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Rodel

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Rodel is a settlement situated at the southern end of Harris, Outer Hebrides.

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Located on the south east coast of Harris, Rodel is a small harbour village that was once the capital of Harris.

Many flock to this village to admire the 16th century St Clement’s Church, built by the chief Macleod of Dunvegan and Harris and is home to his intricately carved tomb. The church is today in the care of Historic Scotland.

The Rodel Hotel is a small, family-run hotel with a friendly restaurant serving locally caught seafood and other delicious dishes.

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Located on the south east coast of Harris, Rodel is a small harbour village that was once the capital of Harris.

Many flock to this village to admire the 16th century St Clement’s Church, built by the chief Macleod of Dunvegan and Harris and is home to his intricately carved tomb. The church is today in the care of Historic Scotland.

The Rodel Hotel is a small, family-run hotel with a friendly restaurant serving locally caught seafood and other delicious dishes.

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