Hebrides Art tops Tripadvisor reviews

Hebrides Art in Seilebost, Harris has been awarded a 2013 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.

The award is given for consistently high ratings in all TripAdvisor reviews placing Hebrides Art in the top 10% of all businesses worldwide reviewed on TripAdvisor.

Hebrides Art provides a fantastic facility to showcase local arts and crafts talent along with the outstanding café, Proprietors Lesley and Alisdair Wiseman, provide one of the best quality attractions in the country.

Hebrides Art has been graded as a 5 star Visitor Attraction by VisitScotland since opening, and along with a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, this places Hebrides Art well and truly on the map. These accolades show visitors that they can expect a fantastic and enjoyable experience.

Lesley and Alisdair Wiseman who own and run Hebrides Art said: “We’re thrilled to be awarded the Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. It came completely out of the blue and, spookily, the day after VisitScotland confirmed our status 5-star Visitor Attraction. If things do indeed come in threes, I can’t imagine what else might be round the corner!

“From the outset, Hebrides Art has been a labour of love for us and it’s great that our customers share our passion. However, we don’t intend to rest on our laurels - we will continue looking for innovative ways to delight our customers. And a huge thank you to everyone that has visited the gallery, especially to those that took the time to write a review.”

VisitScotland Island’s Manager Alan Mackenzie commented: “It is essential to have high quality visitor attraction such as Hebrides Art in the Outer Hebrides and I would like to congratulate Lesley and Alisdair Wiseman on this fantastic achievement which recognizes all the hard work they have put in developing Hebrides Art.

“Consumer reviews play an increasingly important role in influencing visitors on where to go and what to do, so this type of exposure on TripAdvisor is fantastic not just for Hebrides Art but also for Harris and the Outer Hebrides.”