Bunkhouse @ Invershin Hotel, Invershin Hotel, Lairg, Sutherland, IV27 4ET
Call Angus or Cheryl on 01549 421202
Self catering hostel near LairgA small hotel in the north Highlands run by a young family. The bunkhouse is situated within the hotel and consists of 4 rooms which share a shower room and toilet.
Guests can use the large, comfortable, reception area and the cosy wee bar where the fire is always lit, and enjoy an evening meal and a real cask ale.
Situated on the main route north if wanting to avoid the A9, and ideally placed to reach the far north, as well as both east and west coasts.
Cyclists, walkers, bikers, fishers, munro baggers, families, groups and lone travellers are all welcome.
Breakfast can be bought when you are here, if you wish, and is served in the conservatory with views overlooking the Kyle of Sutherland.
Bed linen is included but not towels. There are no self-catering facilities available, however breakfast and a small selection of home cooked meals in the evening are available. Free WiFi within the hotel public areas.
Beds & Rooms:10: 2x twin, 2x triple (bunkbeds)
Open:April-end Sept. Check in 4pm.
Price per night:From £25pp. Breakfast optional extra.
Booking:Please call for any booking enquiries or questions.
Directions:On the A836 from Bonar Bridge to Lairg beside the railway bridge.
- Train daily to Inverness from Invershin station (30 secs' walk from hotel). The local bus to Tain stops outside the hotel. Connecting buses to Inverness from Tain. Approx 1 hour 20 minutes' drive from Inverness Airport.
- Long Distance Walks LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike North Coast 500
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