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Staying in a Highland hostel is a cheap and sociable way to explore the region’s attractions and outdoor activities.
Some hostels in the Highlands belong to the Scottish Youth Hostel Association (SYHA) and others are independent or privately owned. All of which offer comfortable accommodation to suit your budget.
Whether you want a private room in a hostel in Inverness, or dormitory accommodation in an Aviemore bunkhouse, these listings can help you find your ideal hostel in the Highlands.
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Welcome to Glencoe Independent hostel
Located on the seafront, our stunning location provides wonderful, ever-changing views over sea loch and mountain.
A former hunting lodge with spectacular views over the sea and mountains and a golden sandy beach on its doorstep.
Morag's Lodge Loch Ness - the hub of the Great Glen.
Highland Hospitality at its Best!!
Surrounded by breathtaking mountains and wonderful scenery, our remote eco-hostel offers an unforgettable experience in what is often regarded as one of the most beautiful glens in Scotland.
Welcome to Inchnadamph Lodge Hostel / B&B
Located a short walk from the city centre, Inverness Youth Hostel provides a great base for exploring the Highland Capital and surrounding area.
Set in one of Scotland's most spectacular glens, surrounded by fields and trees - great for walking, climbing, skiing, cycling, or soaking up the history of Glencoe.
Welcome to The Bunkhouse. We offer a warm and friendly service to our guests who wish to enjoy an affordable stay in Tomintoul.
∙ Long established by original family, this cosy, clean & friendly Hostel has plenty to offer. It is situated in its own 1.5 acre garden, beneath some of Scotland's finest mountains.
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