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- Telephone:07783 305 776
- Sleeps:up to 13
- Tariff:from £60 per pod per night
- Short Breaks:yes
- Pets Allowed:no
Acheninver Hostel is reopening on 1st August 2020. See website for updated availability.
Acheninver has put in place a full ‘Safe For All: Action Plan’ to operate with best practice and duty of care during the remaining time of the Pandemic. The hostel will respond swiftly if the Scottish government calls for return to lockdown and to facilitate this all remaining 2020 booking will be flexible, with payment taken online on the day of arrival. Please do not travel if you are experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19 or if you or a member of your party knows or suspects that you’ve been exposed.
To be confident of creating the safest environment for your stay we have adapted our hostel in these ways:
Private sleeping pods only with en-suite shower room and microwave/ kettle/ mini fridge facilities; diy check in with all info sent before arrival; deep cleaning schedule available for guest review operated by NHS trained staff; 24hr layover time between pre-booked guests; food available to order onsite; staff on-site 24hrs in case of emergency.
To reduce risk we will: no longer be offering bedding at the hostel, beds will have sheets and mattress protectors only; no longer have full shared kitchen available; have minimum 2 night booking.
Acheninver Hostel remains unchanged in its setting on the spectacular Scottish coastal wilderness on the Ben Mor Coigach Wildlife Reserve. With beach paths and hill tracks within easy walking distance.
This is the perfect location to experience the freedom to roam safely with natural distance built in.
Please note: Acheninver Hostel will go above and beyond to make your stay as safe and as comfortable as possible BUT
No accommodation provider can guarantee a covid free status onsite, you should not book this hostel if you or a member of your household is in a high risk category.
Please respect the safety of our local community and limit your exposure to local residents by: wearing facecoverings in indoor public spaces, especially the local shop; order food to collect as takeaway rather than sit in; preform hand hygiene regularly esp when touching gates; avoid using public transport; bin your waste or take it home with you; plan ahead, don’t take risks.