The Highlands Hostels


The Highlands Travel Tips & Suggestions

Inverness is such a beautiful place. Take a walk at dusk along the canal and admire the beautiful old houses. Do a MacBackers tour through the higlands. Cheap as chips and a fabulous experience.
Durness is an amazing place. I went there this summer and it may the most beautiful place that I have ever been. It is also wonderfully peaceful. I could have sat on those beaches for hours. I didn't want to leave.
Kyle of Lochalsh is a quiet town in the Scottish Highlands, and is the gateway to the Isle of Skye, the link between Skye and the mainland. The bridge from Kyle of Lochalsh leads to Skye, and is the only way over to Skye by foot, unless you take a ferry across. If you are going to Skye, you will most likely end up in …
Durness sits in the far reaches of the Scottish Highlands. The area is widely uninhabited and the landscape is amazing. To reach Durness, you have to travel by a narrow, single-track road, which can sometimes be frightening if another large vehicle is coming down the opposite direction! Buses run fairly regularly from …
Newtonmore is a small village in the Scottish highlands, with a population of only around a thousand people. The town can be accessed by car, bus, or train. People who live in the village claim that Newtonmore is the exact centre of Scotland. There are plenty of walking trails -- including the Wildcar Trail and …
Inverness has become popular with tourists because of its close proximity to Loch Ness, and if you are looking for Nessie memorabilia, you won't leave Inverness empty handed. Along with hostels, Inverness also has the big shopping center area in the Highlands, and sports an abundance of malls and shopping centers, …
Fort William, the second-largest town in the Scottish Highlands situated on Loch Linnhe and located just three hours from Glasgow, has some stunning scenery and is often used as settings for various movies and TV shows. The town has train and bus links, making it an easy place to reach for anyone on a budget. Fort …
Situated close to Loch Ness, Glenmoriston is a river glen that covers a wide area. There is much to see and do in the highlands around the glen, although perhaps not in terms of parties or nightlife. It is not too difficult to reach Glenmoriston by bus or by car or cycle. Your Glenmoriston hostel is a good stopping …
Carrbridge is a small village tucked in the Highlands of Scotland. Surrounded by forests and mountains, a visit to Carrbridge will delight any outdoor adventurer any time of year. Carrbridge hostels are not centrally located in the village, and you may have a difficult time reaching them if you are relying on public …