We are no longer able to supply marine diesel (red diesel or gas oil). White diesel and petrol (and calor and camping gas) is available from the Ardhasaig filling station in West Tarbert but transport is required. We can usually help with this if not too busy.
The nearest red diesel available is at Stornoway port.
REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
There are no dedicated marine repair or maintenance facilities in either Tarbert or Scalpay. However there are service engineers for diesel engines, outboards and marine electrics and electronics available by prior notice. Please contact us.
If Skippers have a specific requirement then we can take delivery in Tarbert of online ordered spares, parts and chandlery for collection when you dock. Please let us know. You can address the parcel to [ your vessel name ] Isle of Harris Marina, down by the quay, Tarbert, Isle of Harris, HS3 3DB.
RESTAURANTS, BARS, HOTELS, SHOPS, GROCERIES
Hotel Hebrides by ferry pier in Tarbert has the famous Mote bar which serves food all day. It does take out from the bar menu. It also has a more formal restaurant and of course rooms and serviced apartments should you need (booking essential) t: 01859 502 364 NOTE: subject to current COVID restriction, please phone to check what's available.
Harris Hotel has a snug bar and restaurant as well as rooms and a more informal bar with regular live music. t: 01859 502 154. Next door is their own pub with regular music. The pub does good Pizza with a take out service. Again this is subject to Covid restrictions.
The Isle of Harris Distillery which is at the head of the bay by the pontoons has a canteen open from 10 am serving soup, coffee, tea, the fabulous Harris gin as well as cakes, scones and other light eats. The Distillery is open for tours (booking essential) and has a great shop and welcoming atmosphere. A must do. t: 01859 502 212
NOTE: Due to Covid the cafe is not open at present.
Island Bites is a great little food truck up on main Street opposite the bank. You can pre-order by calling 0734 690 105.
AD's Takeaway is also on Main Street before the war memorial. Good Fish and Chips.
The Harris Tweed shop is at the back of the distillery, again at the head of the bay near the pontoons and is a cavern of all things tweed.
Essence of Harris is a local family run company that makes a range of beautiful candles and diffusers. They have a shop in the centre of the village by the car park and bus stands.
GENERAL GROCERY / CONVENIENCE STORES
Akrams on Main Street is a general store for everything; from printer paper, socks, hats, kitchen sundries, cleaning materials, souvenirs and more.
Brownies also on Main Street is a general food store with takeaway coffee, ice cream, newspapers and magazines.
AD Munro is a butcher and general food store with an off licence. Home of AD’s famous own black pudding, sausages and pies. They also have fresh fish when available.
OTHER USEFUL BUSINESSES
'Isle Style' is a local Hairdresser/barber, based on pier road next to the Kilda cruises showroom.
The Bank of Scotland is located on the corner of Main Street and Pier Road The bank is open Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays. Note there is no cash machine in the bank.
The Post Office is located next to the North Harris Trust offices.
There is a cash machine located in the main car park, adjacent to Essence of Harris shop (Cash back can also be accessed in A.D. Munros,Brownies general stores & Hotel hebrides).
Citizens advice on Pier road, next to Tarbert stores.
Caledonian Macbrayne Ferry terminal and office is on the pier, diagonal to Hotel Hebrides.
North Harris Trust offices and reception, drop in and see whats happening across the North Harris Community owned trust property, offices next to the post office
The award winning North Harbour Bistro and Tearoom is situated on the North Harbour shore in the centre of Scalpay. Varied menu to suit everyone and BYOB. (Booking is essential) t: 01859 540 218
Car hire Hebrides - Car Hire based in Stornoway, supply vehicles island wide.
Local Bus services - ask us for a timetable or look up 'CnES bus timetable' online
VISITING THE ISLE OF HARRIS
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