Campbeltown's new bunkhouse
The new Campbeltown bunkhouse, known as Campbeltown Backpackers, opened in April 2012, is housed in the refurbished Old Schoolhouse, a Grade B listed building. The school, built in 1851 by the then new Free Church of Scotland counts many significant Campbeltonians amongst its alumni.
Its location offers easy access to the facilities of Campbeltown shops, restaurants, swimming pool, gym, as well as the cinema. A passenger cycle ferry runs to Northern Ireland and Ayrshire while car ferries service the routes to the local islands of Arran, Gigha, Islay and Jura.
Sixteen beds are available in two rooms.
The Ross Room has six bed spaces and the Mackinnon Room has ten bed spaces.
Your bed is made up ready with a special cotton sleeping bag, (with a quilt provided for warmth), which has an integral pillow case.
There is a fully fitted kitchen with crockery and pans, four shower/toilet rooms, washing/drying facilities including a drying room and a lounge with WiFi access.
Off road parking and cycle storage are available
Bed linen is provided and full disabled access is available