Island info

Staying on Tiree

The Isle of Tiree has plenty of places to stay and to suit your needs – ranging from camping, cabins, self-catering cottages and chalets, heritage blackhouses, to guest houses, hostel and hotel accommodation.

Our Sea Change Film Festival partner for accommodation is Alan Stevenson House at Hynish.

You can find more information and links to book at Discover Tiree. We’re happy to help if you need some advice – please just get in touch

Key Festival Venues

(Screen Argyll project space: The Old Steadings) Hynish Centre, Hynish,Isle of Tiree. PA77 6UG

An Tallacommunity hall, Crossapol, Isle of Tiree. PA77 6UP

Isle of Tiree Distillery, 1A WEST, Hynish, Isle of Tiree. PA77 6UF

Getting around

Walking: Tiree is just 10 miles long and 5 miles wide, and one of the sunniest parts of the UK, making it suitable for waling and taking in the sights and scenery. The island is well signposted.

Rent a bike:  Tiree Fitness have a range including hybrid, mountain, kids’ and even e-bikes!

Taxi: a “ring and ride” service is run by the taxi company on Tiree. Journeys can be booked in advance on their website.

Tiree Car Hire: 

Sea Tours T/A Toraz Isle of Tiree car hire:

Discover Tiree have a useful visitor map to help you get your bearings.

Food, Money & Shopping on Tiree

Supermarkets: Co-op at Scarinish and Bùth a’ Bhaile at Crossapol.

The isle of Tiree has a Royal Bank of Scotland branch at Scarinish (limited opening).

Cash-back is available at the Co-op (Scarinish) and Bùth a’ Bhaile (Crossapol). 

Post Office facilities are available on the island.

There are lots of places to enjoy food and drinks from coffee and cake to dinner and cocktails. You’ll find a useful food & drink vendor list with opening times and links at Discover Tiree.

There are many brilliant local businesses, creative talent, gifts and treats on Tiree, providing everything from chocolate and hand-roasted coffee, through Tyree Gin from the local distillery, to glass and pottery.