Isle of Muck Bunkhouse, Isle of Muck, Port Mor, Isle of Muck, PH41 2RP
Isle of Muck Bunkhouse is a self-catering hostel, which can also be hired as a holiday cottage. Overlooking the ferry port of Port Mor, it is near to The Craft Shop & Tearoom and to the island’s Community Hall. The Isle of Muck is just 2 miles long by 1 mile wide and has a population of 46 people. With a rich cultural heritage and amazing wildlife, Muck is the perfect place to come to relax and unwind. Visitors are not allowed to bring cars to the island so this is a great opportunity to explore by foot or bike. The bunkhouse has a fully-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, gas cooker, fridge freezer, microwave and washing machine. There’s an adjoining living area, two toilets and a shower. There is also WiFi, cards, games and a selection of books. The bunkhouse is available for monthly lets out of season for those who would like to work, study or escape to this west coast community. BYO towel and all the food you will need as there is no general store on Muck. There is a Co-op in Mallaig and Spar shops in Mallaig and Arisaig and a general store on the Isle of Eigg. Either purchase supplies before you arrive, or order it to be sent over on the ferry. The island also has a Craft Shop & Tearoom which is open Easter-September (01687 462990 for opening times). The tearoom sells delicious homemade soups, sandwiches, quiche and cakes. A great place for morning coffee, lunches and afternoon teas. The Craft Shop sells some crafts and stocks a few provisions.This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.
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8: 3×2(bunks) 1×2 (double)
All year. Monthly lets available out of season.
£20pp (plus £5 per stay if bed linen is required). £80 sole use. £490 for a weeks sole use.
Book via email or telephone, Payment by BACS, cash or cheque – we are unable to process credit/debit cards.
The Bunkhouse is close to the pier where the ferry arrives, and the Bunkhouse warden will meet visitors.
Ferries from Arisaig (www.arisaig.co.uk – summer months only), and Mallaig (www.calmac.co.uk).