There are over 30 National Trust Bunkhouses, Basecamps and Bothies in the Independent Hostel Guide, all in spectacular locations. The bunkhouses are ideal for groups and provide self-catering accommodation often in the grounds of National Trust Estates. Often previously know as basecamps this accommodation is set in beautiful countryside within National Parks or along unspoiled coastline. Most bunkhouses have dormitories or private rooms with bunk-beds, a social area to gather and cook, showers, electricity and heating.
National Trust Bothies are often in isolated locations, and are the perfect getaway for those who really want to escape from modern life – especially if you like the idea of no electricity or heating, sleeping platforms without mattresses, water from hand-pumps, gas lighting and camp-fire cooking.