• Exploring the Inverness area

    Posted by Neil Robertson on

    Inverness Youth Hostel comes with so many possibilities. Offering the high standards of cleanliness and quality facilities that I’ve come to expect from my travels around Scotland, the common areas and cooking equipment are particularly flawless and cover everything that a Highland traveller will...

  • Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award Volunteers - Jane in Inverness

    Posted by SYHA Hostelling Scotland on

    2017 UPDATE: We no longer offer placements for solo Duke of Edinburgh volunteers. We may run courses in 2018 for those wishing to complete their Gold Residential Section. These will be updated on our volunteer page. For the residential section of my Gold Duke of Edinburgh award, I chose to...

  • Winter Festivals

    Posted by Robin McKelvie on

    Well Winter is officially here, but no it’s not time to hibernate quite yet. Not when a flurry of festive festivals are rampaging their fun filled way through Scotland. Join me now as I take you on a six stop tour of belly-and-heart-warming festivals guaranteed to lift your mood, get you in the...

  • Donna's SYHAdventure in Inverness

    Posted by SYHA Hostelling Scotland on

    A couple of weeks ago I had the chance to make a rare trip up to Inverness in order to catch up with a friend. Although an essential hub for the Highlands of Scotland, this northern city has always been more of a thoroughfare for me as I headed towards the Kessock Bridge and across to Ullapool,...