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Victoria Drive, Inverness, IV2 3QB, United Kingdom – Show map
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WiFi is available in public areas and costs GBP 3 per hour.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Vending machine (drinks), Vending machine (snacks), 24-hour front desk, Luggage storage, Lockers, Shared lounge/TV area, Laundry, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
15:00 - 23:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 12.45 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 415 reviews Very good
The overall opinion from myself and my grandchildren was very favourable, the fact that there are board games available was really thoughtful. We use the hostel frequently and it is good value for money.
lovely bright warm communal lounge, comfortable bed and clean, smell and hair free showers!
I enjoyed my 2 night stay in the Inverness youth hostel, i have no complaints, things there suited me very well. I shall use this hostel again if possible the next time i need a good cheap place to stay. Many thanks to the staff who assisted me ...
very clean and friendly. thanks guys
Big kitchen fitted with everything you would ever need. Sink with mirror in room. Very helpful staff, even printed out bus timetables for me.
Only had two sockets in a 6-bed room which were close to the door and in no way convenient. Didn't seem to have a lot of bathroom facilities in a wing, but it wasn't peak season when I visited so I had no trouble with that. Close to zero network connection in this place, both in my room and in common areas. The wifi was 1 GBP for 20 minutes, not a fast connection, and cannot be shared between devices. If it gets disrupted midway you have to pay again for another session, which was annoying given how expensive it is.
The kitchen facilities are amazing. It's a well organized hostel. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
We were there over the weekend and there was a lot of noise over night from other guests (other rooms) who were coming in in the middle of the night. The walls are very thin. Internet access is a bit expensive.
Lovely building and kindly staff, very clean and handy for the town centre.
I must have gone at an unlucky time...coach loads of adolescents were staying there! I leave you to guess... Into my room came 3 Chinese girls who thought that washing their clothes in the shower at 1am was acceptable behaviour and flashing their phones in my eyes while using them as torches by 2.30am was also ok. By 3am I decided to tell them what would happen if they didn't stop....well they didn't! On and on all night they went, till I got up, washed, dressed and sat out the rest of my night down in the lobby. It was 5am, there wasn't anyone at the desk so I dozed till 6.10 unlocked the front door and trundled off for my early bus. Never again thank goodness!
the matras was very bad indeed: I had to sleep under my sleeping bag because I was forced to use the duvet against the cutting in my flesh of the spiral springs of the matras.
The staff had kindly put me in a room they expected to be quieter as I had informed them I was running the following day and needed a good nights sleep. The room itself was typical of a hostel room, but with two single and one set of bunk beds, and with only three occupants this meant a bed each. The bed was comfortable, and the room and other facilities were warm and clean, and the hostel has an excellent range of facilities and it is only a short walk into the city centre, to the railway station and to Bught Park (where the Marathon Festival was held). I would use this hostel again if I was visiting Inverness.
Unfortunately my room mates were quite noisy when they came in, one shone her torch in my face at 11pm, which woke me up, and one (possibly the same one) unplugged my Garmin, which I was charging for the race, without asking, while I was asleep, so that she could charge her phone. I thought that this was quite rude and selfish, but is not a reflection on the property as they cannot control their guests' behaviour. Since I was leaving the room at 5:45am, and managed to accidentally lock myself out while moving my bag into the corridor (oops!), I can't imagine I was their favourite room-share either!
A nice way to meet fellow travelers.
Some people were very noisy most of the night in the room next door one of the nights I stayed.
The location is really good though around 15 minutes walking from Inverness rail station. Staff was very helpful.
Friendly, warm and clean hostel, good facilities and good location.
The pillow was awful, had to buy a new one. Walls very thin so place was noisy especially from adjoining bathroom and bunk rooms.
The hostel is clean, the room was nice and everything was ok in general.
The fact that they did charge for almost everything, including the use of wi-fi, was a bit annoying. Be careful with the special conditions, because I booked considering the price as published in the site, but then they charged £4 extra for each person to my debit card (that was £12) for not being a member of some hostel thing.
Big lockers that your entire suitcase fits into.
There was at least 1 big group staying there and they completely took over all of the facilities. Thats what you get when you have a huge hostel. But you couldn't get into breakfast while they were there, you couldn't use the kitchen while they were there, and they were super noisy at night. Location, was a 15 minute walk from the city center, so not bad, but not great.
I liked the large dining and lounge spaces.
It was too far from the centre of the town for easy food shopping.
The hostel is big, clean and comfy and the location is ok.
Many people arrived at the same time, and the receptionist just seemed totally lost and there was a long wait. So when we finally managed to get booked and go to the kitchen for dinner, we had another surprise waiting for us... A sports team was staying at this hostel at the same time, consisting of ~30 people. Once we went to the kitchen to cook dinner, we were immediately told (by their coach?/cook?) that in 10 minutes some 30 odd people would arrive all at once and that we should please hurry up so that we could leave as they'd need the space...Obviously this wasnt the hostels fault, but they could have handled it differently and asked the team to dine at two different times so as to not block the entire kitchen for the rest of the hostel.
Close to Inverness
For the price, £30 each, with no breakfast, for a twin room, I thought it was too expensive for a basic hostel.
I like the environment here， comfortable, cosy, and peaceful. I got a good sleep at that time. Thanks
The hotel hasn’t access to internet，also a WiFi code is to expensive for a customer
For a backpacker who has to carry loads of things,this hostel is just way too far to find...
the room is clean
wifi is expensive
There is a 24 hour reception. Aside from this there is not much to like. It isn't nearly as cheap as you would think, considering they nickel and dime you for things like WiFi and shower towels. The location is out in the boonies. Not beautiful, pictureque boonies, but massive outside-city-centre parking lot boonies.
Sharing a room with two octogenarian emphysemics does not lend itself to quality *cough* sleep *coughhack* nor does it feel much like a Youth hostel...
Nice clean place to stay
Everything except fact there is no free wifi throughout hostel as in Eurohostel etc
No wi fi
The noisy neighbors in the next room.
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