We visited the bunkhouse due to our original accommodation falling through. During our stay we found the bunkhouse was clean with wider than normal beds for a bunkhouse. Rooms are small and can get quite warm. Kitchens are small but were capable of handling both our group and another group who had the other rooms in our block, they could do with more than one fridge. They are, or at least appear to be former stables. It has limited communal areas, but it is possible to use the pub. At the front of the bunkhouse you are presented with excellent views of the local hills.
- Free parking