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  • Northton Isle of Harris

    Northton Isle of Harris - Black Face sheep cross the incoming tide looking for better pasture.

  • Clò-Mòr - Harris Tweed Cloth

    Clò-Mòr - Harris Tweed Cloth - A wide selection of Harris Tweed cloth available in plain, herringbone, checks and tartans.

  • Rough grazing in the hills

    Rough grazing in the hills - The ever changing landscape is an inspiration for our weavers, creating new and exciting tweeds.

  • The Iconic Orb Mark on Harris Tweed

    The Iconic Orb Mark on Harris Tweed - All our tweeds are stamped with the orb mark of the Harris Tweed Authority.

  • The Colour of Tweed

    The Colour of Tweed - Our Harris Tweed is suitable for furnishings and clothing, plus everything in-between, from furniture upholstery to wedding dresses.

  • Famous Beaches on the Isle of Harris

    Famous Beaches on the Isle of Harris - The colour of the land and seascapes reflected in our Harris Tweed.

Shop Locations

Harris Tweed Isle of Harris

Caberfeidh Road
Tarbert
Isle of Harris
HS3 3DJ

Tel: 01859 - 502040

Drinishader

Shop ~
Clo Mhor" Exhibition

Old School House
Drinishader
Isle Of Harris
Outer Hebrides
HS3 3DX
Tel: 01859 511189

Inverness

Harris Tweed Isle Of Harris

6-8 Inglis St,
Inverness
IV1 1HN
Tel: 01463 240378

About the Isle of HarrisThe Isle of Harris is stunningly beautiful, a jewel in the Hebridean archipelago and an ideal holiday destination. 

The Outer Hebrides (Scottish Gaelic: Na h-Eileanan Siar) also known as the Western Isles and the Long Island, is an island chain off the west coast of mainland Scotland. The arcipeago stretches for a hundred miles, the Hebridean western seaboard is the last landfall before North America, these certainly are the Islands on the edge. Lewis and Harris form the top island in the chain and although they are named as individual islands they are landbridged, but each 'island' is unique in their landscapes, culture and people. 

Harris is famed for its beaches, miles of white shell sands washed by turquoise waves more reminiscent of tropical islands than the cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Yet the east coast is isolated and has some of the oldest rocks in the world, being dated around three thousand million years old. Tinted shots of parts of the island were used by Stanley Kubrick as the surface of Jupiter in the film. When Bowman leaves the Discovery, it's Harris he is walking on!  Quite ironic that a monolith features greatly in this movie as both Lewis and Harris have their own ancient standing stones.

Gaelic is still the first language spoken by many islanders, this is reflected in road signs and place names although many date back to Norse occupation.  The original name for Harris Tweed was Clò-Mòr’ - big cloth!

Wildlife on the islands can be viewed from most village doorsteps, this is home to Golden Eagles, Sea Eagles, Hen Harriers and Corncrakes if you can spot them.  There are also Otters, Seals, Red Deer the list is long, but you can find more information on the North Harris Trust website.

The main industry on Harris is still weaving and fishing, tourism is as a relative newcomer, which is why the islands are still a tranquil haven from the fast flow of modern living.

 

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Registered Company Name:

Harris Tweed and Knitwear Ltd:

Company Address:
Caberfeidh
Tarbert
Isle of Harris
HS3 3DJ

Tel: 01859 - 502040
Email - click here

VAT Reg: 981279680
Company No: SC 443680

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