Coll Bunkhouse, Arinagour, Isle of Coll, Argyll, PA78 6SY

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Coll 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 Walkers AssociationLong 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, the Skye and the Hebrides map and the dark sky area.


aMixed dormitories
cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
rDisabled Access
dBedding provided
gFully heated
oMeals available locally
kSelf catering facilities
iDrying room
pClothes washing facilities
sComputer with internet
0VisitScotland Quality Assured
ZDogs by arrangement


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Latest Blog about Coll Bunkhouse

Inner Hebrides by Cycle

December 31st 2014

Coll and Tiree are two remote unspoiled Scottish islands in the Inner Hebrides and yet surprisingly easy to reach by ferry from Oban. We left the cars behind and travelled by bike making for a very relaxed, healthy and economical holiday.

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bike on Tiree
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News & Offers from Coll Bunkhouse

Winter Escapes on the Caribbean of the Hebrides

September 11th 2019

Winter escapes are at their best on the Isle of Coll. Picture yourself on white sands at the edge of the world. View our awesome starry sky from the doorstep. Dine out with a view. Feel the welcome!

From beautiful white sands and a picturesque village on the banks of Loch Eatharna, to great food and drink (with a view) and an awesome starry sky, the Isle of Coll is a true getaway. Time moves more slowly here and relaxation takes on a new meaning, even if you are one of our more active visitors. As Scotland’s only island International Dark Sky Community it is no surprise that astronomers come here to enjoy our starry sky, but you don’t have to be an expert, or even an amateur, to be amazed by what is on offer here. Our days are also quite something as we benefit from some of the highest sunshine hours per annum in the UK and, thanks to the Gulf Stream, have a more temperate winter climate than the mainland. During the day there are loads of white sands to explore and the road that leads you to them has a different view around every corner. Most of the island facilities are situated in our beautiful village where visitors receive a warm welcome. Whiling away the time in the village is not just for locals. Our modern community centre provides a multitude of facilities for locals and visitors, from sports and games to events, a gym (inductions can be arranged), reading material and a wonderful space to relax. Our local restaurants use local produce where possible and have wonderful views. Visitors regularly comment on the welcome received. We are open over Christmas and New Year and have a great group discounts during the winter months. Additional discounts are available for long stays.


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.


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