8 Park Terrace, Glasgow, G3 6BY
Youth Hostel Accommodation in Loch Lomond
Glasgow Youth Hostel
Glasgow Youth Hostel is situated in the West End of Scotland's largest city, overlooking Kelvingrove Park. Providing budget accommodation with 141 beds, Glasgow Youth Hostel offers a range of private and multi-share rooms and a self-catering apartment which sleeps up to 8 people. All rooms have an en-suite toilet and separate shower facilities. Glasgow Youth Hostel offers spacious and comfortable common areas including a lounge and TV room, games room, self-catering kitchen and dining room. This Youth Hostel is perfect for accommodating groups, families and individuals and takes care to ensure rooms are allocated with everyone's comfort and enjoyment in mind. Situated only 30 minutes' walk from the city centre and with nearby public transport links, Glasgow Youth Hostel is a great place to stay if visiting the Style Capital for shopping - Glasgow boasts the UK's largest retail contingency outside London. For those with an interest in culture, Glasgow Youth Hostel is well placed for visits to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Riverside Museum, Botanic Gardens and Glasgow Science Centre all within 30 minutes walking distance.
Rowardennan Youth Hostel
Rowerdennan is a lovely setting, right on the banks of the famous Loch Lomond. Relax and enjoy the magnificent views from the Hostel lounge. Laze on the beach, fish, or walk the West Highland Way, which passes close to the Hostel door. Nearby, you'll find Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and the National Nature Reserve. From Balmaha take a mail boat trip round the islands, or hire a boat. There is a ferry to Inverbeg, May to September. Ben Lomond 3,192ft, Scotland's most southerly Munro, is a fine walk hillwalk.
Inveraray Youth Hostel
Inveraray Youth Hostel is a small, friendly Youth Hostel providing budget accommodation with twin and quadruple private rooms as well as small multi-share rooms. A drying room, cycle shed and free car parking also available. The Youth Hostel lies in pleasantly landscaped gardens and has a number of picnic benches which can be used to enjoy a meal on a fine evening. Inveraray Youth Hostel is approximately 5 minutes walk from the bus stop for buses to Glasgow, Oban and Campbeltown. Diagonally opposite the Youth Hostel is Inveraray Castle, the home of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll. Inveraray Jail is also a short stroll away, as are a variety of shops and amenities in the town centre. A host of walking tracks, including the Dun a Cuaiche and a number of Munroes and Corbetts are nearby too, most notably the iconic Cobbler (884m). From here you can head for the Mull of Kintyre, the Cowal peninsula or the islands of Islay, Jura, Gigha and Arran.