Affordable Adventures, Social Vibes, and Memorable Encounters! 

Affordable Adventures, Social Vibes, and Memorable Encounters! 
Staying in hostels in Inverness and Loch Ness isn't just about saving money,  it's about embracing a vibrant and communal travel experience. It's an opportunity to connect with fellow adventurers and create a treasure trove of memories that will remind you of your visit for a lifetime. 
Hostels are the go-to choice for travelers seeking budget-friendly accommodation without compromising on quality. In Inverness and Loch Ness, they provide a wallet-friendly option that allows you to spend your money on experiences, not just a bed.

Morag’s Lodge

Hostels are hubs of camaraderie, a fantastic social experience where you can meet fellow travelers from all around the world. Share stories, travel tips, and make new friends as you embark on your Highland adventures together.
Hostels offer a range of accommodation options, from shared dormitories to private rooms. Whether you're a solo backpacker, a couple, or a group of friends, there's a room type that suits your needs.
The hostels in the destination are conveniently located in the heart of Inverness or in scenic areas close to Loch Ness. You'll have easy access to city attractions and stunning natural landscapes.
Hostels often feature common areas, kitchens, and communal spaces where you can prepare meals, relax, and plan your next adventure. It's like a home away from home.

Top Tips for Staying in a Hostel

Local Insights: Hostel staff are often locals who can provide valuable insights into the best local eateries, hidden gems, and activities in the area.

Book direct: There are many good reasons for booking direct with an accommodation. Firstly, you get to know the business owners or staff prior to your arrival, it cuts out the middle man if you use a third party booking service and means you have easier, direct contact should you have any questions or need to amend your stay. Many offer better prices if you book direct, it’s a great incentive and benefits you and the local business.

Pack Smart: Bring earplugs and a sleep mask to ensure a peaceful night's rest in a shared dormitory.

Join Activities: Participate in hostel-organized events and outings. It's a great way to meet people and discover the local culture.

Adventure Hub: Use hostels as your base camp for exploring Inverness, Loch Ness, and the wider Scottish Highlands. They are well-connected to transportation options and tour providers.

Respect Quiet Hours: Be mindful of other guests during quiet hours to ensure everyone has a comfortable stay.

Hostels in Inverness

If you want to be close to the buzz of Inverness and all its vibe then a hostel close to the city centre would be right for you.

Bazpackers hostel is literally on top of the city centre with amazing views down onto the river ness, a choice of dorm and private rooms and an amazing log fire to curl up and meet new friends and plan your exploring. 

You also have The Inverness Student Hotel close by to Bazpackers, a cute building with lots of character and dorm rooms available.

Loch Ness Hostels

You have a great choice of hostels around Loch Ness so you can take your time and explore more!

Morag's Lodge in based in Fort Augustus where you can watch the boats sail up the canal ladder or sail Loch Ness.

Lochside Hostel is located  between Fort Augustus and Drumnadrochit and as it's name suggests, it is very loch side.

Loch Ness Backpackers is based in the village of Drumnadrochit where you can visit the famous Urquhart Castle ruins and near by there is also the Bunkhouse at The Loch Ness inn that serves delicious food and great drams!

Morags lodge