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Inversnaid Bunkhouse., Inversnaid, FK8 3TU, United Kingdom – Show map
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BBQ facilities, Garden
Food & Drink
Bar, Restaurant (à la carte), Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Luggage storage, Shared lounge/TV area, Laundry, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
12:00 - 22:00 hours
09:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cots in the room.
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 allowed. Charges may be applicable.
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Based on 102 reviews
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Score from 281 reviews Good
Loved the character of the place! Loved the characters in the place! And the price, is hard to beat! Cheers we enjoyed the stay.
To be fair we wanted a no frills bed to sleep in as cheap as possible. That's what we got, so there are no complaints only positives.
I like the fact that you can meet new people from around the world. But then again you can do that anywhere.
Usually you get what you pay for, but in the UK everything is expensive and this is no different from staying in a bunkhouse/hostel. I would recommend paying 10 pounds or so more and stay at a hotel. The majority of the staff was nice but one in particular was blatantly hitting on me making me uncomfortable; I found out he has a girlfriend while hitting on customers...still so not cool! The beds were terribly uncomfortable, you can feel every spring pushing against your back. I don't even think they wash the comforters on the beds! They just folded them in place for the next person. The food was passable but not high quality. The salmon carbonara was watery and lacked flavor with little topping of mushrooms and salmon. They need to offer more solutions for special diets that include a gluten-free and dairy free breakfasts instead of cereal with milk and toasts. The prices were rich than they should have been...I noticed when I paid my tab a piece of toast cost around about £1.50! Best to bring your own food for A LOT LESS! Or go to the nearby Inversnaid hotel for way better food with fair prices! A 3 course dinner is £12.50! I would not go to this bunkhouse hostel again nor recommend it to anyone.
No locks on the doors : anyone can enter your room (double bed rooms) at any time. View on a creek but not on the loch although it is mentionned on the booking.com description. Window door with a store but not properly protected from potential outside viewer.
Friendliness of staff and interest in what we had done in the day.
The area is nice, with pretty walking paths and lake. Restaurant upstairs was practical though the food wasn't good.
The beds are way too small for standard people, when the noise (doors being shut, upstairs restaurant noises, like chairs being moved etc.) wasn't keeping us up, bumping our feet or head was. Not enough bathrooms and showers, shower area easily dirty. No locks in the doors, so expect people to walk in day or night (happened with us)! No comfort and very small rooms. Would expect to pay max. 15 euros per person per night instead of double. Price doesn't include any meals and the meals upstairs are pricey since the food isn't good. Don't expect a good night's rest unless you are short and use the ear plugs provided in a bowl in the room (looked suspiciously dirty...)
The food was fantastic - the best on the WHW. The staff were friendly and helpful. The free ride up the hill from the trail was much appreciated (and the return ride down the next morning)! The room was functional and clean. The hike from Rowardennan to Inverarnan was too long and difficult for my wife. Inversnaid bunkhouse was an excellent place to break the hike into two manageable days.
Atmosphere, Food, staff, clean!
Food and surrounding area. Very friendly staff
Rooms are very basic. Two beds and a table. Very small rooms felt a bit like a prison cell except no locks on the room. Restaurant food and staff excellent though.
friendly staff. when we arrived in inversnaid we phoned the bunkhouse and a lovely gentleman came and collected us and took us to bunkhouse, great service. Hot tub sorry we never had time to use it but will next time.
no locks on bedroom doors.
Delicious meal - the beef and ale stew was amazing.
food was expensive for a budget location. It would have been nice to have some cheaper options.
Friendly staff and a superb location on the West Highland Way. Good food too!
Need toilets to be separate to showers - one toilet and shower room just wasn't enough for the 'girls' in the morning!
A very nice place; good atmosphere and a nice launch for sitting and relaxing. The place and the area are beautiful.
The beds weren't so comfortable and the place is a little out of the way (if you're by foot)
The bunkhouse was very hard to find but very welcoming on arrival . Thanks to all the staff.
It was all ok the food looked really nice apart from being told there stopped serving 9.
Loved the room in the log cabin and it would have been perfect to have both nights in there but it was fully booked for the second night but the camping was a great laugh.
The friendly staff and like minded guests made the stay a wonderful experience. Thanks guys - loved it.
- amazing views on the way to the Bunkhouse and also at the Loch Lomond, which is accessible within 15 min walk - excellent, friendly staff - great value for money - excellent kitchen for self-catering with a lovely living room
Food was good. Location was great for West Highland Way. Staff really friendly and helpful.
I realise the Commonwealth Games had just finished, but £60 for a basic room without breakfast [or towels!] was not good value. Thanks to the great staff for throwing in the breakfast though.
Bar and service
short beds, hearing washing machines at night
The staff where lovely
It's up a 15 mile cul-de-sac.
The hosts were lovely, accommodating and helpful. It's great that they do pick ups and drop offs to the bottom of the hill…. it's quite a distance to walk after a long day. 3 bed rooms didn't seem to crowded, although they are rather small.
At the same price as a good hostel (£20), it would have been nice to have some self-catering facilities. There is only one toilet/shower for females, so you'll likely have to wait. Beds are a bit squeaky but they do provide ear plugs in the room, if you need them to sleep!
As I said was amazing we will definately be back to take a hike and enjoy the beautiful views. The staff were so helpful and down to earth and a good laugh
Great pick up service from end of hiking trail. Good food, nice people. Decent room for a tired hiker.
Clean, great food and friendly staff, beautiful views.
Room very, very warm at night as really too small for number of people in it. Charges for hot tub and breakfast a bit steep. Noisy - they offer earplugs everywhere and there is a good reason but they don't drown out the fact there is no sound insulation in the place. Mattress had springs poking through. Not enough toilets and showers.
very remote area, good if you're looking to stay away from crowds and noise
very arrogant staff, only 1 female bathroom, another is mixed, you have to wait ages. Staff practically force you to eat there, food takes ages to be served as only one waitress and one chef. no towels provided. Very noisy (kitchen is above the rooms and from 6am it is impossible to sleep. There's a lack of interaction with people. bad atmosphere. very disappointed
Everything! Staff more than welcoming and helpful, landscpaes breathtakingly beautiful...
The fact that the bedrooms can't be locked. No signal at all in the area. Midges, get prepared!
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