Black Rock Bunkhouse, Evanton, Dingwall, Ross-shire, IV16 9UN
Situated in beautiful Glenglass and sheltered by Ben Wyvis, this comfortable bunkhouse is named after the breathtaking Black Rock Gorge. It is an ideal base for touring the Highlands and seeing wildlife, including seals in the Cromarty Firth and dolphins at Cromarty. The bunkhouse is at the eastern end of a hikers’ route across Scotland and on the Lands End to John O’Groats route for walkers and cyclists. The Highland Games are held throughout the area. The village has a general shop, Post Office, bus service and an inn (serving good bar meals and breakfasts) 250m away. Available to groups or individuals, accommodation is in four rooms of four. Sheets and duvets are provided free of charge. There is a self-catering kitchen and dining area with TV. Showers and launderette facilities are available on-site. There is also a camping ground. All areas of the bunkhouse are easily accessible by wheelchair and suitable for the disabled.This accommodation is featured on our map of North East Highlands of Scotland and here is its own website.
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Follow A9 north from Inverness, 2 miles north of Cromarty Firth bridge take left turn for Evanton. Follow camping signs.
Nearest train station Dingwall (6 miles). Nearest Citylink drop off Inverness (15 miles). There are local buses hourly.
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For anyone starting this cycle ride from Mull, Black Rock Bunkhouse is the perfect first nights accommodation.
Bunks are available in rooms of 4 with full bedding, showers and self catering facilitis provided. The bunkhouse is 250m from the centre of the village of Evanton which has a general store and Inn. The Inn provides evening meals and breakfasts. You can out more about the Super-brevet of Audaxfind here.
Located in the village of Evanton, Black Rocks Bunkhouse provides ideal accommodation for walkers and cyclists.