...So, are you convinced now that a trip to the Western Isles is for you? In that case, you might find some of the following links useful:
Caledonian MacBrayne - or "CalMac" as they are known- ferries are the company that sail to the majority of West-coast Scottish islands. All the information you could want including timetables, ticket prices, and some tourist information can all be found on their website at www.calmac.co.uk
The official Tourism site for the Outer Hebrides can be found at www.visithebrides.com - with ideas for things that you should see and do, an extensive guide to available accommodation from boutique-style hotels to hostels and bunkhouses.
Want to find out what is going on on the Islands? Then www.hebrides-news.com/ and "Local rag" The Stornoway Gazette are a good starting point.
Other useful mines of information are South Uist specialist site www.southuist.com where as well as photo galleries and more accommodation listings you will also find local news, wildlife information and a forum for all your questions. Barra www.isleofbarra.com and Berneray www.isleofberneray.com also have their own websites.
"Countryfile" Magazine articles:
Discover The Remote Outer Hebrides...