Inveraray Hostel

Argyll & the Isles, Kintyre & Arran

Inveraray Hostel offers friendly self-catering accommodation from £19.50 a night in shared dorms or private rooms, in the historic loch-side town of Inveraray, Argyll.

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Address:
Dalmally Road
Inveraray,
Inveraray,
Argyll, PA32 8XD
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Tel: 01499 302 454
Mob:
Beds: 21
Open: Late March - Early October
Notes: Reception opens from 3.30pm for check-in Sorry, no daytime access Children under 12 years are not accommodated DIY Continental Breakfast available, £3.90 Towels available to hire, 50p
Nearest Public Transport: Bus (2 minutes walk)
Nearest Shop/Pub: Londis (1 minute walk) Co-op Food (5 minutes)

Inveraray Hostel

Inveraray Hostel offers friendly self-catering accommodation from £19.50 a night in shared dorms or private rooms, in the historic town of Inveraray, by Loch Fyne, Argyll.

We provide simple but comfortable rooms, a fully-equipped guest kitchen, large communal dining area, super clean shared bathrooms, a drying room, bicycle storage and private guest parking. FREE tea, coffee & hot chocolate for all! Free WiFi throughout the hostel. Our popular vegetarian breakfast (with some vegan and dairy-/gluten-free options) is available from 8am, only £3.90 per person.

The hostel is within a minute’s walk of the town’s amenities, restaurants, pubs & tourist attractions - including Inveraray Castle - and in a superb location for exploring nearby hills, gardens, cultural sites & islands on the West Coast of Scotland.

Short walks include a 1.5 hour round-trip up Dun na Cuaiche for splendid views over Loch Fyne; a 2 hour forestry circuit lined with an abundance of stunning summer flowers; the trig point on Sron Reithe - 4 or 5 hours peaceful ramble to a glorious view point. Nearby gardens are Ardkinglas Woodland Gardens & Crarae Garden, both just a 10 minute drive away.

Longer walks involve a short drive to starting points: the iconic Cobbler (Ben Arthur) in the Arrochar Alps, Beinn Bhuidhe (949m) via Glen Fyne (passing Fyne Ales Brewery on the way), Ben Cruachan (1126m) by Loch Awe (where you'll find Kilchurn Castle)... To name just a few!

Please note that the hostel is closed during the day. All guests are kindly asked to vacate the hostel from 10am until 3.30pm.

Also note that we no longer accommodate children under 12 years. Our small hostel does not have the facilities to cope with or entertain very young children, sorry.

 

 

 


 


Prices

Dormitory:

From £19.00 per person per night

Single Room:

From £25.00 per person per night

Double/Twin Room:

From £45.00 per room per night

Exclusive Use:

From £445.00 whole hostel per night


Reviews (3)

Great place to stay

Reviewed on October 21, 2019

I was one of 7 booked in at very short note. Fantastic location. Warm, tidy, good facilities. Would certainly recommend. Would definitely come back.

Stayed October 2019

Perfect!

Reviewed on July 29, 2017

This was my first ever hostel stay solo and I have to say I was over whelmed and would like to express my sincere gratitude. The building itself was comfortable and very clean, kitchen stocked with all equipment one could need, beautifully kept garden, fantastic music (especially liked the music), relaxed lounge area with the most wonderful selection of books. I could tell the staff, who were equally wonderful, truly cared for and looked after the hostel and grounds. P.S - the area is also blooming gorgeous and I could write an essay on that :) Thanks guys

Stayed July 2017


Hostel response:

Your thoughtful comments are truly appreciated, Rosie May. We are very touched by your review & hope your stay with us has given you confidence as an independent traveller. Wishing you many wonderful experiences, from the whole wee team!

Very friendly and beautiful place to stay

Reviewed on October 26, 2016

Inveraray is a small hostel situated two minutes' walk from the town centre, so it is both easy to find and in a quiet location. The staff were both helpful and friendly. Excellent self-catering kitchen with a very sociable "island" style counter. The back and front garden are a delightful dining spot in the right conditions, it was raining the day I stayed. I slept in a very cosy four-bed mixed-gender dorm with lots of woodwork in the bunks creating something of semi-enclosed box effect, a brilliant design. I didn't get a key at all, but the dormitory door could simply be bolted from the inside, another clever idea. A new Co-Op branch on the edge of town is a great source of groceries. Although not really competitive pricewise, this is definitely my favourite Scottish hostel so far and Inveraray what they call a hidden gem, being amazingly pretty if relatively hard to reach, which sems to make it a bit undersubscribed and beautifully quiet.

Stayed August 2016