Inchnadamph Lodge Hostel

North West Highlands

Surrounded by the spectacular mountain scenery of Assynt in the Northern Highlands of Scotland, the Lodge provides quality low-cost accommodation for groups, families and individuals who wish to enjoy, explore, or simply relax in this wonderful environment.

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Contact: Chris Rix

Address:
Inchnadamph,
Loch Assynt,
By Lochinver,
Sutherland, IV27 4HL
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Tel: 01571 822218
Mob:
Grid Ref: NC252218
Beds: 49
Open: Late March - mid October
Notes: Price includes breakfast
Nearest Public Transport: 100m
Nearest Shop/Pub: Shop on site, Pub 500m (Apr-Oct)

Excellent self-catering facilities near Lochinver, Assynt

We offer warm comfortable hostel style dormitory rooms and private twin or double rooms in a former highland shooting lodge. We have full self-catering facilities and a large dining room, excellent showers, drying room, laundry, real fires in lounge and dining room. Separate TV lounge with Hi-Fi located in our annexe.

The perfect base for climbing Suilven, Quinag and Canisp

An ideal base for walkers, climbers, families and backpackers from which to explore the beautiful mountains, wildlife, history and coastline of Assynt. Bar Meals available at the Inchnadamph Hotel next door 25 miles north of Ullapool on the main road to Lochinver/Durness – at the east end of Loch Assynt, next to Inchnadamph Hotel. 12 miles east of Lochinver. Call for details of regular buses to our door.

 


Prices

Dormitory:

From £20.00 per person per night

From £18.00 per child per night

Double/Twin Room:

From £30.00 per person per night

From £27.00 per child per night

Special Rate:

Prices INCLUDE Breakfast (Cereals, toast, tea, coffee & fruit juices. Group Discounts available 5% Discount for 3+ nights


Reviews (1)

Great hostel in one of Scotland's finest locations

Reviewed on September 3, 2016

We have been visiting Inchnadamph for over a decade; originally as a base for field research studies and subsequently for mountaineering, exploring and fishing. It is the ideal location for the outdoor enthusiast and the Lodge's facilities are excellent. The area is rich in wildlife, with the grounds frequented by red deer and pine marten among lots of other interesting things. The view from the dining room across Loch Assynt and framed by Quiniag is one of the best in Scotland. The sun setting in the west whilst enjoying your dinner and a wee drink is dining at its finest. The staff are excellent folk. Highly recommended.

Stayed August 2016