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The Corran Bunkhouse near Fort William has two separate bunkhouses with a total of 32 beds. Awarded Four Stars by the Scottish Tourist Board, each bunkhouse has drying room, kitchen and dining room offering first class en-suite hostel accommodation. Situated in a stunning mountainous and lochside location in the magnificent Highlands of Scotland, we are only 8 miles south of Fort William and 7 miles north of Glencoe.
Blackwater Hostel, Glamping & Campsite offers quality, budget accommodation for those touring the Highlands, awarded 4 stars by the Scottish Tourist Board. Surrounded by the Mamores we're a popular stopover for those hillwalking, climbing, mountain biking or those completing The West Highland Way as we are located right on the trail. Varied range of accommodation for small or large groups with rooms sleeping 2, 3, 4 or 8 people. All rooms en-suite with TV & linen. With large communal kitchen and dining area, excellent drying facilities plus free WI-FI.
The MacDonald Hotel is sited where the West Highland Way begins its climb towards Fort William, at the foot of the Mamore mountains.
The nine all-season cosy cabins have fantastic views down Loch Leven. Each cabin has 4 bunks with mattress and pillow; storage space; electric lights and sockets; heating for the winter and midge zappers for the summer. Hot showers and toilets, drying room, potwash and laundry nearby. Meals including breakfast and packed lunch available from the hotel.
Set in one of Scotland’s most spectacular and historic glens, not far from Glencoe village, this alpine-style youth hostel provides an excellent base for walkers and climbers of all abilities - not just in summer but all year round.
Glencoe Youth Hostel is perfect if you're attempting an historic walk up the Lost Valley or tackling Britain's finest ridge walk, the Aonach Eagach (which ends at the hostel). Visit the Glencoe mountain resort for skiing and mountain biking or cycle the Sustrans path to Oban. Alternatively, relax and be inspired by the dramatic scenery and history of this famous glen.
Glencoe Independent Hostel is set in its own grounds in Glencoe. Accommodation comprises the Hostel (open fire) and Alpine Bunkhouse allowing us to cater for individual travellers and large groups alike. Whichever you choose, you can expect a friendly and knowledgeable welcome all year. Check out our luxury caravans and cosy log cabin if you are looking for more privacy.
Fantastic drying room, internet terminals, wifi in reception and laundry (service wash). The Clachaig Inn is 20 minutes walk away offering great beers, good food and live music every Saturday.
Due to unforseen circumstances the Bunkhouse will be closed until January 2019 - sorry for any inconvenience.
Looking for a place to stay in Glencoe? The Kings House Bunkhouse is home to 32 beds across 10 rooms available from only £20 per person, per night. Rooms can sleep 2, 4 or 6 people so are ideal for travellers needing a stopping point or a base to explore. There is ample storage for bags and each bunk also has a locker, reading light, power sockets, linen and towels. The Way Inn café also offers all day dining from 7am to 11pm each day.