Welcome to the User Guide for isleoftiree.com!

To make sure that it is as easy as possible for you to get started on isleoftiree.com, we have put together a series of short guides.

If you need assistance, or we have not covered your question, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the office.

Logging in

To login and edit your listing, go to isleoftiree.com/users.

Alternatively, scroll to the bottom of isleoftiree.com and use the link on the bottom right.

Your dashboard

When you log in you will see your dashboard. On the left there are options to view your properties.

Setting your listing up for the first time

This guide will take you through each part of your property listing.

Listing Details

This is where you put all of the important information about your property. Take your time over this part and don’t forget to tell people about any period features or other things which will pique their interest!

Listing Strength

Use the listing strength box on the right hand side to keep track of your progress. Clicking on it will show what areas of the listing you have completed, and which areas you still need to work on.


You can show your availability by manually blocking out dates, or by using iCal, which will block out booked dates across your online channels for you. This video will walk you through both of these options.


In order for people to know how much it will cost them to stay, you need to set your rates. This is a flexible section which lets you set a variety of rates based on the time of year. Make sure you fill in as far into the future as you can. If there are no rates set for a period of time, the property will not show as bookable.


Use this section to tell people all about the location. And make sure you add an address – this is what makes sure your listing will appear in the correct spot on website maps. Don’t be afraid to be really specific with your directions!

Photos & Videos

Find those good photos of the house and upload them here! Don’t forget to include lovely views from the house as well – and shots of the garden or nearest beach are always nice.


Use this section to tell people all about any memberships you have, such as being a member of the Scottish Association of Self Caterers.

If you are a member of the Good To Go scheme, you can add it under Awards.

If you are not already a member, you can complete the certification here. It’s free to do and gives guests confidence to book.

Guest Reviews

Here, you can add reviews from Guest Books and import existing reviews from TripAdvisor.

You can also add a change of ownership date – useful when you have taken over a property and only want to show reviews from after that date.

Guest Area

After making a booking, the guest will receive an email with a link to the Guest Area. This is a private log-in area, where the guest can view booking details, make balance payments and see pre-arrival information.

This is a place to include how the coffee machine works, check-in and check out times, how to get into the house and even the wifi password!

If you need help, or we have not covered your question, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.