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Hostels and Bunkhouses in Glencoe and Kinlochleven

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The MacDonald Hotel Cabins, Kinlochleven
Pets by arrangement

The MacDonald Hotel Cabins    Kinlochleven

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.

West Highland Lodge Hostel, Kinlochleven
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

West Highland Lodge Hostel    Kinlochleven

Situated in an elevated position overlooking the village of Kinlochleven, surrounded by Mamore mountains, 7 miles from Glencoe, 23 miles from Fort William and Ben Nevis.

Co-op supermarket, pubs, restaurants and Ice Factor all within easy walking distance of the hostel. Rooms sleep 2-4 people in the same group and we do not have any shared dorms. Shared kitchen and dining area. Separate Ladies and Gents shared showers/toilets. Drying room.

Glencoe Independent Hostel, Glencoe
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Glencoe Independent Hostel    Glencoe

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.

The Kings House Bunkhouse, Glencoe
No pets Wifi / broadband

The Kings House Bunkhouse    Glencoe

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 cafť also offers all day dining from 7am to 11pm each day.

Corran Bunkhouse, near Onich

Corran Bunkhouse    near Onich

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 and Glamping & Campsite, Kinlochleven
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Blackwater Hostel and Glamping & Campsite    Kinlochleven

On the West Highland Way, surrounded by Mamore mountains, 7 miles from Glencoe, 23 miles from Fort William and Ben Nevis.

Co-op supermarket, pubs, restaurants and Ice Factor all within easy walking distance of the hostel. All our rooms have en-suite facilities and TV, shared kitchen and drying rooms.

Glencoe Youth Hostel, Glencoe
Wifi / broadband

Glencoe Youth Hostel    Glencoe

Set in one of Scotlandís most spectacular and historic glens, not far from Glencoe village, this alpine-style youth hostel offers a range of comfortable accommodation. Guests can choose from cosy solid wood panelled rooms, to larger family rooms and shared accommodation.

Guests can opt for continental breakfast or prepare their own in the hostelís well equipped, open plan kitchen. Other facilities include a spacious dining room, a small, cosy lounge and one of the best drying rooms in the Scottish Highlands! The hostel also offers on-site parking and a secure bike store.


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