Established in 1941, we are a local, family run, Gaelic speaking, friendly gift shop and information centre, offering local gifts and produce.
We provide a wealth of local knowledge and information passed down through the generations on walks, hikes, cycling routes, activities, boat trips, excursions, nature and wildlife, not forgetting the best places to eat, sleep or catch the best sunrise and sunset.
Showcasing the finest local crafts, produce, gifts, souvenirs, maps and photography. Browse the island’s largest book collection from the latest novels and island history to limited edition, rare second hand books.
Hand knitted Harris wool socks, hats and jumpers. Luxury Harris Tweed products for all ages. For the rainy days, we have a selection of board and activity games for all.
See something you like but can’t take it with you, fear not, as we provide a worldwide posting service where your goods are waiting for you on your return home, this service is especially popular with our local photography.
Call in and meet our friendly staff who will help you make the best of your holiday, you might even learn a few words in Gaelic, our local spoken language.
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