Lewes Castle Revamp

Lewes Castle, the largest castle in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, on the Isle of Lewis, is set to become a hotel and museum following a £13.5m revamp. The project, which has received £4.6m from the Heritage Lottery Fund, should be completed in 2014. The majority of the cash has been raised, although there is still a £2m shortfall. However, the Western Isles Council is confident that the shortfall will be made up.
The castle, which sits overlooking Stornoway, will house a museum of the Outer Hebrides and will be the first in the UK to use Gaelic as its first language. And for the first time guests will be able to sleep in the castle as it becomes a hotel too.

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