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.
From the very start of the enquiry and booking process, I was very impressed with the friendly, informative and helpful comms with the team. The house is absolutely ideal for the size of group I was travelling with and provided everything we could wish for. The size of the rooms, number of toilets and showers down to the beautiful surroundings were perfect. Trudy, Dawn and team I spoke with couldn't be more helpful and I definitely plan to stay at ASH again. The team are a huge credit to the Hebridean Trust; the team, the property and this location should be cherished and put on display for ev...more
You won’t find a more Breathtaking location for your stay in the Hebrides. Fantastic accommodation, small kitchen (but on holiday who needs a big one?), clean and well stocked. Would be keen to return.