Ayre's Rock Hostel is on the Orkney Island of Sanday. Recent conservatory extension on our hostel with views to Westray . Our lounge area, with expansive views over the Holms of Ire, offers a comfortable place to relax after a day's exploration of our beautiful island. Rooms are available for both self-catering and B & B, with a well equipped kitchen and evening meals by special arrangement. Sole use is available for the Hostel from £60 per night.
Birsay Hostel is located in a spectacular location within a stunning natural environment, rich in wildlife. Nearby are amazing archaeological remains. The Centre is perfect for groups, families and as a venue for celebrations or gatherings and accommodates 26 guests in 5 bedrooms.
Directions: Take the bus or train from Inverness to Thurso, bus to Scrabster pier, boat to Stromness. From ferry terminal, turn left along piers which takes you onto the street and we are just a short distance along, being the building before and next to the Royal Hotel.
Hamnavoe Hostel is a four star hostel situated less than 5 minute walk from the centre of town overlooking Hamnavoe and the marina. We have family, twin, twin en-suite and a single room. All rooms have their own wash hand basin and easy access to shower and toilet facilities on each floor. The hostel has recently upgraded its services to include free wi-fi internet connection.
Surrounded by magnificent scenery the Hoy Centre at Hoy in Orkney is ideally situated for a peaceful and relaxing holiday and is an ideal venue for outdoor education trips, weddings, workshops, clubs or family gatherings.
The Peedie Hostel is a quaint hostel formed from two fishermans cottages overlooking the harbour in the town of Kirkwall. The hostel is in easy strolling distance of Kirkwall's main street and many local attractions. Kirkwall is the heart of the Orkney archipelago and the hub of nearly all transport within the Island group. The Peedie hostel is within 300m of the Island's bus station and 200m of the inner and outer north isles ferry terminals making it the ideal base for your Orkney adventure.
Quality hostel accommodation with a friendly welcome in remote Orkney island steeped in history, nature and charm. Take the ferry or the world's shortest scheduled flight to Papa Westray and enjoy Europe's oldest dwelling house, beautiful beaches, exceptional nature, great walks and friendly atmosphere. The hostel is welcoming, and spacious with comfortable twin/double and family/dorm rooms all with shower en-suites, controllable central heating, beds made up ready with fresh linen and towels provided; drying cupboard, free Wi-fi, sunny lounge, kitchens, dining room and garden; local Saturday pub, often with traditional live music.
Rackwick Hostel is located in the spectacular Rackwick Valley on the Island of Hoy. The Hostel is close to the famous 'Old Man of Hoy' seastack, popular with walkers & climbers. Exclusive use of the 8-bed Hostel is available, perfect for small groups and families.
Our modern, purpose built, well-equipped hostel is on a working farm on the beautiful Island of Rousay in Orkney, famous for archeological sites including Midhow Broch and Chambered Cairns. Visit the nearby RSPB Bird Reserve and enjoy fabulous walks in spectacular scenery. The small, friendly community creates a unique welcome and the hostel is well located for the pier, shop, restaurant and bike hire
The hostel and cafe is situated within 2 minutes' walking distance of the Stronsay ferry terminal. Originally the Fish Market, it is now a very modern, bright and comfortable, warm and energy efficient café and hostel. Ideally situated, and open seven days a week, nearly all year round, the hostel and café offer an ideal starting point to explore beautiful Stronsay.
Situated on edge of Pierowall village on the Orcadian Island of Westray overlooking the bay, The Barn offers high quality hostel accommodation with excellent self catering and lounge facilities. We are open all the year round with twin and family rooms and a spacious lounge to view the magnificent sunsets over the bay.
North Ronaldsay, famous for spectacular bird migration, also has abundant seals and unique seaweed-eating sheep. The hostel, a converted barn and byre, sleeps 4,4 & 2 in 3 rooms with double bunks, and has a self-catering kitchen. The adjacent guest house has a lounge bar and meals available to hostellers.