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How to find us

Getting here is part of the adventure!

Jannel is located at 5 Stewart Drive, Stornoway, HS1 2TU (The property is on the corner of Stewart Drive and Urquhart Gardens)

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 58.22066 Longitude -6.387899

Getting to the Hebrides, to Jannel and then travelling around Stornoway and the islands is easy, whatever your preferred method of transport. There are many different methods of transport, follow these links to help you plan your trip.

By Air

Stornoway is connected to the mainland by daily flights to the major Scottish airports. Jannel is around 10 minutes’ drive from the modern and accessible Stornoway airport (airline code SYY), which offers free parking. The airport is owned and currently operated by Highlands and Islands Airports. The link below includes access to real-time flight arrivals and departures.
http://www.hial.co.uk/stornoway-airport.html

Flybe (contracted to Loganair) operate regular flights, Monday to Saturday from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness to Stornoway, Barra and Benbecula. There are also Sunday flights between Stornoway and Glasgow.
www.flybe.com

Eastern Airways now operate a daily service between Stornoway and Aberdeen.
www.easternairways.com

Flying from overseas
When travelling from another country, you can book an international flight to Glasgow, Edinburgh or Inverness. Then book a connecting flight to Stornoway.

By Ferry

Jannel is around 5 minutes’ drive from the Stornoway ferry terminal and around an hour from the Tarbert, Harris ferry terminal. Please make sure you give yourself enough time to arrive at the ferry port before boarding commences – cutoff times vary according to how you are travelling, and ferry times vary according to the day of the week.

You can travel from Ullapool to Stornoway in 2.5 hours on the large and comfortable Calmac ferry, the ” MV Loch Seaforth “. Alternatively you can choose the shorter crossing ( 1hr 40mins ) from Uig on Skye to Tarbert on Harris. During your journey across the Minch you can take in an array of islands, as well as carry out a bit of dolphin and porpoise spotting !
www.calmac.co.uk

Caledonian MacBrayne run car both car and passenger ferries to the islands all year round.
If you are cycling around the Outer Hebrides visit www.cyclehebrides.com, a website with information on cycling around the islands, cycle hire and equipment.

Bicycle/Car Hire

Car Hire Hebrides are a locally owned company and an approved Highlands and Islands Airports (HIAL) Car Hire Provider at Stornoway Airport. Please visit www.carhire-hebrides.co.uk for further information.

If you would like to hire a bicycle, AD Cycle www.stornowaycyclehire.co.uk can be contacted on 01851 704025. His shop is located in the town centre, at 67 Kenneth Street, Stornoway HS1 2DS.

There are no facilities for hiring motorbikes or scooters on the island at present.

Arriving on foot

There are no trains on the islands. Local buses stop close to the house, and the Hebrides’ integrated bus and ferry transport system can be accessed at www.cne-siar.gov.uk/travel.htm  . Taxi stands are at the airport, ferry terminal and town centre.