Located close to the main road on the Isle of Skye, Broadford Youth Hostel enjoys unrivalled coastal and mountain views. Its central location and good public transport links make it an ideal base for exploring the island. The hostel has a mix of shared accommodation and private rooms and is well equipped to cater for individual hostellers and groups.
Local amenities such as shops and restaurants are within easy walking distance and the youth hostel has a number of facilities to make your stay as comfortable as possible including a large self-catering kitchen, laundry and drying room, small shop on site, internet access, WiFI and a secure bike shed. Relax in the communal areas and take in the beautiful views over Broadford Bay.
The famous Cuillin mountain range is just 15 miles away for serious walkers and climbers, while the less adventurous can enjoy Skye's magnificent scenery from several less strenuous coastal walks. The International Otter Survival Fund is based in Broadford and boat trips are available to Loch Coruisk, within driving distance of the hostel.
If you are looking for large group accommodation or holiday cottages then we have locations across Scotland perfect for groups and family gatherings on a budget. See below for availability or click here for more information and to enquire.
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- Fully Booked
Food and Drink
- Alcohol Licence
- Individual meals service Cont.Breakfast
- Self-catering kitchen
- Bike store
- Distance to nearest shop Nearby
- Drying room
- Private rooms available
- Suitable for groups
- Total beds 45
- WiFi access (FREE)
- Lounge/TV room
- Distance to bus stop 0.5 miles
- Distance to ferry 17 miles
- Distance to train station 9 miles
- Parking nearby (free/charges apply)
Open March to October
Tel: 01471 822 442
Reception closes at 22:30.
Check in 17:00 - 22:30
Check out 07:30 - 10:00
Hostel Opening Times 07.30am - midnight.
Limited access 10:30 - 17:00, all bedrooms and bathrooms have to be vacated by 10.30am each day until cleaning & maintenance in those areas is finished. During cleaning & maintenance the kitchen will also be closed off.
For the comfort and security of all, the front door is locked at midnight – no admission after.
Please note that we do not accept stag or hen parties at any of our hostels.
Parking below the youth hostel is available on the public roadside, as well as within approx. 5 mins walk from the youth hostel in the village.
For a printable version of this information click here to download youth hostel fact sheet.
Tel: +44 (0) 1471 822442
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As part of our commitment to sustainability and environmental issues, our youth hostels are assessed by Green Tourism, the largest and most established sustainable certification in the world. The assessment covers areas such as energy saving, waste minimisation, social responsibility and travel.
Broadford Youth Hostel currently holds a Silver award for Green Tourism. To read more about Hostelling Scotland’s Sustainability Charter, please click here. There are some quick and easy ways that you can make a difference and help us achieve our Green Tourism goals - to read our Responsible Visitor Charter and find out more, please click here.
We encourage our guests to use public transport where possible when travelling to our youth hostels – please see travelinescotland.com to plan your route or speak to youth hostel staff. If you are touring Scotland on two wheels then sustrans.org.uk has a wealth of information on cycling routes, safety and sustainable travel.