Ardnamurchan Bunkhouse, Glenborrodale, Ardnamurchan, West Highlands, Scotland PH36 4JP
Call Fay and Niall Rowantree on 01972 500 742 or 07749 727 878
OverviewArdnamurchan Bunkhouse is in Glenborrodale on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, one of the UK's last unspoiled wildernesses. This most westerly point on the Scottish West Coast juts into the Atlantic, with spectacular coastline and breath taking views across to the Small Isles. The area is abundant in wildlife, ancient oakwoods and stunning white beaches.
The Ardnamurchan Bunkhouse is a recently renovated eco-bunkhouse sleeping 16 people in eight bedrooms. There are single, twin, double and family rooms each with an en-suite shower room. All bedding and towels are provided. There is a well-equipped kitchen, with complimentary tea and coffee. The dining room has flexible dining tables to allow you to eat together what ever size your group. Free Wi-Fi and a games area with pool table, table tennis and board games. Outside there is a barbeque area and plenty of parking.
This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.
Beds & Rooms:16: 2x1, 3x2, 2 doubles and 1xfamily (dbl +bunks)
Open:March to October
Price per night:From: Twin room £50. Double room £58. Family room £78. Single room £38. Contact for prices for groups and sole use throughout the year.
Booking:Book Online, by phone or email.
Directions:Follow the A861 through Strontian to Salen and then turn left along the B8007 for the final 7 miles to Glenborrodale.
Public Transport:506 bus from Fort William to Glenborrodale.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
It has availability at Autumn Half Term.
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Enter the last unspoiled UK wilderness this Easter
November 27th 2019
Lambs, while adorable pale in comparison to the beauty of West Scotland. Ardnamurchan Bunkhouse is located on the peninsula of Ardnamurchan which sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The area is teeming with all manor of wildlife, from deer to wild cats. Certainly makes for a different Easter experience.
The remote peninsula is egg-cellent for escaping the everyday this Easter. Calm picturesque scenery await, secluded miles from civilization there really is no better place to experience nature. Rare and unusual wildlife can be spotted with a bit of luck. Just off the coast basking shark, dolphins and even minke whales have been known to visit. After a long day of spotting animals or enjoying the vast untouched wilderness of the most west Peninsula in the British Isles the cosy bunkhouse will be a welcome sight.