Easy to find - I recognised it from the photos on their website. I stayed two nights in this hostel. Upon arrival the owner was friendly and showed us where our bunks were (they are pre-allocated because often people arrive around midnight on the train). It is a small hostel and more like staying in a real home. It has a kitchen with dining tables and a very cosy living room with sofas, plentiful local information/magazines and a TV. Sea views from all rooms. The bathroom, bedding and kitchen were very clean. There is a big, tall radiator in the bathroom for drying clothes etc. There is a co-op opposite which is open very late so easy to get supplies. Both nights I stayed in this hostel all the other guests were very friendly and we chatted in the living room most of the night. The bunks were very comfy. There was a private roof area where the owner let us store our bikes, which was great.
- Also Known As:
- Mallaig Backpackers Lodge Scotland