Comfortable 28 bed hostel situated at the foot of the rugged Harris Hills, with views across Loch Seaforth. An ideal stop off on The Hebridean Way and a great base for hill walking and mountain biking. The Scaladale Centre is also an Outdoor Activity Centre offering a range of activities for visitors, and running self catering mountain bike holidays in Spring and Autumn.
The Scaladale Centre is a comfortable 28 bed hostel offering bunk beds in dorms that are either en-suite or share bathroom facilities. It is rare, however, that you will have to share a room with people you don't know. There is a well equipped kitchen with cookers, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer etc. A large communal room commands amazing views across Loch Seaforth, and houses indoor games such as ping pong and table football. There is a drying room and bike storage. Individuals or groups may book the hostel, and there are group rates on application for sole use of the whole hostel. New! We now offer week long guided mountain bike holidays which may be booked onto during March, April, October and November. Guests arrive on Sunday, go mountain biking for five days, and leave the following Saturday. Bikes, equipment, sight seeing excursions, shopping delivery and use of the ice rink are all included in the holiday price (£406 per adult, £349 for children aged 10-17) Transfer from airport or ferry can also be arranged.
|Junior||£12 Per person per night (room only)|
|Senior||£17 Per person per night (room only)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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