Coll Bunkhouse, Arinagour, Isle of Coll, Argyll, PA78 6SY
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OverviewColl Bunkhouse provides five star hostel accommodation in the Inner Hebrides. The beautiful Isle of Coll offers so much, whether you are into walking, stargazing, wildlife-spotting, diving, cycling, sailing or kayaking, you can do it all. The bunkhouse is bright and airy, with 16 beds in two dorms of 6 and one room which can be booked for exclusive use for up to 4 people. Ideal for small groups or independent travellers. The building is modern with level access throughout including one level access WC and shower room and a fully equipped kitchen. Individual rooms can be booked for exclusive use and discounts of between 10% and 55% are available for groups that book all rooms for 2 nights or more. Whether you're looking for an island adventure or a quiet place to relax, a warm welcome awaits.
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Beds & Rooms:16: 2x6, 1x4
Open:All year. 24 hours.
Price per night:From £24pp with exclusive-use room rates available. During Covid the bunkhouse is only available for exclusive use only with prices starting at £140.
Booking:Not always essential but highly recommended especially in the busy summer months. Full payment is required at time of booking, or a deposit for a group booking.
Directions:Coll Bunkhouse is situated in the centre of the village of Arinagour, close to the local shop, cafe, hotel/bar. From the ferry follow the road until you see An Cridhe, the new community centre. The bunkhouse is next to the community centre on your left hand side. From the airport take the road to Arinagour. The bunkhouse is on your right hand side as you enter the village. Airport to the bunkhouse is a journey of approximately 6 miles. A taxi can be arranged.
Public Transport:Ferry from Oban takes 2.40 hours. Sailings every day in summer and five times a week in winter. Flights can be booked from Oban. Bikes are free on the ferry and can be booked onto trains to Oban.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Now is the time to experience the beauty of a Hebridean winter
November 1st 2020
Visit Coll Bunkhouse on the Isle of Coll. Exclusive use for a max of 3 households (up to 8 persons in total). Allocated WC/Shower per room. Accessible & close to Coll’s amenities.
There’s nothing quite like a sunny winter beach walk and either a dram on the beach or time out at the Coll Hostel after a day of exploring. Our Dark Sky is second to none and we are the only UK island to be awarded the designation of International Dark Sky Community. With a more temperate climate, thanks to the Gulf Stream, we enjoy milder temperatures and some of the highest hours of sunshine to be found anywhere in the UK.
Looking for an autumn or winter escape on a paradise island??
October 2nd 2020
Open for exclusive use. Dogs welcome. Up to 6 adults and their children from a maximum of 2 households (in line with covid regulations). Shower/WC per room.
Enjoy winter walks on Coll’s stunning beaches. Accessible and close to all Coll’s amenities. Experience the beauty of autumn/winter on Coll. Experience Coll’s dark skies from the comfort of the bunkhouse.
Isle of Coll – Book a spectacular bunkhouse (max 2 households, up to 6 people total)
September 1st 2020
A modern, accessible bunkhouse with 3 rooms (allocated WC/shower) & comfortable open plan living/kitchen/dining space. Situated in Coll’s village, it’s a great base for exploring our paradise island.
‘Everything about my stay in the bunkhouse was 5-star. The staff were amazing and the facilities include everything you could possibly need, and more!! Ideally located on this absolute gem of an island.’ Guest review, March 2020