Aite Cruinnichidh, 1 Achluachrach, By Roy Bridge, Near Fort William, PH31 4AW
Àite Cruinnichidh, 15 miles northeast of Fort William, occupies a unique sheltered spot adjacent to the Monessie Gorge where you can explore remote glens, mountain passes and lochs. There are numerous walks easily accessible from the hostel and seven magnificent canoeing rivers within 20 miles. The location is ideal for climbing (rock and ice), mountain biking, skiing or just relaxing. A warm, peaceful, friendly, country hostel in a converted barn, Àite Cruinnichidh sleeps 28 in eight rooms with all bedding supplied in simple accommodation. The hostel has a fully equipped kitchen/dining room, sitting room, excellent showers, sauna suite, seminar room and garden. There is a good selection of maps, board games, magazines, books and a small reading room. No TV and, although the hostel has WiFi, guests are encouraged to socialise and enjoy the natural environment that the hostel has to offer. Advice available on walking/cycling routes. Groups and individuals welcome. No wheelchair facilities but glad to accommodate people with disabilities.This accommodation is featured on our map of Loch Ness, Fort William and Inverness and here is its own website.
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28 : 1×6, 4×4, 1x twin, 1x double, 1x family/double en suite.
All year. All day.
From £17 per person.
Booking advised, 50% deposit.
From Spean Bridge take A86 to Roy Bridge. Go though village and continue for 2 miles. Hostel is on right 100m after Glenspean Lodge Hotelon the opposite side of the A86 main road
Roy Bridge station & bus stop (2 miles) has several connections to Fort William daily. Pick up from Roy Bridge with advanced notice.