Craignure Bunkhouse, Craignure Bunkhouse, Craignure, Isle Of Mull, Argyll And Bute, PA65 6AY
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OverviewCraignure Bunkhouse is an eco-sensitive hostel in an atmospheric setting, close to Craignure Pier where the ferry arrives from Oban. Next to the bunkhouse is The Craignure Inn, a popular traditional inn offering food, drink and a welcoming atmosphere. Craignure is the hub for the island bus services and tourist information. The bunkhouse has a biomass boiler and solar powered heating. There are two rooms of 6 beds and two rooms of 4 beds, each with an en suite shower. Each bunk has a locker, a reading light and USB port. The Convivial is a large communal room, with a well equipped kitchen, ample dining space, plenty of books/games and a large Freesat television surrounded by comfortable couches and chairs. Free WiFi throughout the building. Bedlinen is provided and towels can be hired. Laundry, secure equipment/bike store and drying room are available.Dog friendly by prior arrangement, guests must book a room for exclusive use if bringing a dog, there is a dog charge of £7.50 per night. Mull has great beaches. A visit to Duart Castle, a sea trip to Staffa, ferry trip to Iona, or a shopping trip to Tobermory are all recommended.
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Beds & Rooms:20: 2x4, 2x6
Open:All year. Closed 10am-4pm for cleaning.
Price per night:Private en-suite rooms from £90 availability and pricing is online. Sole hostel use by arrangement within current government guidelines. Solo travellers welcome, please call direct for rates.
Booking:Online or by phone
Directions:From Craignure pier, turn left and look out for the Craignure Inn 350 metres down the road. The bunkhouse is next door.
Public Transport:Ferries from Oban dock at Craignure Pier. Coaches and trains run frequently from Glasgow to Oban. Craignure is the hub for the island buses.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable August Bank Holiday 2021 Available Autumn Half Term 2021 Available February Half Term 2022 Available Easter 2022 Available May Day Bank Holiday 2022 Available Spring Bank Holiday or Whitson Half Term 2022
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Craignure Bunkhouse Is Excited To Welcome You
April 26th 2021
As of April 26th Craignure Bunkhouse is open for exclusive use. From May 17th, en-suite rooms will be available for private use, and the lounge will be open with social distancing measures in place.
Rest assured, your holiday will be safe at Craignure Bunkhouse. You’ll be provided with a kettle or flask for hot water, as well as tea/coffee facilities for your room. With the kitchen closed, this is a great chance to take advantage of the lovely outdoor space and cook alfresco on a camping stove. However, the pub is open and serving food if you don’t fancy cooking!
As soon as allowed, come to the Isle of Mull and stay at our fantastic eco bunkhouse
February 26th 2021
Craignure Bunkhouse will be open as soon as restrictions are lifted. Our en suite rooms (2 x 6 bed and 2 x 4 bed) will be available for private hire for your family. Bring your dog too and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this magical island.
Life on the Isle of Mull takes on a slower pace in Winter with many activities for the outdoor enthusiast
September 2nd 2020
Craignure Bunkhouse is open throughout the winter season. All rooms are en-suite and available for exclusive use from £50. We are offering two households the opportunity to book a half hostel.
This is for a maximum of 6 adults and their children. Two bedrooms rooms with daytime access , use of the kitchen facilities, seating area and boot room.
January 28th 2019
An opportunity for me and my family to spend five super days on a fresh air holiday on Mull, which is fast becoming my favourite island. We did see Eagles on three separate occasions but sadly, look as we did, the shy elusive otters evaded our attention. What better reason to come back.Read More