Old Barn bar
For the local crack why don't you visit the Old Barn Bar, owned also by Allan & Maureen, which is situated adjacent to The Cross Inn. As the name suggests, the bar used to be a barn which was used for crofting purposes. The bar has lots of character, and attracts custom from miles around.
The Old Barn Bar is well worth a visit, even if you are just passing through!
wonÕt find a warmer welcome than at the Old Barn Bar.
things to do
If you travel eastwards from the Western Isles of Scotland, the next stop is North America! The islands look over the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors come here every year to get away from the stresses of modern life. Key visitor attractions include The Butt of Lewis lighthouse and the Callanish Stones. Popular outdoor activities include walking, sea fishing, river fishing, ornithology, sailing, photography, golf and cycling. There is also a growing demand for genealogy, as many islanders left these shores to settle in far away continents.
How to find us
The Cross Inn is located in the picturesque Port of Ness, on the northern tip of Lewis, in the Western Isles of Scotland. It is about forty five minute drive north of Stornoway, the islandÕs capital and transport centre (airport & ferry terminal). Just head north on the A857 road from Stornoway to Ness.
For further information please contact: Allan & Maureen, The Cross Inn,
Port of Ness,
Isle of Lewis, Western Isles of Scotland HS2 0SN Telephone/Fax: 01851 810152
For further information on the islands and Scotland, including travel connections,
contact VisitScotland on www.visitscotland.com
Allan and Maureen invite you to experience the unique Highland hospitality at The Cross Inn, Port of Ness in the beautiful Western Isles of Scotland. The hotel is situated on the northern tip of the isles, just north of the islandÕs capital - Stornoway.
Residents of the local area for generations, Allan & Maureen look forward to making your visit a warm and welcoming one. ItÕs a place youÕll want to revisit, time and time again!
Food is available throughout the day, either in the lounge, or restaurant dining in the evening. Local fresh produce in season features on the menu. This includes a variety of seafood, including salmon,
lobster, and other shellfish. Meat is also sourced locally, including beef, lamb, pork and venison.
The Cross Inn is a small independent hotel owned and managed by local couple Allan & Maureen. There are six recently refurbished rooms available, all with distinctive and individual character - including family rooms, double rooms and single rooms (a downstairs room has disabled facilities). All rooms are ensuite, and have tv/video, coffee & tea making facilities, and a host of other benefits you would expect from hosts who believe in attention to detail.
events & functions
The Cross Inn is able to cater for all your event needs, be it a wedding, birthday celebration,
or business meeting. The Cross Inn has a meeting room that will host up to 12 people comfortably. There is also a function room that can entertain up to 100 guests, for weddings, conferences and so on. With everything you need on site, from rooms to catering requirements, let Allan & Maureen arrange everything for you.
Our event organisation service includes function rooms, accommodation, catering, entertainment and much, much more.