Invergarry, Saddle Mountain Hostel

About About this hostel

Saddle Mountain Hostel is a small and friendly 4-star hostel sleeping up to 22 people. Centrally located in the Great Glen at Invergarry, it’s close to the Great Glen Way, Munros and Loch Ness and is a great base for exploring the Scottish Highlands. The hostel was shortlisted for Hostel of the Year in The Great Outdoors Magazine Awards in 2019 and 2020.

Saddle Mountain Hostel is open, subject to Scottish Government COVID-19 baseline measures. We have 5 bedrooms each with an en-suite or allocated bathroom. 4 of our bedrooms are private, sleeping up to 2, 4, 5 or 6 people.  We also have one mixed sex dorm room sleeping 4 people.  Our self-catering kitchen, dining room, lounge and drying room are all open for guest use.  In our kitchen each bedroom has its own crockery and cutlery and separate space for storing cold items and groceries too.  We've set up allocated spaces for each bedroom in our dining room, lounge and drying room.

For more information please contact +44 (0) 1809 501412, email or visit Saddle Mountain Hostel's website

Invergarry, Saddle Mountain Hostel

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Private Rooms

Family Rooms

En Suite Rooms

Suitable for Groups

Guest Kitchen

Laundry Room

Bike Store

Luggage Store

Secure Lockers

Shopping Nearby

Free Parking (nearby or onsite)

Catering Available (Breakfast Only)

Free Wifi

Reasons to visit

Saddle Mountain Hostel is located between Fort William and Inverness, close to Loch Ness.

There are a number of superb walks for every ability around Invergarry, from an easy stroll along the Great Glen Way, to exploring the surrounding forest scenery or tackling Ben Tee, the local Corbett.

For the more adventurous, outdoor activities include mountain biking, white water rafting and rock climbing.

Local attractions include the 17th century Invergarry Castle on the shores of Loch Oich - now a ruin, but once the seat of the chief of the MacDonnells of Glengarry


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