Tuesday the 4th of August was a stormy day, both wet and windy. The ferry was on an alert of possible disruption and berthing at Coll and Tiree was not guaranteed. Even with fins (stabilisers) those who travelled to the island on Tuesday certainly knew that they were on board a ship. They were no […]Read more "The Unexpected"
‘A Weekend of Celebrations’ – Some, especially on the Mainland, celebrated the slight easing of lockdown. Some perhaps celebrated a weekend of bright warm sunshine. There is no doubting the fact that the sunshine was welcome and made exercising on the Isle of Tiree a pleasure. We even spotted one family on the beach […]Read more "A WEEKEND OF CELEBRATIONS"
Yes! That’s correct. Unrestricted travel to, from and around Tiree by imagination. Let us take you to the West End of the island to Lag na Cleite, or as it more commonly known ‘Happy Valley’. Due to the current restrictions amidst a lockdown on all but essential travel across the whole of the UK, we will travel […]Read more "Unrestricted Travel"
The ferry normally arrives at a convenient time for a wee walk around the crofting township of Scarinish. It is just after coffee time and before lunch time. With blue skies, calm seas, and hardly a breath of wind it was an ideal day to get out and enjoy a lungful of good clean Tiree […]Read more "A Wee Walk"
Create your own island hopping holiday! We have a fantastic range of island hopping tickets which allow you to plan your own trip and visit the beautiful west coast islands at your own pace. With up to 30 options to choose from throughout the year, this really is the way to travel… However, one Tuesday […]Read more "Island Hopping"
Our visiting friends arrived on Tuesday’s ferry. It is hard to think that it is Saturday already! This week the days have just flown by. And today we said our goodbyes. Tuesday’s ferry is a later crossing arriving at Tiree at 18:50. By the time we ate and conversed the evening had gone. There was […]Read more "When Time Flies"
Sunday lived up to its name. The sun shone brightly and beckoned us outside. The question was, ‘Walk around Scarinish or venture further?’ It was mid-afternoon when we headed out. We took the car still undecided exactly where to walk. We would park somewhere along the shore of Gott Bay. As we made to turn […]Read more "The Unexpected"
The sun is shining. The sea is a myriad shades of blue. And Tiree’s famous Machair is in full bloom. Walk, cycle or drive, the island is looking particularly beautiful. From East to West and North to South it is stunning. The island is aive with a riot of colour. It was just last week. […]Read more "‘Just Growing Wild’"
It was our visitors last full day on Tiree. What an incredible day it turned out to be. Both sky and sea were so many different shades of blue. The day had a leisurely start. In the morning we enjoyed a walk to the pier. Then we put our head into the Noust to admire […]Read more "Shades of Blue"
For a brief period in mid-afternoon it had clouded over. However, for the most part, it had been a sunny day. So it was we decided to go for a walk at sunset. Our chosen location was Gott Bay. Around 20:45 we parked the car at Kirkapol. We were just in front the redundant church […]Read more "Sunset Strand"