Hostels and Bunkhouses on the Isle of Skye

Portree Independent Hostel, Portree
Wifi / broadband

Portree Independent Hostel    Portree

Originally the hub of postal communication for the Isle of Skye and the outside world, the old Post Office has been converted into an independent hostel that now draws people from around the globe. Sleeping 60 in smaller rooms with up to four beds, and dormitories sleeping 6, 10 and 12 (all linen and bedding is included in the price) there is a spacious kitchen / common room where you can exchange yarns whilst admiring the breathtaking view from the windows, a large t.v. lounge and a well-equipped launderette on site.

Croft Bunkhouse & Bothies & Wigwams, Portnalong

Croft Bunkhouse & Bothies & Wigwams    Portnalong

We offer a variety of accommodation, including a fully equiped bunkhouse, self-contained family units, twin rooms and heated wooden wigwams.

Situated on a 12 acre croft in Portnalong beside Loch Harport, we are idealy situated for all outdoor activities. The Cuillin mountains are easily accessible via nearby Sligachan and Glenbrittle, there is a pier and slipway for launching boats 500m down the road, and the pub is 500m up the road.

Raasay House, Isle of Raasay
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Raasay House    Isle of Raasay

Visit the hidden gem of Raasay. As well as highly rated 'hotel style' rooms Raasay House offers lovely budget accommodation. Although off the beaten track, Raasay House is a stones throw from the ferry terminal with excellent connections to Skye. Our 'hostel style' rooms have the price tag of private and shared hostel rooms whilst accessing the same facilities as the rest of the house: beautiful residents lounge, free wifi, bar, restaurant and cafe. We have both shared and private group rooms available. Beds from 17 per person, per night.

Dun Flodigarry Hostel, near Staffin
Wifi / broadband

Dun Flodigarry Hostel    near Staffin

An independent family-run hostel located on The Skye Trail at the end of Stage 1; beginning of Stage 2. The hostel has been here for over 20 years, and we enjoy sharing our local knowledge and giving advice on all aspects of walks, whether short or long, in the Trotternish Peninsula and beyond.

Broadford YHA, Broadford

Broadford YHA    Broadford

Broadford is an ideal centre for exploring the magical Isle of Skye. The famous Cuillin mountain range, just 15 miles away, is Scotland 's ultimate challenge for serious walkers and climbers, whilst low-level walkers can enjoy several coastal walks. Plenty to do for walkers and tourists alike. The hostel offers good facilities including small family rooms and loads of local knowledge.

Glenbrittle YHA, Glenbrittle, near Carbost

Glenbrittle YHA    Glenbrittle    near Carbost

Overlooked by the spectacular Cuillin Mountains, Glenbrittle Youth Hostel is a great place to spend a few days. A fantastic base for walkers and climbers, or just sit back and enjoy this wonderful rugged scenery. You can see waterfalls, lochs, and the Islands of Rhum, Eigg, Muck, Soay, Canna and Uist, all without taking your hands out of your pockets!

Saucy Marys Lodge, Kyleakin

Saucy Marys Lodge    Kyleakin

Saucy Mary 's Lodge. Many rooms have sea views. The lodge is positioned front-on to the sea overlooking Kyle of Lochalsh and in the heart of the village of Kyleakin.

The Cowshed Boutique Bunkhouse, Uig
No pets Wifi / broadband

The Cowshed Boutique Bunkhouse    Uig

The Cowshed Boutique Bunkhouse was created with a sharp eye for design and comfort, providing a luxurious but friendly retreat from the wilderness of the Isle of Skye. Situated in a wonderful spot looking over Uig, there are stunning views of the Isle and the sea through the large picture windows. A wood burning stove and comfortable furniture make for a warm and cosy environment. Luxury bunk beds, plenty of private showers; this is a new style of hostel. (Drying room, laundry, bedding and linen provided, free wifi.)

Skye Backpackers, Kyleakin

Skye Backpackers    Kyleakin

Skye Backpackers overlooks the village square. It 's a small cosy hostel with an open fire in the lounge and a lovely garden out the back. Our dormitory rooms have comfortable beds with clean fitted sheets and we also have a couple of double rooms.

Waterfront Bunkhouse, Carbost
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Waterfront Bunkhouse    Carbost

The Old Inn sits on the shores of Loch Harport and commands spectacular views of the nearby Cuillin Hills. Ideal for climbers and central for sightseers we offer bed and breakfast accommodation, award winning food, real ales and live highland entertainment. Also on offer is our Waterfront Bunkhouse with hostel accommodation up to 24 persons. Complete with communal kitchen and balcony over the loch. Friendly staff and a warm fire in the colder months provide a warm welcome for all including dogs.

Sligachan Bunkhouse, Sligachan

Sligachan Bunkhouse    Sligachan

Sligachan Bunkhouse is in a commanding position overlooking the Red and Black Cuillin in the middle of the "Skye Trail". With a 4 star STB rating it can accommodate up to 20 people with immediate access to walking and climbing in the area.

Only 300 metres from the main road and close to public transport it is an ideal location for the adventurous traveller. The Sligachan Hotel is just across the river where all-day food, real ales, award winning whisky bar, outdoor play area, museum, open fires and a warm welcome awaits.

Broadford Backpackers Hostel, Broadford
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Broadford Backpackers Hostel    Broadford

The hostel is situated in the scenic village of Broadford - ideally located for enjoying everything the island has to offer with access to public transport to get you all around the island and surrounding mainland.

The hostel itself offers safe, clean and comfortable accommodation with a personal touch and we are always willing to do our best to meet any requirements that you may have. Here in the hostel we also have both indoor and outdoor communal areas.

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