Balmaha Bunkhouse / Hostel, Balmaha, Loch Lomond, Stirlingshire, G63 0JQ
Set on the banks of Loch Lomond on the West Highland Way, Balmaha Bunkhouse offers quality assured accommodation for up to 14 at an affordable price. Continental breakfast, bedding, WiFi, tea and coffee are included and there is a self-catering kitchen. The bunkhouse is ideal for hen, stag and family get togethers, corporate away-days, meetings, conferences or as a base to explore the wider area. There is a private self-catering chalet called The Roost sleeping 4 people in a double bed and one set of bunks and bed & breakfast in the main house with en suite rooms and breathtaking views over the loch. The accommodation is situated on the shores of Loch Lomond, just 5 minutes’ paddling to the first of the islands (Inchcailloch), from where you can explore other islands with ancient graveyards with the burial place of Rob Roy`s cousin and scenic landscapes. Kayaks and canadian canoes can be hired on site. Welcome to the romantic, adventurous and beautiful experience of Loch Lomond.This accommodation is featured on our map of The Trossachs and Lochaber and here is its own website.
or call Jock and Gwen Cousin on
01360 870 218 Mob: 07921 293285
Bunkhouse 14: 1×6,1×4 (family),1×2 (double/twin),1×2 (twin); The Roost 4: 1×4; B&B: 1xDbl, 1×2(bunks)
Open until 10th June 2017. Arrive 2pm-7pm, leave before 10am.
£20pp. Sole use of bunkhouse £280. Chalet £80. Dog (in bunkhouse only) £5, B&B £35. No credit/debit cards.
No bookings are being taken after 10/6/2017. Groups of 6+ only between Nov and Feb.
Jock and Gwen Cousin
Opposite the bay and the telephone box. Bus stop 100m from hostel
Train from Glasgow Queen Street to Balloch then 309 Bus.
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Balmaha Bunkhouse provide comfortable walkers accommodation ideal for an early stop in the walk from south to north.
Balmaha Bunkhouse is right on the path of the West Highland Way on the shores of Loch Lomand. If you are walking from South to North, then Balmaha bunkhouse is perfect for the second or third night after leaving Milngavie, depending on how fast you walk. Walking from Fort William you will feel like you are nearly there by the time you stop for a night at Balmaha.
The West Highland Way follows the Loch Shores of Loch Lomand and climbs over Rannoch moor to reach Fort William in roughly a weeks walk. Most people walk from Glasgow (Milngavie) to Fort William as the southern stages along the loch shore are easier and good preparation for northern stages over the moor. Walker will pass through Carbeth, Drymen, Balmaha, Rowardennan, Inversnaid, Ardlui, Inverarnan, Crianlarich, Tyndrum, Bridge of Orchy, Inveroran, Kingshouse, and Kinlochleven.