Tobermory Youth Hostel
About About this youth hostel
In the centre of town, right on the main street, Tobermory Youth Hostel is one of the many brightly painted buildings on the seafront overlooking the town's picture postcard harbour, busy with boats coming in and out all day.
Surrounded by shops, restaurants and art galleries, the youth hostel is an ideal location for families, seafood enthusiasts, marine wildlife watchers and a great base for exploring other areas of the island, by car, bike or on foot.
Tobermory Youth Hostel offers a range of shared accommodation and private rooms and is great for smaller groups, families and individual travellers looking to discover the beautiful Isle of Mull. In addition to its seafront location (many rooms have sea views) the youth hostel has a small enclosed garden at the back with a picnic table - ideal for morning coffee or lunch.
Facilities include a laundry and drying room, cycle shelter, free WiFi, well-equipped self-catering kitchen and lounge with toys, books, television and DVD player.
Facilities & Services
March - October (RentaHostel available all year)
08:00 - 10:00 and 17:00 - 22:00
Late arrival and access outside opening hours is available by prior arrangement.
Private Rooms Available
Family Rooms Available
Self Catering Kitchen
Free Parking (nearby or onsite)
I would stay there again.
Excellent location, but feels a little 'lived in'.
Great location. Hostel was well run and everything was well maintained. Staff were friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay there again!
This hostel offers everything needed for a cycling and multi activity holiday – space to store the bike and a drying room to dry the clothes after a long day outdoors. The facilities are perfect to relax and regenerate for the next day's activity. This hostel is a perfect base for some excellent cycling around the north west part of the Isle of Mull, either road cycling or a little bit of off road cycling in the nearby forest.
Reasons to visit
Mull has many things to enjoy, including coastal and woodland walking, scuba diving and pony trekking. From here you can visit the Isle of Iona, somethimes known as the 'Cradle of Christianity' in Scotland, or take a trip to Staffa to see this geologically amazing island which inspired Mendelssohn to write 'Fingal's Cave' (The Hebrides overture).
Mull has 300 miles of dramatic coastline, from unspoilt beaches to historic castles and mountain peaks, waiting for you to explore by car, bike or on foot.
Take time to discover:
- Fresh local seafood at Café Fish in Tobermory
- Travel to Iona and visit the Abbey
- Go puffin watching on the Isle of Lunga
- Walk to Tobermory Lighthouse
- Enjoy a wee dram at the famous Tobermory Distillery
- Whale watching trips with Sea Life Surveys
- Visit Duart Castle
- Climb Ben More