Highlander Hostel

Address: 23A High Street, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV1 1HY, United Kingdom | 2 star hostel
 
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This 2 star hostel, located on 23A High Street, Inverness, is near River Ness, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, James Pringle Weavers, and William Morrison Jeweller's.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHighlander Hostel Inverness

      Reviewed by balestro

      Only the position

      Reviewed Jul 13, 2013
      by (9 reviews) Pescara , Italy Flag of Italy

      The roughest hostel we found in scotland. Apart of the central position, the staff was quite rude, the rooms basic, the bathroom dirty (we booked a room with 8 bunks and private bathroom. It hasn't been cleaned before our arrival...) and they just gave us blankets at the reception, so we had to make the beds and see pillows and materass that were very bad

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Highlander Hostel Inverness

      1.50 of 5 stars Poor
       

      Travel Blogs from Inverness

      Bonfire Night

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 05, 2014

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      So went down to see the bonfire where they set an effigy alight to celebrate (is that the right word?) when the Houses of Parliament were nearly blown up. Seemed like half the town was there despite the temperature getting below zero at one point. Not much else to say. They set ...

      I found her....

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 05, 2014

      12 photos

      ... t really experienced the quintessential British town or village (except perhaps Oxford). That changed today as I took a tour that headed out by coach up the River Ness to a boat waiting to take us on a half hour journey on the Loch. The guide, Sue, knew her stuff and pointed out all the little towns and sights along the way. Well, Loch Ness itself was incredible. I think most of the 9 people on the minibus were in equal ...

      Fort George , Inverness.

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... of Georgian military architecture in Britain" and still a working army base. We walked and climbed around. Looked at the views and took in the atmosphere of the site, including barrack rooms with life size soldier models, a collection of Georgian weaponry, and a really good museum of the Queen's Highlander regiments. Ran out of time again and left as they closed. Drove to a camp site near ...

      Driving to Inverness

      A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... isn't like any we have seen before. I entered the address for our first stop of the day, the Heathergems shop in Pitlochry, and we were on our way.

      While I was doing research about Scotland before leaving home, one of the things I found was Heathergems jewelry. The visitor centre and factory shop is located right on the road between Dunblane and Inverness so a stop to shop was definitely in order. ...

      Start of the Scottish Highlands

      A travel blog entry by paulandashe on Aug 30, 2013

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      ... enjoy a few whiskeys after dinner!

      The following day we went to the Battlefields of Culloden, just outside of Inverness. This was the site of the last battle on British soil, and occurred on 16th April 1745. The Jacobites (Mainly Scottish highlanders) fought for Prince Charles Stuart who attempted to regain Scotland, and mainly fuelled by religion.
      The Red Coats were mainly composed of English soldiers, but also many Scots ...