Inverness Youth Hostel
Lonely Planet review
Inverness’ modern 166-bed hostel is 10 minutes’ walk northeast of the city centre. With its comfy beds and flashy stainless-steel kitchen, some reckon it’s the best hostel in the country. Booking is essential, especially at Easter, and in July and August.
Our independent authors have visited Inverness Youth Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Inverness.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Family friendly
- Bicycle parking
- Free parking
- 24 hour security
- Cable tv
- Laundry facilities
- Linen included
- Meals available
- Wheelchair accessible
Description provided by property
Book with confidence, part of the Scottish Youth Hostel Association. We have been providing low cost SAFE accommodation to our guests since 1931.Enjoy staying in our custom built 4 star Hostel suitable for backpackers of all types.'Some reckon it's the best hostel in the country'.Lonely PlanetSafe, secure and peaceful accommodation 10 minutes walk from the bus/train station and all city centre attractions.For the social backpacker we have a spacious lounge with TV, video, dvd player, pool table, and music docking station for all those i-pod fans.If that is not your cup of tea we have designated quiet areas where you can browse our library or plan your onward journey.For catering we offer the best of both worlds - feel free to use our generously sized well equiped self catering facilities, or let us do the work for you with our budget cafe selling snacks, meals and breakfasts.We have a good working relationship with local tour companies. Bus departing from the Hostel dailly (in season) allowing a free transfer to the town centre in the morning. Packages available contact the Hostel Direct for more information.
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