Stirling Youth Hostel is situated in the Old Town of Stirling, offering 4-star budget accommodation with 92 beds. A range of multi-share and private rooms are available at Stirling Youth Hostel, all en-suite. Facilities include a self-catering kitchen, dining room, two separate common areas and a meeting room for private use. This licensed youth hostel also offers meals to guests.
Situated in the historic quarter, Stirling Youth Hostel is a great base to explore the city. Only 500 metres away from Stirling Castle, and 2 miles away from The Wallace Monument and Bannockburn Visitor Centre, it's a great place to learn about Scottish history. The popular Blair Drummond Safari Park is easily accessible by car, for a fun family day out. The youth hostel is a short 5-10 minute walk into the city centre where you can find excellent shopping, cafes, restaurants, bars and nightlife.
Stirling Youth Hostel has limited car parking spaces and is only a 10 minute walk from both the train and bus station. With the range of activities to enjoy in Stirling, this is a great location for groups and families looking to explore the Central belt of Scotland.
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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
- Suitable for wheelchair users with assistance
Food and Drink
- Alcohol Licence
- Groups meals service
- Individual meals service
- Self-catering kitchen
- Bike store
- Conference & meeting facilities
- Distance to nearest shop nearby
- En suite rooms available
- Family friendly
- Lockers/luggage store
- Private rooms available
- Suitable for groups
- Total beds 92
- Computers with internet access (FREE)
- WiFi access (FREE)
- Lounge/TV room
- Distance to airport 33 miles
- Distance to bus stop nearby
- Distance to train station 0.25 miles
- Parking nearby (free/charges apply)
For more information please download the full access statement for this youth hostel here. This access statement does not contain personal opinions as to our suitability for those with access needs, but aims to accurately describe the facilities and services that we offer all our guests/visitors.
Open all year
Tel: 01786 473 442
Reception open 07:00 - 23:00.
Check in 15:00
Check out 10:00
Night porter between 23:00 - 07:00 for late check-in.
Catering available: Stirling Youth Hostel Sample Menu
For a printable version of this information click here to download youth hostel fact sheet.
Please note that we do not accept stag or hen parties at any of our hostels.
Tel: +44 (0) 1786 473442
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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.
Stirling Youth Hostel currently holds a Silver award for Green Tourism. To read more about SYHA 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 www.travelinescotland.com to plan your route or speak to youth hostel staff. If you are touring Scotland on two wheels then http://www.sustrans.org.uk/ has a wealth of information on cycling routes, safety and sustainable travel.
Links for local natural attractions:
- Argaty Red Kites
- Ochil Hills
- Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
- Forestry Commission Scotland
Links for local cultural attractions:
- Stirling Castle
- Smith Art Gallery and Museum
- Wallace Monument
- MacRobert Art Centre
- The Battle of Bannockburn Experience