Gone Visiting

Gone visiting. Yes. That’s correct. On Wednesday we visited the neighbours. Coll and Tiree are near neighbours separated by the Gunna Sound. It is only a narrow navigable channel yet by ferry it takes about an hour to travel between the two islands. Inter-island travel can take days and not hours. In calm conditions, during […]

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Have We Got Views For You

‘Have we got views for you.’ This was the headline on the front cover of a Scottish newspaper’s weekend magazine. Among the various photographs there was an extinct volcano, a magical island, a petro-chemical plant, a woodland folly, and a historic graveyard. Yet a careful study of the magazine did not include a single photograph […]

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Great Expectations

Last Saturday we had hoped to travel with our son to the neighbouring island of Coll and enjoy lunch at the newly extended Coll Hotel. Sea conditions, swell, were such that Tiree Sea Tours had to cancel the trip. Sunday turned out to be a beautiful sunny day, not as warm as London, but pleasantly […]

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Wilderness Wandering

One of the many joys of life on Tiree is meeting new people. This is particularly true of our involvement in Tiree Baptist Church. Visitors to Tiree often swell the numbers attending the Sunday Gathering at An Talla, the island’s community hall. It is also true of ‘Coffee Pot’ held every other Thursday at the […]

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Island Hopping

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 […]

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Beyond the Sand and Surf

This past weekend served as a reminder that there is more to life on Tiree than surf and sand. Tiree is justifiably proud of the white sandy beaches that surround the island and the surf that breaks on its shores. Little wonder then that year after year many return for their annual holiday, some even […]

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