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Hostels and Bunkhouses in Sutherland and Caithness


Lazy Crofter Bunkhouse, Durness

Lazy Crofter Bunkhouse    Durness

The Hostel at Mackay's is hostelling at itís best. Tastefully decorated, clean, well equipped, comfortable cheap accommodation for groups families and individuals. Durness is a totally unspoilt part of the UK, the far north west tip of the Scottish Highlands a perfect base for walkers, cyclists, student groups and global travellers alike. We offer a fantastic, convenient location, great facilities, views over the wild North Atlantic and above all a warm welcome.

The Poorhouse, near Tongue

The Poorhouse    near Tongue

The Poor House is a 6 berth bunkhouse on the A836 approximately 3 miles east of the village of Tongue.

Whether you're looking for a one night rest stop or a base from which to explore the highlands, The Poor House is your perfect choice on the north coast road. Sleeping 6 in quality, solid pine bunks, we have powerful shower ensuring you never run out of hot water, wood burning stove, flat-screen TV & DVD, books & games, well equipped kitchen, washing machine and free Wi-Fi.

Sandra

Sandra's Backpackers    Thurso

Situated in a prime central location, Sandra's Hostel has recently been refurbished to make it one of the most modern and comfortable in Scotland.

The hostel is centrally located in the town within easy reach of amenities such as pubs, takeaways, restaurants, the nightclub, shops, gardens and more. It is also within short walking distance of both the sea-front and Thurso River. There are a wide variety of activities on offer as well as some stunning locations.

Durness Smoo Hostel, Durness

Durness Smoo Hostel    Durness

Durness Smoo offers a true hostelling experience in simple and relaxed accommodation, surrounded by a wild and spectacular landscape.

From the youth hostel you can venture out to explore mountains, sea cliffs, beaches and waterfalls. On a clear night the starry skies are incredible - especially if youíre fortunate enough to see the Northern Lights. A refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, John Lennon himself holidayed in Durness for many years.


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