The Hostel is a converted croft house standing in half an acre of garden at the side of the A832, beneath the famous AnTeallach mountain range, by the shores of Little Loch Broom.
We can cater for up to 16 people, either as groups or as individuals. The accommodation is made up of two-- four bedded bunkrooms and one-- eight bedded bunkroom.
A traditional and remote rustic youth hostel from which to explore miles of unspoilt coastline, with many quiet secluded beaches to make your own.
Sitting beside a beautiful white sandy beach (listed in the Good Beach Guide) Achmelvich Beach Youth Hostel is in an ideal location for watching the abundant wildlife or exploring unspoilt coastal paths.
Inchnadamph Lodge is a Grade B listed former Manse set at the very heart of Assynt. Inchnadamph is ideally placed for easy access to the whole of Assynt - and the munros of Conival and Ben More Assynt are right on our doorstep. The sandy beaches along the coast and the fishing village of Lochinver are just 20 minutes drive away. We offer a relaxing place to stay for individuals, couples, families and groups in a mixture of private twin, double & family rooms, or shared hostel dormitories.
Acheninver Hostel sleeps up to 23 in two 8 bed dorms and two private rooms. It is a walk-in hostel, with secluded beach, accessed via a 300m mountain track and overlooking the Summer Isles. The hostel is a converted Croft House in the midst of the Ben Mor Coigach Reserve. Acheninver Hostel is an ideal base for hill walking, climbing and kayaking, with routes within easy walking distance of the hostel. There is a fully equipped kitchen and dining room and all linen, bedding and towels are provided.
Modern bunkhouse with two en-suite rooms both sleeping 4 people in each. Lounge, dining area and kitchen with full cooking facilities, fridge and plenty of storage. Drying room. Evening meals and packed lunches available on request. Free wireless broadband connection for your laptop on request. Off road parking and secure area for bicycles.
Inverlael is just south of Ullapool, on the doorstep are more Munros and Corbetts than you can shake a stick at. Beinn Dearg and her companions can be climbed immediately from the house and the Fannich Hills, An Teallach and the Fisherfield forest are all within a few miles. Forest Way also makes a great base for touring the area.
From its location on the seafront, Ullapool Youth Hostel offers wonderful views over Loch Broom and the Beinn Dearg mountain range.
Close to the ferry, bus, pubs, cafes and seafood restaurants, our popular youth hostel offers a range of facilities including a dining area with views over the harbour. From extreme sports to nature walks, museums and music, Ullapool has it all.