OH MG!!  or,  Outer Hebrides Means Gin!!

Just three nights away can show you a whole new world:-)

The award-winning Isle of Harris Gin is one of the most stylish spirits out there. The Outer Hebrides’ first gin, it is distilled with nine carefully chosen botanicals and infused with their magic ingredient Sugar Kelp, hand-harvested by a local diver from the clear seas around their island shores.

Also known as ’The Social Distillery’, the church-like building by the harbour at East Loch Tarbert is open six days a week from 10am-5pm. Visitors are given a warm welcome year round, the peat-fire burning in the distillery foyer and staff on hand to share their story and samples of spirit.

The shop is full of fresh batches of Isle of Harris Gin and a range of locally-sourced craft goods, while the Canteen is open to staff and guests alike, serving a simple menu of home-made fare. Tours are also offered Monday to Friday with advance booking recommended via 01859 502212 or  info@harrisdistillery.com

Meet their fiery little gin still, The Dottach, by flying to nearby Stornoway via Flybe Scottish Airports or Loganair or arrive just yards from their door by Calmac Ferry’s Uig to Tarbert service. Uig on Skye

Make Isle of Harris Gin the highlight of your visit to the Outer Hebrides but why not mix it with…

St. Clements Church in Rodel

The beaches of Luskentyre, Hushinis, Seilebost, Horgabost and more

A boat trip to the remote islands of St Kilda with  SeaHarris  or Kilda Cruises

Drive the winding Golden Road

Stock up on supplies at Croft 36

The Bronze Age Standing Stones of Callanish,  the Gearrannan Black House village

Beautiful white sands and turquoise water at Luskentyre Beach
How about the chance to see Golden Eagles?
and of course the Harris Tweed weavers,  so you can organise your wardrobe as well as your cocktail cabinet, all in a weekend!

Western Isles Accommodation  Will give you all the room options you need.