Situated at the foot of Ben Lomond, and 50m off the West Highland Way, Ben Lomond Bunkhouse is perfect as an overnight stop, or for those wishing to stay locally while climbing the Ben. With spacious, comfortable bunk rooms, a large dining kitchen, large lounge with woodstove, hot showers and a great drying room, the bunkhouse is an ideal haven after your hard day in the great outdoors.
Callander Hostel is an iconic building within Callander, The Gateway to the Highlands. There are many local facilities including shops, a small supermarket, as well as restaurants, local pubs and eateries. Walking and cycling routes, golf, fishing, sailing, horse riding and canoeing are popular visitor attractions.
Our small and friendly hostel is situated in this pleasant town beside Loch Fyne, the longest sea loch in Scotland. It’s a great place to stay on the route to Oban, the Mull of Kintyre, or the Islands. Ideal for walkers, cyclists and bikers, or for those who just want to relax. Inveraray has much of interest including a superb castle and gardens, a historic jail and a modest hill walk to a stunning view.
Lerwick, Islesburgh House Hostel
Come to Shetland by air or take the ferry from Orkney or Aberdeen and stay in Lerwick’s beautifully refurbished 5-star youth hostel. Enjoy the historical sites of Jarlshoff Clickimin Broch, Bod of Gremista and the Pictish Broch on Mousa. Wildlife in abundance and a warm welcome guaranteed.
Hoy, Isle of Orkney
Hoy has a fascinating variety of hills, dramatic coastal scenery and low-lying fertile land. Spectacular cliffs bound the north and west of the island, while the southeast cost has many bays. Much of North Hoy is owned by the RSPB, where large varieties of birds live and breed. Off the west coast The Old Man of Hoy, a 137m sea stack, is perhaps Orkney’s most famous landmark and a great place to see puffins.
Howmore, South Uist
The township of Howmore lies on the west coast of South Uist in an area widely covered with machair (shell sand) forming a rich soil for grass and a patchwork of colourful wild flowers in the summer season. There is also easy access to the long sandy beaches nearby. The youth hostel overlooks a ruined church and a burial ground of the Clan Ranald chiefs. A wonderful setting full of history.
Award-winning top quality youth hostel in the charming village of Fort Augustus. An ideal base for exploring Loch Ness and the Great Glen. Perfect for families and groups with top facilities including twin, double and en-suite rooms, a bar with an open fire and regular live music. Great value breakfast and evening meals available or a self-catering optio
Eday Hostel, Isle of Eday
One of the prettiest Orkney Islands, Eday is a real chance to get away from it all. The Hostel has excellent self-catering facilities and is close to the beach. Visit the many Archaeological Sites nearby, including the Setter Stone, a Stone Age Burial Chamber and Stone Age Houses.
Situated in the village of Lewiston within Drumnadrochit and just a few minutes walk from Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle, a perfect location for activity or relaxation near Inverness City, ScotlandLoch Ness Backpackers Lodge is ideal for groups, families or individuals and is the perfect place for activity or relaxation in the Highlands of Scotland.Enjoy a dram next to an open log fire, or swap stories in our large dining area.
The Croft is a farmstead conversion nestled at the foot of a mountain (Ben Chonzie). It's renowned as an exceedingly friendly place that feels more like a comfortable home. Out the back you have immediate access to some of Scotland's finest purpose built mountain biking trails, suitable for all abilities. A full-service bike shop and cafe onsite provide bikes for hire as well as yummy homemade cake when you need an energy boost
Campbeltown is at the end of the Kintyre Peninsula. Walk in the footsteps of saints and kings, walk the Kintyre Way, surf at Machrihanish, visit Springbank Distillery. Plenty of places to eat locally. This new bunkhouse is a conversion from an old, but listed, church school and is located next to the Campbeltown Heritage Centre.
Birsay, Isle of Orkney
Birsay Outdoor Centre is located on the northwest coast of Orkney mainland. The Centre offers comfortable accommodation, with new furniture, beds and appliances. The centre is in close proximity to spectacular and varied coastline, scenery and beaches.
Berneray, North Uist
Berneray is a beautiful island with a small, friendly community of crofters and fishermen. This unique youth hostel operated by the Gatliff Hebridean Hostels Trust is a traditional thatched croft on the beach overlooking the sound of Harris. A walk up Beinn Shleibhe and Borve Hill offer superb and contrasting views of the many surrounding islands as well as of Berneray itself.
Applecross, Hartfield House
The Applecross peninsula boasts a breathtakingly beautiful and dramatic landscape. The main township of Applecross (meaning sanctuary in Gaelic) is located around the picturesque bay and enjoys uninterrupted views out over the island of Raasay and the Cuillin Hills of Skye. Applecross is reached by one of the highest routes in the UK, the Bealach na Ba; from the top, on a good day, you can see the islands of the Outer Hebrides.