For Your Information


An Iodhlann

An Iodhlann (pronounced ‘an-ee-lun’) is the historical centre on the Island of Tiree.
Since 1995 they have been collecting material about Tiree
and have collected stories, books, poems, maps, voice recordings,
photographs, letters, historical records and artefacts.
An Iodhlann is Gaelic for the stackyard where the harvest is stored
and is the starting point for this directory of island links.

Tiree on Line and in Print

Isle of provides a wealth of helpful information for visitors.
If you are considering coming to Tiree this website gives a welcome to the island
and provides information relating to accommodation, how to get here,
and what to expect when you arrive.

An Tirisdeach is the island newsletter
which is a must for residents, visitors and indeed anyone with a link to Tiree.


CalMac Office, The Pier, Gott Bay, Scarinish

CalMac (Caledonian MacBrayne) sail from Oban to Coll and Tiree.
In the summer timetable there is also a weekly sailing to/from Castlebay on Barra.
Summer Timetable (31 March 2017 to 22 October 2017)
Winter Timetable (23 October 2017 – 29 March 2018)
Ferry Status


Tiree Airport, Crossapol

LoganAir for those considering flying from Glasgow.
Hebridean Air Services provide Flights from Oban


Ring and Ride Bus service

Tiree has an on demand bus service  called ‘Ring’n’Ride’.
It provides transportation between any two points on the island
and is also suitable for passengers with a disability and for wheel chairs.
To book the service please ring 01879 220419



It is important to book in advance,
B&B accommodation is limited on the island.
The Isle-of-Tiree website has the range of accommodation available.



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