Torran Bay Hostel, Torran Farm, Ford, Lochgilphead. PA31 8RH
Call Sheila Brolly on 01546 810133
OverviewWith 16 en suite rooms and great views of Loch Awe, Torran Bay Hostel is the perfect base for a fantastic Highlands holiday. Fishing from Torran Farm land is available or why not venture out on the loch? Boat and canoe launching is available along with a large parking area. Just 30 miles from Oban, 13 miles from Lochgilphead and close to the Crinnan canal, Torran Bay is located at the south end of Loch Awe which is 25 miles long. Excellent for fishing for brown trout, pike, arctic char, perch and roach or just a day relaxing on the loch. Other activities include walking, on Torran Farm land and beyond, hiking, cycling, bird watching and golf. The hostel can accommodate up to 40 guests, with rooms arranged in different combinations. It has two well equipped kitchens for self-catering and the local Indian/Chinese takeaway delivers to the hostel. Prices includes continental breakfast and all rooms have TV and DVD. This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:34: 10 x 2 or double, 2 x double and single, 1 x 4 , 2 x 3
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:From £50 to £72 per room, including continental breakfast and parking. Group bookings welcome..
Booking:booking 4 rooms or more, full payment required 14 days before arrival
Directions:From Glasgow take A82 to Tarbet then take the A83 to Lochgilphead, Lochgilphead to Kilmartin A816. 1 mile past Kilmartin follow signs to Ford B840. From Ford take Dalavich road for 1 mile. Hostel on the right.
Public Transport:Buses Lochgilphead to Ford, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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September 16th 2015
The area around Torran Bay has an impressive history with many ancient and medieval historical sites nearby – stone circles, cairns, castles – many free to access. The local church has a fascinating collection of medieval grave-slabs and a visit to Dunadd Fortress where the early Scottish Kings were crowned is a must.Read More
Dogs very welcome at Torran Bay Hostel – a great location for dog walking
November 6th 2019
Discover the heart of Scottish culture at our self catering, dog friendly accommodation on the shores of Loch Awe.
Our hostel has a range of private and family rooms available. Our self catering facilities allow you to enjoy a homely atmosphere and a wonderful holiday on a budget and for a special treat meals can be purchased at one of the nearby towns/villages. Torran Bay is situated on a farm in the Scottish highlands, allowing you to experience exciting adventures or blissful relaxing in the serenity; you can keep up with your social life and upload stunning photos of the magnificent scenery using our free WiFi! We are within one mile of the NCN and offer a drying room for any equipment.
Torran Bay has rooms available at New Year and Christmas 2019
November 5th 2019
Torran Bay Hostel is a tranquil escape situated on the banks of Loch Awe, surrounded by the natural scenery and wildlife. The is part of a 1600 acre farm of rugged hills and lake shore. Whether you stay in and enjoy the views, climb to the top of the hills or just walk the banks of Loch Awe the scenery will make your festive holiday. A popular destination for New Year with only 8 rooms still available during the period from 27th Dec to 4th Jan.
With 16 en suite rooms, Torran Bay Hostel lies at the southern end of Loch Awe. A perfect base for your holiday. Enjoy excellent fishing or launch your boat from Torran Farm land and spend the day on the 25 mile long loch. Other activities include hiking, cycling, bird watching or golf. Prices includes continental breakfast and all rooms have TV and DVD.
Stay at the water’s edge of Loch Awe!
December 18th 2018
With canoe and kayak launching facilities we encourage you to get out in the water and have a ball! I promise you will be “awe”d by the pure beauty 😉
With astonishing views of Loch Awe and 16 en suite rooms what better place to stay when exploring the Highlands!