Dunard Hostel

Outer Hebrides

Dunard Hostel on the Isle of Barra is a friendly, family run hostel. We welcome individuals, families and organised groups. We are in the charming village of Castlebay with its fantastic views of Kisimul Castle and are near the ferry terminal, local services and hotel/pubs, which in summer fill with the sound of fiddles, accordions and bagpipes. Our facilities are excellent and sea kayaking is available.

Website
Contact: Chris or Katie Denehy

Address:

Castlebay,
Isle of Barra, HS9 5XD
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Tel: 01871 810 443
Mob:
Grid Ref: NF664983
Beds: 20
Notes: Open all year except Christmas/N.yr (Nov-Mar phone first)
Nearest Public Transport: 200m
Nearest Shop/Pub: 200m/250m

Hostel accommodation, Isle of Barra, Outer Hebrides

Dunard is a warm, friendly, family run hostel on the beautiful island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides. It has a cosy living room with an fire, hot showers, spacious kitchen. Sleeps 20 in 2 bunkrooms, 2 twin rooms, a family bedroom and 2 garden cabins. Non-smoking. Take time and explore this truly beautiful island; stunning white beaches, quite bays where seals bask, meadows carpeted in flowers, and windswept hills; home to golden eagles. Join one of our guided sea kayaking trips and paddle amongst sheltered islands for really close up wildlife encounters (no experience needed).www.clearwaterpaddling.com. Dunard is situated in Castlebay with views over the castle and islands. Head up the hill from the ferry, turn left, we are the third house past the old school (3 minute walk).


Prices

Dormitory:

From £20.00 per person per night

Double/Twin Room:

From £46.00 per room per night

Family Room:

From £66.00 per room per night


Reviews (1)

Good drop point to explore Barra

Reviewed on October 19, 2016

5 minutes away from the ferry terminal, Dunard Hostel is the place to be to explore the Isle of Barra. We have been welcome by Chris and Katie at our arrival and they were very keen on giving us advices : Chris arranged our bike rental... Alone, it would have been hard as almost nothing is open on the island on a Sunday. We stayed in the two dorms, that are quite cosy and warm. The best part was the common room and the big table, where everyone is eating, reading or chatting. In the Hebrides, everyone is going up north or down south so it is very easy to collect ideas and advices from other travellers. Would recommend !

Stayed October 2016