During the summer you can rent out surfing, kayaking or paddle-boarding equipment and there are surf schools on the island which will teach your teens the basics.
If you are looking for a more unusual way to go sightseeing, try one of the Segway tours which run in the grounds of Lewes Castle in Stornoway.
Where are the unique attractions on the Isle of Lewis and Harris?
Lewis and Harris is home to a number of fascinating prehistoric sites, and one of the most popular with visitors is Callanish Stones. Situated to the west of the island, these standing stones are arranged in an unusual cross formation around a central circle and are thought to be at least 1500 years old.
If you are more interested in recent history, look into the possibility of a boat trip to St Kilda, an even more remote island which was cleared of its last inhabitants in 1930 and now acts as a reserve for native seabirds.
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