Findhorn Village Hostel, Church Place, Findhorn, Forres, Moray, IV36 3YR
Call Richard on 01309 692339 or 07496 230266
OverviewLocated in the heart of the coastal village of Findhorn with only a short walk to the dunes or The Park community. Situated in the North East of Scotland on the Moray firth. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty which overlooks the renowned Findhorn Bay and Culbin Forest known for their wealth of wildlife such as ospreys, seals & dolphins. The Speyside area is recognised for its Whiskey production and has a number of distilleries within easy reach of the village. The Cairngorm mountains are less than an hour's drive to the south giving access to some of Scotland’s finest walking and views
This self-catering hostel is a conversion of the former village school which can be booked by groups or individuals. It has a well equipped kitchen and sitting room with Netflix, Freeview TV and WIFI. The Building has central heating and showers with Conference rooms available on request.
There are two dormitories of 5 bunk beds (Sleeping 10 people). A private room that sleeps 2 (The Mates Cabin) with the option of an extra folding bed. A small family room with en suite bathroom for up to 4 people (The Captains Suites). A modern studio flat with 4 bunk beds and a fold away double bed. The studio has a mini kitchen and a private bathroom suitable for disabled use and is called The Lobster Pot.
Beds & Rooms:31: 2x10, 1x3, 1x2/3 plus studio flat
Open:All year. Office hours 10am-3pm Mon to Fri.
Price per night:£30pp, Captains Suite £80, Lobster Pot £110.
Booking:Booking is essential via email, phone or online. We ask groups for a deposit then payment in full one month prior to visit. Individuals should pay in full on after confirmation of their booking.
Directions:B9011 into Findhorn then turn right at the church. Findhorn village centre is directly ahead.
Public Transport:Trains and buses are available to Forres. Bus No 31 runs hourly (except Sundays) from Forres to Findhorn (until 18.15) and stops by the church.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
By the Sea Near a Castle Available to Individuals Walking Festivals Accessible to disabled people
MapView Nearby Hostels
January 14th 2015
With a total of 29 miles the Moray Coast cycle trail makes an easy cycle holiday for a family or walking holiday for a group. There are plenty of local attractions on route and you can watch for dolphins and enjoy eating fresh fish from the thriving local fishing industry.Read More
Findhorn Hostel – open for Winter 2020.
July 3rd 2020
Please get in touch for details.
Moray Walking and Outdoor Festival, 14th to 23rd June 2019.
May 28th 2019
Greet midsummer with a big challenge or a gentle amble and book a stay at Findhorn Hostels walkers accommodation.
Why not take part in one of the many events and walks taking place over 6 days at the Moray Outdoor Festival and book a stay at Findhorn Hostel on the Moray Coast. Less then a hours drive from Inverness airport. The Moray coast is unspoiled, the harbour villages have been used as film sets in atmospheric Scottish films like Whisky Galore and Local Hero. Its common to spot dolphins in the Moray Firth from Findhorn village and there are four great hostels spread along the coast line with walks and cycle ways between them. Come and see for yourself.
The Fantastic Findhorn Village Hostel
April 9th 2019
Fancy relaxing in the coastal village of Findhorn, on the Moray Coast, this summer?
Our warm, vibrant hostel sleeps up to 24. We have a wide range of facilities and activities available to ensure that you have the best time away.
Nearby you can take a short walk to the dunes, or wander through the husky trees and rich wildlife of the Culbin Forest all in an area of outstanding natural beauty. A little further out are the Cairngorm Mountains, giving access to some of Scotland’s finest walks and views.
Findhorn Village is full of things to do and is a great experience for all the family. To find out more about what else we have to offer just click here or call us on 01309 692339.