Inverness Youth Hostel

About About this youth hostel

Inverness has all the elements for a memorable city break, as well as being the perfect start or finish point for the now famous North Coast 500. Our youth hostel in Inverness has free parking for guests!

Just a short walk from the city centre, in a quiet neighbourhood, Inverness Youth Hostel is the ideal base for groups, families and individual hostellers looking to explore the 'Capital of the Highlands' and surrounding area.

Inverness Youth Hostel offers a selection of group, private and single rooms, some of which are en-suite and some with glorious views towards the Moray Firth. 

There’s also a large guest lounge, a meeting room and a self-catering kitchen/dining area in addition to an on-site café and a spacious dining room.

Hostellers Love...

Friendly knowledgeable staff  

Comfortable private rooms with ensuites available

Secure lockers and luggage store

Great breakfast

Easy walking distance from the city centre

 

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Inverness Youth Hostel

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Victoria Drive, Inverness IV2 3QB Get Directions

Facilities & Services

Season

Open all year

Reception Hours

07:00 - 10:00 and 15:00 - 23:00

Check in

15:00

Check out

10:00

Access Hours

Night Porter 23:00 - 02:00 for late check-in.

Amenities

Free Wifi

Private Rooms Available

En Suite Rooms Available

Family Rooms Available

Suitable for Groups

Catering Available (Full Meal Service)

Self Catering Kitchen

Alcohol Licence

Lounge/TV Room

Laundry Room

Towel Hire Available

Drying Room

Secure Lockers

Luggage Store

Bike Store

Conference and meeting facilities

Shopping Nearby

Free Parking (nearby or onsite)

Suitable for Wheelchair Users

Suitable for wheelchair users with assistance

Access with limited mobility

Complimentary Tea and Coffee available in Self Catering Kitchen

Guest Reviews

Secure lockers and luggage store

Great breakfast

Easy walking distance from the city centre

 

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Reasons to visit

Inverness and its surrounding area is steeped in history and no trip to would be complete without a visit to Loch Ness, the largest freshwater loch in the British Isles and home to the elusive 'Nessie'. Cruise on the loch and explore the ruins of Urquhart Castle which stands proudly on its banks, enjoying magnificent views of the surrounding area.

From Clava Cairns to Culloden Battlefield and Inverness Castle with its new viewpoint overlooking the city, you'll never be short of opportunities to connect with the past. 

Stroll along the banks of the River Ness and discover the city's fine bars and restaurants or head to the Victorian Market or Eastgate Shopping Centre for a bit of retail therapy.

The Moray Firth is teeming with wildlife and, when the tide is right, local dolphins are often seen swimming close to shore at Chanonry Point on the Black Isle.

The Victorian seaside resort of Nairn is a short drive away and the surrounding countryside plays host to a number of distilleries where you can discover the secrets of Scotland's national drink.