The highlands and islands of Scotland, her lochs and remote mainland areas are all accessible from the luxurious comfort of Hebridean Princess. Carrying just 50 guests, Hebridean Princess has an enviable reputation for exceptional service, fine food and wine and the very warm welcome extended by our dedicated crew of 38. She has thirty spacious, elegant and well-appointed cabins, 10 designed especially for the single traveller. Over the course of twenty seasons, we have taken pleasure in sharing our local knowledge with passengers, and in introducing them to some of the most striking locations in Europe. Romantic castles; tranquil, spectacular lochs; wide open spaces and seldom-visited anchorages. A selection of "Footloose" cruises caters for most walking abilities with a range of guided walks in the hills and mountains, seashores and lochs, with the promise of a nip of whisky and a fine and hearty meal back on board.
Isle of Arran Suite
The ship’s largest cabin, the Isle of Arran Suite, is located on the port side of the Princess Deck and, as all windows are on the ship’s side, privacy is assured. It comprises a large, separate day room, a spacious bedroom and a well-equipped bathroom with bath and thermostatic shower. The bedroom contains a king-size bed, which can be re-arranged as twins, generous wardrobes, drawers, dressing table and a second television.
Isle of Berneray & Isle of Bute
The roomy Isle of Bute is situated on the port side, towards the afterend of the Promenade Deck. The private balcony in this cabin ensures total privacy as it cannot be overlooked from the ship, and with teak tables and chairs, it is the perfect place to sit back, relax and take in the breathtaking landscapes. This cabin contains a king-size bed, which can be re-arranged as twins. The bathroom is generous in size with a full-size bath and a thermostatic shower.
Isle of Barra & Isle of Benbecula
The Isle of Benbecula is located on the starboard side, forward on the Princess Deck. The balcony, which affords total privacy as it cannot be overlooked from the ship, is fitted with teak tables and chairs, in order for you to enjoy the magnificent scenery. The bathroom is generous in size with a full-size bath and a thermostatic shower.
Isle of Iona,Isle of Staffa,Isle of Coll,Isle of Colonsay
Situated on the starboard side of the Promenade Deck, towards the afterend of the ship, this superb cabin is fitted with a comfortable king-size bed, convertible into twins. Large picture windows are perfect for watching the landscape unfold. The spacious bathroom contains a full-size bath with a thermostatic shower.
Isle of Danna, Ardvreck Castle, Lews Castle, Isle of Muck, Isle of Raasay
A roomy cabin that is excellent value for money and in great demand with returning guests, the Isle of Danna is tucked into a quiet corner on the port side of the Princess Deck. It contains a king-size bed, which can be converted into twin beds, and two comfortable chairs from which to enjoy panoramic views through full-size picture windows. Charming private facilities include a thermostatic shower.
Duart Castle,Kinloch Castle,Lews Castle,Torosay Castle
Very roomy and excellent value for money, this elegant cabin on the Waterfront Deck is connected by a flight of stairs to the Princess Deck, offering easy access to the embarkation area on the same level for the small boats when going ashore. The cabin is fitted with two opening portholes. It features a spacious bathroom with a full-size bath and a thermostatic shower.
Isle of Muck,Isle of Raasay
An excellent port-side double-bedded cabin in a quiet corner on the same level as the Tiree Lounge and the Library. This extremely comfortable cabin has open views from its window and is well-equipped with private facilities, including a thermostatic shower.
Loch Crinan,Loch Harport,Loch Torridon
This charming, interchangeable king-size or twin-bedded cabin on the port side of the Hebridean Deck is generous in size and attractively priced. Although there are no windows or portholes, fresh air is circulated day and night by the ship’s forcedair ventilation system. Spacious private facilities include a thermostatic shower.
Isle of Canna,Isle of Eigg,Isle of Rum
This well-appointed cabin lies on the starboard side of the Princess Deck, enjoying good views from its windows. With a charming home-from-home feel for the single traveller, it is much in demand. The private facilities include a thermostatic shower.
Sound of Islay,Sound of Jura,Sound of Mull,Sound of Sleat
Situated on the starboard side of the Waterfront Deck, this is a roomy single cabin, fitted with two opening portholes. The private facilities feature a thermostatic shower. A single staircase links this room to the Princess Deck, with direct access by a flight of three steps to the embarkation area for the small boats when going ashore.
Loch Buie,Loch Scavaig,Loch Scresort
This charming cabin, located on the starboard side of the Hebridean Deck, is well-appointed and offers the single traveller excellent value for money. Fresh air is supplied by the ship’s forced-air ventilation system, as this cabin does not have windows or portholes. Loch Scresort has good-sized private facilities with a thermostatic shower.
Food and Drink Columba Restaurant, Tiree Bar, Tiree Lounge