Hostels A-Z

Argyll & the Isles, Kintyre & Arran

Campbeltown Backpackers Hostel, is just off the town centre housed in an old church school (B listed) and about 10 minutes the ferry terminal. Our two dorm rooms provide 16 beds. We have excellent kitchen facilities, a dining area and lounge. There is also wifi, a drying room and a secure bike store.

Coll Bunkhouse is a purpose-built hostel, situated in the centre of Arinagour, on the Isle of Coll, part of the inner Hebrides is situated a few miles west of Mull. It's a quiet and relaxing paradise island, great for those seeking peace and quiet and who enjoy nature. There are 30 stunning beaches to explore and vast range of wildlife, flora and fauna.

A charming stone house and bothies, this 16 bed hostel is perfect for families and large groups. The island has some of the most outstanding scenery and beaches in Scotland. It is a bird and wildlife paradise. The quiet single track roads are reasonably flat and ideal for cycling even for small children.

Oban's finest family run 4-star hostel in a prime location overlooking Oban Bay welcomes you to a safe, comfortable and clean environment.

We are a 20 berth independent hostel built in 2014, consisting of 4 rooms all en-suite. Located 350m from Craignure ferry and bus terminals on Isle of Mull, a 45 minute ferry crossing from Oban. Open year round. Great for groups, individuals and families. Heated by log- based biomass and solar.

North East Highlands

Sandy and Debbie Murray welcome you to the Corn Mill Bunkhouse, affordable and comfortable hostel accommodation for individuals or groups visiting the beautiful Strathhalladale area of Sutherland, in the north-west Highlands of Scotland. Experience a unique crofting lifestyle and landscape, in our cosy bunkhouse which is perfect for families and stag and hen parties with laser combat and clay shooting on offer on site.

Southern Highlands & Fife

Nestled at the foot of a mountain in the Highlands, Comrie Croft is just an hour from Edinburgh/Glasgow. Experience a wee slice of the Good Life: Mountain biking and walking trails, find the hen eggs, or simply watch the deer from a hammock. Groups (exclusive use), families and individuals are warmly welcomed. Heaps to do including Stirling Castle, the Trossachs National Park, Scone Palace, and the Falkirk Wheel.