• Gardiesfauld Hostel

    Uyeasound, Unst, Shetland, ZE2 9DW
    Gardiesfauld Hostel is on Unst, the most northerly of the Shetland Isles with spectacular cliffs sculpted by the Atlantic Ocean, sandy beaches & rocky outcrops where seals and otters appear. On the picturesque shore at Uyeasound, this refurbished hostel has good facilities and a relaxed atmosphere.
  • Orcades Hostel

    Muddisdale Road, Kirkwall, KW15 1RS
    Orcades Hostel in Kirkwall, Orkney's vibrant and busy largest town. Visit Kirkwall's magnificent medieval St Magnus Cathedral or use the excellent transport links to visit the rest of mainland or the other Orkney isles. You will always have a friendly welcome when you return.
  • Birsay Outdoor Centre

    Birsay, Orkney, KW17 2LY
    Birsay Hostel in the northwest corner of the Orkney mainland offers comfortable accommodation for up to 26. Close to spectacular coast, RSPB reserves and UNESCO heritage sites. Ideal for education trips, clubs & family gatherings. Well equipped kitchen, dining area, drying room and campsite.
  • Ayres Rock Hostel

    Ayre, Coo Road, Sanday, Orkney KW17 2AY
    Ayres Rock Hostel on the Orkney Isle of Sanday, is a 4* hostel with views over the Holms of Ire & Westray. With long stretches of unspoiled sandy beaches, an abundance of birds, seals and other wildlife, glittering seas, clear air and spectacular skies, Sanday is the perfect place to take time out.
  • Browns Hostel and Houses

    45/47 Victoria Street, Stromness, Orkney, KW16 3BS
    Browns Hostel provides self-catering accommodation in the captivating small town of Stromness, Orkney. Within walking/cycling distance of the ancient Maeshowe, Ring of Brodgar and Skara Brae. Stromness has a museum, art centre, festival, scuba diving, free fishing and ferries from mainland Scotland.
  • Hamnavoe Hostel

    10a North End Road, Stromness, Orkney, KW16 3AG
    Hamnavoe Hostel provides self catering accommodation on the waterfront at Stromness, Orkney. Relax in the tranquility of island life, visit the islands of Graemsay and Hoy and check out the ancient World Heritage Sites. Light, airy kitchen with views of the harbour. Single, family and twin rooms.
  • Hoy Centre

    Hoy, Orkney, KW16 3NJ
    The Hoy Centre, on the Orkney Isle of Hoy, is on a 3500ha RSPB reserve of upland heath and cliffs. Surrounded by a variety of wildlife and arctic hares. Ideal for peaceful holidays, outdoor education trips and family gatherings. Four star self-catering group accommodation, with twin en suite rooms.
  • Observatory Hostel

    NRBO, North Ronaldsay, Orkney Islands, KW17 2BE
    On a 34 acre croft managed by the North Ronaldsay Bird Observatory. Observatory Hostel is next to a shell sand beach visited by seals and unique seaweed-eating sheep. Spectacular bird migrations and outstanding views. The hostel sleeps 10 in three dormitories with a self-catering kitchen.
  • Chalmersquoy Accommodation

    Chalmersquoy, Westray, Orkney, KW17 2BZ
    Chalmersquoy provides four-star hostel accommodation and camping on Westray, the Queen of the Isles, of Orkney. Private rooms, kitchen and lounge with sea views. Explore the cliffs, beaches and seabirds on the island, visit the Heritage Centre and sample some the famously fresh fish.
  • Rackwick Hostel

    Rackwick Hostel, Rackwick, Hoy, Orkney, KW16 3NJ
    Rackwick Hostel, in the scenic Rackwick Valley in the north of Hoy, overlooks Rackwick Bay considered one of the most beautiful places in Orkney. Local wild flowers and bird life make this a must for naturalists. The North Hoy RSPB reserve, includes The Old Man of Hoy, a great place to see puffins.