Alan Stevenson House
Catered for Family and Group Holidays
Whether you are an independent traveller, family, or, group we cater for all. Our guests vary from those on school trips, folk on artist-retreats, budding and skilled water sports enthusiasts, avid bird-watchers, walking enthusiasts, Family history detectives, flora and fauna lovers, Musicians, fitness Fanatics, peace and quiet seekers – Tiree offers much to many – our part at Alan Stevenson House is to offer a warm welcome, excellent catered for Hostel Style facilities and a comfortable sleep so you can make the most of your stay on Tiree.
Groups of up to 16 can make use of the whole property with fully catered or part catered dining options available.
Dine with us - Opening Soon!
Our team are really passionate about delicious food & even better service. Our from croft and creel our rural style kitchen will be offering honest, fresh, tasty and wholesome dishes. We have a strong focus on locally sourcing produce where we can, whilst ensuring that customer satisfaction is at the heart of what we do.
**Opening hours to be announced soon! **
We are excited at the prospect of welcoming you all soon!
- Large Sitting Room featuring a solid fuel stove
- Dining Room
- Games/ Library Room
- Wheelchair accessible cloakroom
- One bedroom that sleeps up to four people with ensuite Shower and WC
- One bedroom that sleep up to four people with private shower room and private WC
- One bedroom that sleeps up to four people with private shower and shared WC
- Two bedrooms, with bunk beds for two, en-suite shower and shared WC
- Free WiFi available.
- Mobile signals normally available from O2, Vodafone & EE
Back when the Hebridean Trust was formed, the buildings beside the pier at Hynish provided limited shelter from the elements to an occasional passing otter and a few local boats. Though sturdily built over 150 years earlier as part of the Skerryvore lighthouse project, the buildings were well on their way to ruin. It took some vision to see a new future for Hynish but, in partnership with the Highlands and Islands Development Board (now Argyll and the Islands Enterprise), the Hebridean Trust put together the idea, design team and funding to create one of the biggest visitor facilities on Tiree.
Through Hebridean Trust links with The Northern Lighthouse Board, its patron Princess Anne was invited to open the first building, which was to be known as Alan Stevenson House in honour of the great lighthouse engineer. The whole of Tiree turned out for the occasion on a sunny day in May 1991.
We have also enjoyed the company of adult groups ranging from birdwatching tours of Tiree and Coll to windsurfers, divers and even a Samba Percussion Workshop from Brazil. We frequently have visiting contractors whose work is improving the public services and utility provision on the island. Famous visitors to the Hynish complex include HRH The Princess Royal, Aung San Suu Kyi, Paolo Nutini, Griff Rhys Jones, and George Fenton.