Hostels and Bunkhouses in Ardnamurchan and Strontian

Ardtornish Bunkhouse, near Lochaline, Morvern
Wifi / broadband

Ardtornish Bunkhouse    near Lochaline, Morvern

Our bunkhouse is once again open and we hope to welcome you to it soon. Situated close to the working hub of our West Highland estate, the bunkhouse has a fun and friendly atmosphere. The bunkhouse is available to rent by night, either by bed, by room, or for the whole establishment. It consists of three bunk bedrooms, a large and bright sitting/dining room, a kitchen with a six-ring gas cooker and two ovens, a large fridge freezer and a washing machine with tumble dryer. There is a shower room with WC and an additional WC.

Glenuig Inn Bunkhouse, Sound of Arisaig
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Glenuig Inn Bunkhouse    Sound of Arisaig

The award winning Glenuig Inn is not only Scotland's exemplar green Inn, but the ideal base for doing things set amongst stunning scenery. Right by the beach on the Sound of Arisaig, we serve a full menu all day every day all year. Our bunkhouse is ideal for groups with 9 single beds & 2 bathrooms. Linen, towels and breakfast is included.

Glenuig Inn runs on 100% renewable energy and generates minimal waste . enjoy the great outdoors amidst stunning scenery with virtually zero impact to the environment.

The Ardnamurchan Bunkhouse, Glenborrodale
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

The Ardnamurchan Bunkhouse    Glenborrodale

The Ardnamurchan Bunkhouse is located at Glenborrodale on the Ardnamurchan peninsula and provides a perfect base for wildlife watching, walking or for any outdoor pursuits. Our Bunkhouse has a superb social space and offers very comfortable, affordable sleeping quarters for up to 16 guests in 8 separate en-suite rooms together with shared cooking, eating and lounge facilities. A covered courtyard provides additional al fresco space including a games area. Prices from £s;24.00 pppn which includes linen, towels, hand soap and shower mat. Group and exclusive booking are available. Prices on request.

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