The Hynish Centre is the name for a collection of Category A listed buildings on the south-west tip of the Isle of Tiree. Built by Alan Stevenson, uncle of Robert Louis Stevenson, to house and service the iconic Skerryvore lighthouse, they have been restored by The Hebridean Trust to provide holiday accommodation for groups and families with a taste for adventure.
we come regularly sice over 10 years. very friendly staff. location excellent for a week
away from it all, into nature. We will come again.
==Meals basic. Made with love, but could do with some salad and sometimes
fruit instead of dessert.
==I wished there was a place to wash cups etc. for tea in between meals.
==Laundry area is very multi-purpose and filled up. Needs shelves urgently.
==Entrance hall and rooms need (more) hooks for clothing, jackets, etc.
==Many doors close with a bang, and some doors hard to open. Need readjusting
==Blinds on velox windows blo...more
The kitchen in the only corridor to the lounge/dining room is useless. Lack of fridge space. Lack of worktop space. Open grazing at the front means constant sheep and cow dung clearing to avoid walking it inside. The open fire is smoky. Bunk rooms cramped. Wet room floor uneven resulting in ponding. House needs a complete internal re-design.
This is our 4th time to Tiree with a school trip, and as always the kids and staff had an amazing time. The changes to the cottage (new TV, new mattresses, new shower and sofas) are fantastic.
Hope fully be back again next year.