No. 3 Heanish, Isle of Tiree
A traditional Tiree holiday cottage, sleeping up to 4 people

This is an unspoilt haven that has a special feel to it. Because as you set foot on the island there is a sensation that your troubles can be felt lifting from you. The Isle of Tiree is a place for peace, freedom, relaxation where you can enjoy your interests like walking, cycling, eating out, bird watching, botany, golf, fishing, photography and visit the archaeological sites. If you like to speed things up there is windsurfing with a school for beginners, kite surfing, sand yachting, water sports, running and cycling.

All this on an island about 11 miles by 4 home to an abundance of resident and migrating birds, large areas of wild flowers, white sandy beaches some 2.5 miles long, all surrounded by the Atlantic ocean deep blue and turquoise with its powerful waves at some parts to the gentle waves running up the beach. It has an extraordinary feel of space as the island is flat and the views extend for several miles. The island has a thriving community living off the land and sea with the other backbone occupations of civil services, hotels, garages, building work, cottage industries and tourism are also thriving. Tiree is on the west coast of Scotland in Argyll and Bute about 50 miles from Oban. You can get there from Glasgow by rail with Scotrial or coach with Citylink to Oban then ferry with Caledonian Mcbrayne ( Calmac ) to Tiree. There is a direct flight from Glasgow with Loganair every day except Sundays and can be linked up with the island car hire at MacLennan Motors 01879220555 or Toraz Car Hire Tiree 07788810623.

This traditional self catering cottage in a tranquil location in Heanish is excellently equipped, extremely comfortable and an ideal family cottage. Just one mile to the east is the main village of Scarinish, with bank, supermarket and hotel. While one mile west is Traigh Bhagh the second biggest beach of the 15 main beaches on Tiree at Crossapol. The panoramic view to the west reaches from Kenovay, Crossapol, Balimartin, and Mannal all the way to Hynish below the Golf Ball. Views to the east include Scarinish, Coalas, Coll, Mull, Islay and Jura. This typical holiday home at No 3 Heanish is ideally located for you to explore Tiree or peruse your interests.