OPENING HOURS FROM MONDAY 3 MAY*

*hours will alter in July with the ferry 

Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: 9.45am - 4pm

Tuesday: 11am - 7pm

Wednesday: 9.45am - 5pm

Friday: 8.15am - 4pm

Email us here  and we'll respond within 48 hours

Gott Pier

Scarinish

Isle of Tiree

PA77 6TN

2021

summer ferry timetable

book via calmac.co.uk

2021

summer flight timetable

coming soon

 

See how this correlates using the LEVELS list below - scroll to whichever relates to you (the list is not available in alpha order)

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TRAVEL AND WHAT YOU CAN DO

UDATE 20 APRIL: All of Scotland on LEVEL 3 from Monday  26th April (see chart below).  It is recommended that visitors to the islands to take TWO tests prior to travel.  This is not compulsory.  The tests are free. Up to 6 people will be allowed to meet indoors from a maximum of two households. Sit-in social distancing will remain at one metre in Yellow Hare (and other cafes).  Fortunately our cafe can only hold 6-8 in total indoors with five tables sitting a further 48 outdoors. 

Following the Scottish Government announcement on Tuesday 20 April, the key dates for travel in Scotland are:

26 April: mainland scotland and islands on level 3 until 17 May after which a review. Travel to the islands permitted from mainland Scotland, England and Wales. Two tests recommended prior to travel but not compulsory.

17 May: all of Scotland will move to level 2.

June (early): all of Scotland will move to level 1.

June (late): all of Scotland will move to level 0.

LATERAL FLOW TESTS

 Order via this link, scroll down to “order lateral flow tests”. They send a pack, each takes half an hour max. Delivery takes a day or two. You report results yourself. It’s not compulsory to take or report the test. There will be walk-in places for those due to travel at short notice.

IMPORTANT! If you have someone on the shielding list in your household or are planning to travel to a Scottish island, select 'yes' when the site asks if you were asked to get tested by a local authority or by an NHS Public Health team. For those travelling to a Scottish island, they should also click Scotland under the where in the UK do you live question, even if they live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland.