Rodel (Scottish Gaelic: Roghadal) is a village on the south-eastern coast of Harris, an island in the Scottish Outer Hebrides. It was formerly the historic capital and main port of Harris before Tarbert took the title.
St Clement's Church (Eaglais Chliamhain) is a 15th-century church that was built for Clan MacLeod and is dedicated to Pope Clement I. The church was built using local Lewisian gneiss rock. It overlooks Loch Rodel. This well-preserved church is currently under the responsibility of Historic Scotland.
Located near the harbour is Rodel Hotel. This was built in 1781 and was originally home to Alexander MacLeod of Dunvegan and Harris who owned the Isle of Harris at the time. It was refurbished in 2001.
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