Hostels A-Z

Cairngorms National Park

Craggan Outdoors was a 'BEST VALUE ACCOMMODATION' finalist in the Scottish Outdoor Leisure Awards 2019. Our Glenbeg Bunkhouse and Bothy are located in a secluded rural spot at the top of the Glenbeg Estate, a couple of miles outside Grantown-on-Spey, & from our activity centre.

Gulabin Lodge and Outdoor Centre is a family-run Hostel catering for groups and families in Glenshee in the Cairngorms National Park. The Lodge is available for exclusive use and is an ideal venue for a group gathering, with underfloor heating throughout and lounges with log fires. Activities are available both on site and locally, catering for all ages and abilities. The local area is perfect for a family holiday.


Glebe Barn is a comfortable and well fitted out hostel in a fantastic location on the beautiful hebridean Isle of Eigg. The hostel sleeps up to 22 in a combination of twin, triple, family and dormitory rooms, perfect for individuals, families or large groups. There is also a 2 person self catering apartment that can be let in conjunction with, or separately from the hostel.

Newly renovated bunkhouse accommodation in the heart of Glencoe. Set around a traditional highland croft and family owned and run, we offer a peaceful setting for you to explore the historic glen. Great free WIFI, a world-class drying room, well equipped kitchen. Expert walking and cycling advice, stunning views and a fantastic local pub.

Heritage railway carriage converted into comfortable accommodation for up to 10. Ideal for backpackers, walkers and cyclists using public transport.

A welcoming and well-equipped Highland Hostel on the Great Glen Way, ideal for adventurers, families and groups with twin, family and dormitory rooms. The Hostel is a few minutes walk from the Great Glen Way and the Caledonian Canal and centrally located for all outdoor activities and touring the Highlands, with Fort William and Loch Ness in easy reach.

North West Highlands

Gerry's Hostel is in a fabulous location for the outdoor enthusiast offering excellent walking, climbing, fishing, cycling and golfing. For the mountaineer there are 20 peaks over 2500 ft [within what?]. The local area is also rich in geology, botany and ornithology and has a great array of wildlife. The hostel's location is ideal for the Cape Wrath Trail and TGO Challenge Route and links with the Old Drove Road from Dundonnell to Pitlochryis. Also plenty of private car parking