Bute Backpackers Hostel, The Pier View, 36 Argyle Street, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, PA20 0AX

Call Reception on 01700 501876

Overview

Bute Backpackers is a friendly independent hostel with panoramic views of Rothesay Bay and seafront. There are 45 beds with a mixture of single, twin, double and family rooms. The main house has a sea front sun lounge with dining facilities. The self-catering kitchen is very well equipped with 2 ovens, hobs and a microwave and also has dining facilities. Some of the rooms are en suite and there are separate male and female showers and toilets on each of our 2 floors. Other facilities include Sky TV, free WiFi and a laundry room. There is also a secure bike shed. There are regular live music sessions which include open mic for any budding musicians who may want to join the fun. VisitScotland rated as 4 star.

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Details

  • Beds & Rooms:

    45 beds: 14 bedrooms; 4 family rooms, 4 twin rooms, 6 bunk rooms.
  • Open:

    All year. 24hr access, no curfew. Reception 9am - 10pm
  • Price per night:

    £20pp dorm, £22.50pp twin, £25pp single.
  • Booking:

    Deposit only required for group bookings.
  • Directions:

    Turn right as you leave ferry and walk straight ahead for 200m past the Discovery Centre and putting green. Continue along Argyle St towards the Pavilion for another 250m and Bute Backpackers is on your left. By car turn right at the traffic lights at the end of the pier, continue for 300m to the mini roundabout, head straight on for a further 300m and the hostel is situated on your left just before the Pavilion.
  • Public Transport:

    Train from Glasgow to Wemyss Bay Station and Ferry Port (40 mins from Glasgow Central). Then ferry to Rothesay, Isle of Bute. Hostel 900m from ferry or take a taxi (taxi rank adjacent to terminal) which costs approximately £2.50.
  • Walks:

    Long Distance Walkers AssociationLong Distance Walks

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Facilities

aMixed dormitories
bSingle sex dormitories
cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
rDisabled Access
dBedding provided
gFully heated
oMeals available locally
kSelf catering facilities
!Bike/equipment store (unlocked)
iDrying room
jShowers
lShop
pClothes washing facilities
sComputer with internet
[WiFi
0VisitScotland Quality Assured
ZDogs by arrangement

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News & Offers from Bute Backpackers Hostel

Escape to the seaside this Winter with a visit to Rothesay on the Isle of Bute

October 6th 2020

Bute Backpackers is ready to welcome you. With panoramic views of Rothesay Bay from your accommodation and the Isle of Bute to explore, why not treat yourself to an Winter holiday that won’t break the bank?

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The 5 Ferry Challenge

August 22nd 2019

The five ferry challenge is a 51 mile route over mountains and sea.

The 5 Ferry Challenge route uses 5 ferries and 4 cycle rides around the Firth of Clyde and North Kintyre. Bute Backpackers at Rothsay is a great starting point. Take the first ferry from Wemyss Bay on the Scottish mainland to Rothsay on the Isle Bute for nights rest at Bute Backpackers. The next morning cycle across Bute to the ferry from Rhubodach on Bute to Colintraive. The next leg can be taken through Inveraray where Inveraray Hostel is available. Or cycle straight on to the ferry from Portavadie to Tarbet on the Kintyre Peninsular. The fourth ferry is from Claonaig to Lochranza on the Isle of Arran with a final cycle ride from Brodick back to the Scottish mainland at Ardrossan. The 5 Ferry route is a challenging ride through some of Scotland’s most breathtaking scenery.

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A Paddle Steamer experience!

January 2nd 2018

Rothesay on Bute, home of Bute Backpackers, is well known as a popular resort of the Clyde Steamers. The Waverley still sails doon the water in the summer, visiting Arran, Bute and Cumbrae.

Rothesay on Bute, home of Bute Backpackers, is well known as a popular resort of the Clyde Steamers. The Waverley still sails doon the water in the summer, visiting Arran, Bute and Cumbrae.

The Waverley Paddle Steamer can be seen visiting Rothesay and Bute Backpackers provide a great base to explore the island.  Thanks to Brian Sutherland for the photo of the Waverley paddle steamer in Brodick Bay, Arran.

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