Set in one of Scotland's most spectacular and historic glens, not far from Glencoe village, this alpine-style youth hostel provides an excellent base for walkers and climbers of all abilities – not just in summer but all year round. Glencoe Youth Hostel is perfect if you’re going for a scramble in Coire Gabhail – the dramatic Lost Valley – or tackling Britain’s finest ridge walk, the Aonach Eagach, which ends at the hostel. Visit the Glencoe mountain resort for skiing and mountain biking or cycle the Sustrans path to Oban. Or simply relax and be inspired by the dramatic scenery and history of this famous glen. Popular with walkers, climbers and families, the hostel offers private en-suite family rooms as well as great value shared accommodation. There’s a large open plan kitchen/dining room with generous cooking facilities and ample dining tables, and, we've been told, one of the best drying rooms in the Scottish highlands. Dogs are welcome at Glencoe, for a small fee, when guests book a private room. Please notify the property in advance to ensure that a dog friendly room is allocated. Free parking, Wi-Fi, and linens are included and towels are available for hire.
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