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.
It is in a beautiful and historic site. Solidly built and plenty of bathrooms. Very robust for a large family with dogs. It is our second visit and unlikely to be the last. The staff (Fiona in particular) are really friendly and helpful. The heat and eat service was really tasty and made a nice change.
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.