Corrie Croft Bunkhouse

North High Corrie, Isle of Arran

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Corrie Croft Bunkhouse

Facilities

Overview of Hostel

Corrie Croft Bunkhouse offers a variety of accommodation, with up to 28 individual beds in mixed dorms, variable private rooms and a self contained chalet. We are a small independent hostel, situated behind the idyllic village of Corrie on the Isle of Arran, 1 mile from the base of Goatfell, Arran's

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Directions

Corrie Croft Bunkhouse track starts in the middle of the village of Corrie, 200 meters south of the Corrie Hotel. The track is steep at parts so be prepared!

By Ferry;

Caledonian MacBrayne services:-

Ardrossan - Brodick
Claonaig - Lochranza (summer only)
Tarbert - Lochranza

See www.calmac.co.uk for timetables and fares.

By Train;

Scotrail trains operate between Glasgow Central and Ardrossan Harbour, and are timetabled to connect with ferry sailings.

See www.scotrail.co.uk for timetables and fares.

By Bus;

The 324 service operates between Brodick and Blackwaterfoot via the North Island, connecting with both the Brodick and Lochranza ferries, and runs through Corrie.

See www.stagecoach.co.uk for more information

By Car;

6 miles from Brodick Ferry Terminal, turn right (A841 - north island road) and follow signs for Corrie. The Bunkhouse track is situated half way through the village, 50 yards before the Corrie Hotel on the left hand side.

9 miles from Lochranza Ferry Terminal, turn left (A841) towards Brodick and follow signs for Corrie. From this direction, the bunkhouse track is situated 50 yards after the Corrie Hotel on the right hand side.

On Foot;

From Brodick, follow the road to Corrie. Alternatively, take the Merkland Wood Path, just after the entrance to Brodick Castle on the left.

From Lochranza, Arran's Coastal Way runs from Lochranza to Sannox, round the Cock of Arran to Sannox, where it connects with the road to Corrie.

From Brodick Castle via Goat Fell;
Follow the directions for Goat Fell summit from the castle for 3.5 miles. On descent from the summit, take the Corrie path, which separates from the main path on the shoulder of Goat Fell, for 2.5 miles to Corrie
See http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/virtual.php?lat=55.633100&lng=-5.137500

By Bike;

From Brodick, the road is relatively flat all the way, and runs along the coast for 6 miles to Corrie. There is currently no dedicated cycle path.

From Lochranza, the road is fairly steep, leaving Lochranza taking in the Boguillie, but levels out for the last 3 miles..

Located near

Corrie Croft Bunkhouse lies at the foot of Goat Fell, Arran's highest mountain. The island sits in the Firth of Clyde in the south west of Scotland, and is undeniably one of the country's most breathtaking locations. With its craggy mountains in the north, rolling hills in the south, and a coast rivalling any in the world, Arran, or 'Scotland in Miniature' is the ideal place for sightseeing, outdoor activities, a knees-up at an island Ceilidh, or simply to get away from it all.

Conditions & Policy

No Curfew

Please note: Check-in between 16:00 - 19:30 Check-out 10:00 arrival out with these times can be arranged beforehand. Call 07814895412 or email claire@corriecroftbunkhouse.co.uk Cancellation policy is 1 day in advance We accept payment by cash only. The track to Corrie Croft Bunkhouse is steep at parts, so be prepared. If assistance is required, please don't hesitate to get in touch