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.
A spacious house which was lovely and clean which is of the utmost importance at the moment. It was well equipped but perhaps the towels and linen could do with an upgrade.
The house is yards from the sea and we were lucky enough to see otters swimming and feeding one morning. It is totally dark at night and the stars are spectacular on a clear night.
The trust offers a Heat and Eat service which we took advantage of one night. We enjoyed a lovely two course meal for just £12.
Amazing location right by the sea. Lovely walks along the coast from the house. Tiree is a fabulous place for a holiday with teenagers - great selection of watersports with Wild Diamond. The cottage was great. Enclosed garden good for our dog.