Newtonmore Hostel

Cairngorms National Park

Purpose built hostel at the rear of Craigellachie House, Newtonmore Hostel has 3 bedrooms, sleeping a maximum of 10 (4+4+2). The Hostel is perfect for families and cyclists with excellent showers, brilliant drying room and well equipped kitchen and lounge. Ths is the perfect base for relaxing and exploring the Cairngorms National Park

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Contact: Sue and Neil Oxley

Address:
Craigellachie House
Main St,
Newtonmore,
Inverness-shire, PH20 1DA
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Tel: 01540 673 360
Mob:
Grid Ref: NN713989
Beds: 10
Notes: Open all year but please check our website for closure. WIFI,bed linen, hot showers, fuel for wood burning stove and weather forecast included in price. Check-in after 15.00, check out by 10.00
Nearest Public Transport: across the road
Nearest Shop/Pub: 100m/ 30m

Hostel Accommodation, Newtonmore, Cairngorms

Purpose built hostel at the rear of Craigellachie House, with 3 bedrooms and sleeping a maximum of 10 (4+4+2). The two four bed rooms each have a double bed so a family of five can easily be accommodated. There are 3 showers, 3 toilets, a drying room, lots of hot water,central heating, a fully equipped kitchen,and a lounge/dining area with wood burning stove. The Lochs and Glens Cycle Route (Glasgow to Inverness) passes the door, as does the Coast to Coast Mountain Bike Route. Laggan Wolftrax Mountain Bike Trails are only 10 miles away. Shops are close by. Local hotels serve excellent bar meals. Off-street parking behind the House. All rooms are now rented as private rooms or you can rent the whole hostel. Dogs by arrangement - contact hostel by telephone.  Newtonmore train station is half a mile away. Coaches stop close to the Hostel. The A9 junction is one mile away.


Prices

Dormitory:

From £18.00 per person per night

Special Rate:

£1 discount for if arriving under 'own steam' by cycle, foot,bus train.Does not apply to whole hostel or internet bookings.


Reviews (1)

A good place to stay, I'd recommend it.

Reviewed on April 4, 2017

I thought this was a very good hostel, nice and warm, with good facilities and a pleasant welcoming atmosphere. It's clean and well equipped, it's well placed to explore the Monad Liath area. Bunks more comfortable than normal nice to have one that's long enough for someone who is tall. The guy running the place was welcoming, friendly and helpful. I would certainly recommend this place and return to it myself again.

Stayed March 2017