Tales From The Isle Of Harris
Join us every week for a new chapter of our island story.
A HebCelt Harris Cèilidh
Posted on 26 May, 2023
We are thrilled to announce the official launch of The Isle of Harris Gin Cèilidh Tent at the Hebridean Celtic Festival 2023...
Posted on 12 May, 2023
The seas starts to warm, the days get longer, and the edible seaweeds around our shores reach their peak...
Posted on 05 May, 2023
If you’re in Stornoway this summer, be sure to pop in to see Iain and Mary at their wonderful Island Spirits Whisky shop.
Signs Of Spring
Posted on 03 March, 2023
Have the seasons turned here in Harris? It’s often hard to tell...
Posted on 24 February, 2023
The sun has shone down on the island and the skies became that peculiar kind of cerulean blue only Harris manages to muster...
The Heights Of Winter
Posted on 16 December, 2022
On a winter’s day with ice in the air and on the ground, the winter heights of An Cliseam looks imposing...
How To Have A Winter Cèilidh
Posted on 11 November, 2022
Double down on your Hebridean hospitality with 7 simple steps to help your own winter cèilidh go with a swing...
A Winter Sea Change
Posted on 04 November, 2022
As we enjoy the last of the low light it’s a good time to gather for a wee beach cèilidh and raise a glass to the sea change that winter brings.
The September Sunseekers
Posted on 23 September, 2022
If the sun is shining on a September day in the Outer Hebrides, life doesn’t get much better...
Capturing A Community
Posted on 26 August, 2022
Of around 2000 people living in the Isle of Harris, it’s safe to say we’re a diverse bunch and no two people are ever alike...