Cromwell Street | Stornoway | Isle of Lewis | HS1 2DG Telephone 01851 702109 | Fax 01851 702142 firstname.lastname@example.org www.royalstornoway.co.uk
On foot from the ferry or bus station, enter the pedestrian area beside the Town Hall, go straight on past Boots and you’ll find us in about 200 metres. From the airport, take town centre signs and follow the main road through the town.
HS-1 Café Bar, was the first of Cala Hotels’ stylish new breed of restaurants to open in Stornoway. It has a reputation for innovative and contemporary cuisine, plus a friendly, lighthearted atmosphere. Your food choices change through the day, including lunches, light bites and dinners. Open daily from noon until 11pm, HS-1 is just as much a place to to recuperate with coffee after shopping, as a venue to treat your friends to a stylish dinner in the evening. Enjoy dishes from around the world, as well as steaks, pasta, wraps, salads, authentic curries, vegetarian options, a huge double burger and daily specials.
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Right beside Stornoway's leisure marina, the Royal is ideal for business or pleasure. A place where you will find enjoyment in comfortable relaxation, the creative cuisine of the Boatshed Restaurant and the vibrant atmosphere of HS1, the town's first cafe bar. Built in 1845, the hotel would originally have provided accommodation for the officers of the many ships that visited the Borough. While its important historic features have been preserved, todayâ€™s modern Royal continues a third century of traditional, friendly Hebridean hospitality endorsed by the Hospitality Assured award.
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Many of the hotel's period features have been retained in the relaxing, front facing bedrooms, which overlook the marina and Lews Castle Grounds. It's said that Lord Leverhulme used to sit at the oriel window of his first floor bedroom, viewing the castle he bought in 1918. Rear facing rooms have less period features and are a little quieter than those facing the street at the front though this small town is rarely noisy. A comprehensive refurbishment programme has allowed us to offer 24 renovated, en-suite rooms, with colour TV, free broadband access, hospitality tray and all you need for a comfortable stay.
There are two restaurants and a pleasant hotel lounge bar at the Royal, which are popular with both visitors and local residents. The nautically themed Boatshed is cosy on a cool evening, with an open fire casting its warmth, while the thick stone walls and floor help keep the room cool in summer. The chefs take a pride in using fresh local ingredients, which they cook and serve artistically, offering traditional dishes, as well as a number of flavours inspired by eastern continents. Vegetarians are offered plenty of choice and a childrenâ€™s menu is also available.
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