Kintail Lodge Bunkhouses, Kintail Lodge Hotel, Glenshiel, Kyle of Lochalsh, Ross-shire, IV40 8HL
Kintail Lodge stands at the foot of the Five Sisters of Kintail, right on the shores of Loch Duich. It is an ideal base for touring Skye and the Western Highlands or for bagging some of the 30 Munros in the area. In the grounds of the hotel there are two budget accommodation units which are especially popular with walkers, climbers and fishermen. The Wee Bunk House has a cosy room with bunks to sleep 6 people and a snack kitchen containing fridge, hot rings, kettle, microwave and basic cooking utensils. There is a shower room with a toilet and the building is wheelchair friendly. The Trekkers’ Lodge sleeps 6 people in two twin rooms and two single rooms, each with their own washbasin. There are 2 shower rooms with toilets and a snack kitchen equipped as in the Wee Bunkhouse. After a long day in the hills you can unwind in the relaxed atmosphere of the traditional Kintail Bar, where good food is served and beer is plentiful, or enjoy the lochside garden and patio. Packed lunches available. Full Scottish breakfast in the hotel £15.00. Continental breakfast in hotel £10.00.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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Trekkers’ Lodge 6: 2×2, 2×1, Wee Bunkhouse 6: 1×6.
All year/all day (with winter restrictions).
£17.00pp, 3+ nights £16.50pp. Sole use of Trekkers’ Lodge £95, Sole use of Wee Bunkhouse £90. Duvet and towel £6.50
Book by phone or email with credit card details.
Kintail Lodge is situated on the A87 between Invergarry and the Isle of Skye Bridge.
See Citylink website. Inverness to Skye or Glasgow to Skye.
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There are over 20 Munros within easy reach of the bunhouses at Kintail Lodge
Kintail Lodge is at the foot of the Five Sisters of Kintail and the area of Glen Shiel has some of the most rugged mountain scenery in the Scottish Highlands. A fine mountain in the area is The Saddle which contains the Forcan Ridge, one of the most exhilarating ridges in the country. The North and the South Glen Shiel Ridges offer excellent days out for the experienced walker but the most famous walk is the Five Sisters of Kintail – a truly classic climb with picture postcard views and flanks that rise for over 1000m. For the less serious walker, the Falls of Glomach, one of the highest waterfalls in Britain, offers a nice day out with a good chance of seeing Golden Eagles and Deer. These are just a few of the many high- and low-level walks in the area.
Cyclists who like hill climbs and fabulous views, will find Kintail Lodges Bunkhouse a great venue for their training.
Kintail Lodge Bunkhouse on the side of Loch Duich is a mile from the famous Bealach Ratagan hill climb and a challenging 30 mile ride from Bealach Na BA hill climb. Fabulous views over the Western Isles on the 60 mile return trip and the Lodge’s restaurant and pub to enjoy when you get back