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Hostels and Bunkhouses in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs


Inverardran Cottage Bunkhouse, Crianlarich

Inverardran Cottage Bunkhouse    Crianlarich

Inverardran Cottage / Bunkhouse is owned by the Ochils M.C. and is situated at the east end of Crianlarich, next to the Ben More Restaurant. The cottage has been extensively upgraded recently.

The Cottage can accommodate 18 people in two dorms. Individual bed space can be reserved. The bunks are fitted out with mattresses, you will be required to bring your own sleeping bags and pillow. All utensils, crockery and cutlery are provided. There are separate male and female toilets - both with showers. There is also a lounge area, large kitchen / dining area, small drying facility and separate boot room for wet gear.

Kip in the Kirk Bunkroom, Drymen

Kip in the Kirk Bunkroom    Drymen

Sleep in the Old Church. The large rear hall can accommodate 8 guests in full size bunks, bed linen, towels and 2 shower rooms. Our bunk room is ideally suited to walkers on a budget, families or groups of friends travelling together. Sorry, no facilities for self-catering there are plenty of places to eat and drink in the village. We have two additional bedrooms and can sleep up to 22 guests. Tea and scones on arrival and a lovely continental breakfast will set you up for the day ahead. New for 2017: A 4 bedded bunk room with en-suite.

Rowardennan Youth Hostel, Rowardennan

Rowardennan Youth Hostel    Rowardennan

Rowardennan Youth Hostel sits in an idyllic location on the banks of Loch Lomond with unobstructed views and the West Highland Way passing by the gate.

You can choose to laze on the beach, fish, or climb Scotland's most southerly Munro, Ben Lomond (974m and right behind the hostel). A boat cruise up the loch is the most relaxing way to explore this area, although many choose to walk the West Highland Way. Rowardennan is a welcome stop off point for those about to attempt the next 20 miles to our youth hostel in Crianlarich!

Inversnaid Bunkhouse, Inversnaid

Inversnaid Bunkhouse    Inversnaid

Originally a 19th century church, now converted into quality budget accommodation and a licensed restaurant. The Inversnaid Bunkhouse is a unique Scottish hostel in Stirling, Stirlingshire with facilities catered for travelers and walker including our outside hot tub! Complete with original stained glass windows, in a truly serene setting, the Scottish bunkhouse provides a welcoming retreat in a totally unspoilt part of Scotland.

Callander Hostel, Callander
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Callander Hostel    Callander

A warm welcome awaits you at the newly renovated 5 star Callander Hostel. Ideally situated in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park we provide an unrivalled hostel experience. With stunning views of Ben Ledi and a hearty log burning stove, Callander Hostel is hostelling at its very best making it the perfect base for walkers and cyclists on a budget. With beds from only £18.50 per night, we can accommodate individual or groups up to 28.

Crianlarich Youth Hostel, Rowardennan

Crianlarich Youth Hostel    Rowardennan

Set amidst stunning mountains, Crianlarich Youth Hostel is just over an hour's drive from Stirling. Itís a great base for anyone looking to explore the northern area of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

Crianlarich is the halfway point on the West Highland Way and provides a welcome rest for tired feet. Our other West Highland Way youth hostel is 20 miles away at Rowardennan! Twenty Munros dominate the landscape, with particular favorites being Ben More (1174m) and Ben Lui (1130m).

The Ben Lomond Bunkhouse, Ardess Lodge, near Rowardennan
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The Ben Lomond Bunkhouse    Ardess Lodge    near Rowardennan

Perfect for walkers climbing Ben Lomond and those travelling along the West Highland Way. The Ben Lomond Bunkhouse, Ardess Lodge is available for up to 10 people. This affordable accommodation is £20 per night, per person, including linen. Large kitchen, lounge with wood burning stove, drying room, two bathrooms with shower, one also with bath. Advice on area from National Trust Rangers available on site.


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