Kilmory Bunkhouse

Argyll & the Isles, Kintyre & Arran

Arran is one of the most accessible of the Scottish Islands and Kilmory is one of the most beautiful parts of the Island. Golf, pony trekking, fishing, quad biking, climbing and paragliding are just a few of the activities available nearby. Alternatively explore the many footpaths, forest tracks or fabulous beaches. Within a few minutes’ walk of the Bunkhouse is Kilmory Beach, half a mile of idyllic, deserted sandy beach.

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Contact: Andrea Picken

Address:
Kilmory Hall and Bunkhouse
Kilmory,
Isle of Arran,
North Ayrshire, KA27 8PQ
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Tel: 01770 870345 or 870292
Mob: 07975675653
Beds: 23
Open: all year
Notes: When staying at Kilmory Bunkhouse patrons will become automatic members of the 1934 club, which is an on site bar opened Thursday & Friday 5pm till 11pm and Saturday & Sunday 2pm till 11pm.
Nearest Public Transport: Stagecoach buses meet all ferries and they will drop you off at the Bunkhouse. We have our own community bus seating 15 people available for hire
Nearest Shop/Pub: Torrlinn Creamery is located in the village where you can purchase award winning cheese, milk and other sundries. Kildonan Hotel & Shop is 4.5 miles Lagg Hotel - open Summer only - is a 2 minute walk

Hostel Accommodation, Kilmory, Isle of Arran

Kilmory Lodge Bunkhouse is a modern, comfortable bunkhouse purpose built to accommodate groups of all sizes, up to a maximum of 23. Groups using the bunkhouse have the option of using the extra facilities that the Kilmory Hall offers. Groups using the bunkhouse have included extended family parties, a choir, a team-building company, a music workshop weekend, and several outdoor adventure groups, including walkers, climbers and cyclists. Kilmory Bunkhouse is also the perfect place for bussiness seminars. The bunkhouse is a purpose built extension to the existing Public Hall. We can sleep a maximum of 23 in 4 rooms. Two dormitory-style rooms sleeping 8, and two leaders rooms, sleeping 3 and 4 respectively, and both of these have en-suite facilities. Generous storage is provided below the bunks. Each room has its own lock for your security. There are ample toilet and shower facilities for the dormitory guests. We provide bed linen for the single bed size bunks, including sheets and duvets, but guests have to provide their own towels. The carpeted bedrooms are comfortable and warm, beds will be made up with our bed linen in time for your arrival, although please remember to bring your own towels.There is a bar on site four days of the week.

Location for Kilmory Bunkhouse

Start your holiday with a relaxing ferry crossing from Ardrossan to BrodickTurn left leaving the pier and follow the signs for Kilmory (A841), Torrylin Creamery is on the left, then Kilmory Primary School. The Bunkhouse is facing you before you go down the steep hill to Lagg.

The Isle of Arran

With the sweeping grandeur of its hills and mountains in the north, and tranquil pasture and moorlands in the south, Arran is frequently described as Scotland in Miniature. It has a long history as a popular destination, especially for those who enjoy the outdoors.

The island has also acquired a reputation amongst lovers of good food and drink. There is both a distillery and a brewery located here, and a number of quality food brands have been developed locally, from cheeses to chocolate, organically grown vegetables to farm-reared meat, and ice-creams to oatcakes. For more details visit A Taste of Arran. Brodick boast’s the island’s newest bistro, Fiddlers’ Music Bar & Bistro, a real favourite amongst music lovers. There is live played throughout the week.

Woodland, coastal, glen and mountain walks are all on offer. Each is unique and many give you a taste of Arran’s diversity of natural habitat, wildlife and rich history. Seals, dolphins, red deer, golden eagles, peregrine falcons, otters and red squirrels can all be seen around the island. Sightings of porpoise and basking sharks are also fairly common, and if you’re lucky you might spot a killer whale!

Only ten minutes by ferry from Lamlash, the island has a long sacred history with an ancient healing spring, the hermit-cave of 6th century monk, St Moliase, and evidence of a 13th century monastery. Now under the stewardship of the Samye Ling Buddhist Community, this island has become a focus for work and courses on environment, peace and spirituality. More information is available at www.holyisland.org or by calling 01770 601100

 


Prices

Dormitory:

From £21.00 per person per night

From £10.00 per child per night

Family Room Ensuite:

From £21.00 per person per night

From £10.00 per child per night

Groups:

From £16.00 per person per night

From £23.00 whole hostel per night

Special Rate:

Winter Special Offer - kids go free when booking as a family. november - march The group rate of £16.00 is applied to 15 guests or more. Children under the age of 10 years go free (when traveling as part of a family). Children aged 10 years upto 16 years pay £10 (when traveling as part of a family) .


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