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. This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:16: 2x6, 1x4
Open:All year. 24 hours.
Price per night:£22pp (dorm). Private rooms from £110 (quin), £80 (quad), £65 (triple), £50 (twin). Discount of 10% to 55% for sole use for 2 nights or more.
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 from Oban four times a week. Bikes are free on the ferry and can be booked onto trains to Oban. Free car parks in Oban.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is available to individuals, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Wedding Venue page, the ideal for retreats page and the Skye and the Hebrides map.
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Coll, Community, Comedy, Cosmos, Circus & Corncrake
March 13th 2019
A visit to our hidden gem of the Hebrides, the Isle of Coll, offers community and wildlife, awesome beaches and great food, tranquillity and outdoor sports, AND we also have a number of events on throughout the year.
Why not have an island-break with a difference and tie it in with one of our unique events? This spring we have comedy with Chris Forbes (star of BBC’s Scot Squad), Circus Alba and the Walking Theatre, as well our annual events Coll Bird Festival and Coll & the Cosmos.
Coll offers a more intimate experience at events like Coll Bird Festival and Coll & the Cosmos, with guests having ample opportunity to engage with the experts. Our events are also quite unique because of our location, making use either of An Cridhe (our fantastic venue) or our great outdoors. On Coll, you can combine unique and rare wildlife with community, tranquillity, great food and drink, sports and our fantastic events. It’s the ultimate escape. Visit Events to learn more about what is on.
Dark Sky, stunning beaches, warmer climes and local produce. Coll has it all in the winter!
September 7th 2018
As the nights start to draw in, there’s no better time to be on Coll. Not only do you not have to stay up light to see our awesome Dark Sky, but our daytime temperatures will soon be a good bit warmer than the mainland thanks to the Gulf Stream effect.
Autumn and Winter walks on our many stunning white sands are not to be missed and, before settling down with the lights off to gaze at our starry sky, you can feast on local produce and (hopefully) get a chance to chat with some of our welcoming community at the café or the hotel and bar. If you’d like to get a real feel for island life, try a winter visit.
New Year, New Adventures – experience island life
January 5th 2018
You’ve perhaps visited Scottish islands in the summer but have you tried the winter.
There’s nothing like it for dramatic scenery (not just here, but on the journey too), relaxation and the opportunity to experience real community life. After a day of cycling, walking, kayaking, and visiting our awesome beaches, or choosing a quiet spot to watch wildlife, you can relax in our 5-star bunkhouse (Visit Scotland), enjoy a pint and a natter with locals in the pub, and gaze at our awesome starry sky on your way back to the Bunkhouse . Did you know that Coll benefits from the warmth of the Gulf Stream – often considerably warmer than the mainland – and has some of the highest number of hours of sunshine per year in the UK.
Coll Bunkhouse has availability throughout January and February 2018 for individual travellers or groups. We have great offers available for ‘whole bunkhouse’ bookings (sleeps up to 16), ideal for groups looking for a unique location for a celebration, or for walking/ cycling etc. We also have a discount available for longer stays (5 nights or more) which is automatically applied on booking. Winter is a great time of year to relax and enjoy the sense of community on Coll, and a longer stay gives you the chance to experience the island at its best.