Stay in the best hostel in town! Our refurbished Hostel, equipped with great facilities and a warm welcome, is the right next to the ferries, buses, pubs, cafes and seafood restaurants.
Not only is the hostel spectacularly situated, but the town has something for everyone. From extreme sports to mature walks, museums to music, Ullapool has it all. Ask the friendly staff for advice on what do see in this wonderful west highland port.
Modern bunkhouse with two en-suite rooms both sleeping 4 people in each. Lounge, dining area and kitchen with full cooking facilities, fridge and plenty of storage. Drying room. Evening meals and packed lunches available on request. Free wireless broadband connection for your laptop on request. Off road parking and secure area for bicycles.
Inverlael is just south of Ullapool, on the doorstep are more Munros and Corbetts than you can shake a stick at. Beinn Dearg and her companions can be climbed immediately from the house and the Fannich Hills, An Teallach and the Fisherfield forest are all within a few miles. Forest Way also makes a great base for touring the area.
The Hostel is a converted croft house standing in half an acre of garden at the side of the A832, beneath the famous AnTeallach mountain range, by the shores of Little Loch Broom.
We can cater for up to 16 people, either as groups or as individuals. The accommodation is made up of two-- four bedded bunkrooms and one-- eight bedded bunkroom.
Achmelvich Beach is a small and remote rustic hostel in wonderful surroundings, just a short walk to a legendary white sandy beach (listed in the Good Beach Guide).
Now with a shower, the former school building and cottage have been tastefully transformed into a 36-bed hostel, with rooms of various sizes including one family room. Also offers a self-catering kitchen with microwave. There is an abundance of wildlife to watch, unrivalled coastal walks and a pace of life that relaxes and unwinds. Unforgettable sunsets practically guaranteed.
Achininver is a charming rustic hostel located a few minutes from the beach. Fantastic hill and coastal walks start from the door.
It's a place in which to relax, chill out and enjoy the views. Or if you are feeling energetic, climb Ben Mor Coigach - start just a few minutes walk away. Take a cruise to the Summer Isles (daily - except Sundays), a haven for seals and seabirds, and spend time exploring an uninhabited island. The local hotel also offers superb seafood.
Inchnadamph Lodge is a Grade B listed former Manse set at the very heart of Assynt. Inchnadamph is ideally placed for easy access to the whole of Assynt - and the munros of Conival and Ben More Assynt are right on our doorstep. The sandy beaches along the coast and the fishing village of Lochinver are just 20 minutes drive away. We offer a relaxing place to stay for individuals, couples, families and groups in a mixture of private twin, double & family rooms, or shared hostel dormitories.
Dormitory and private rooms available, self catering kitchen, breakfast available if pre-ordered. Beautiful building, overlooking the Cromarty Firth, three miles from Invergordon.
We offer enjoyable holidays and peaceful retreats; a range of courses, alternative sessions, and cultural events. Stunning location by the shore of the Cromarty Firth with calming sea views and extensive grounds. Guided Tours with qualified guide in English and German.
Lochinver Mission is a community owned hostel, cafeteria and Marine Visitor Centre located close to this fishing village's harbour. Lochinver is situated in Assynt, Sutherland, in the North West Highlands - an area famous for its stunning and iconic scenery, geology and white sand beaches. The hostel accommodates fifteen guests in three rooms and has a self catering dining area, showers & drying room. Laundry by arrangement.