Caithness Hostel

Explore the ruins of several castles, take a ferry ride to the Orkney Isles or wander around Thurso - the most northerly town on the British mainland - whilst staying at a cheap Caithness hostel.

Caithness Hostel

Your Caithness Hostel enables you to stay in this beautiful area without needing a load of cash to pay for your accommodation. Whilst staying at a Caithness hostel you can explore the surrounding areas and find several castles in spectacular locations on cliff tops, on coastal sites or near the low hills’ waterways. The late Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother acquired the Castle of Mey in the local area in 1952. Most of Caithness’s castles are now stunning ruins and the area remains unspoilt. Enjoy a hearty breakfast at your cheap Caithness hostel and then explore as many of the 4000 monuments of Caithness as you can!

A Hostel in Caithness gives you the opportunity to explore the ancient town of Thurso, the largest town in the area. You can visit Swanson Gallery and the glass blowing studio, Glass Creations whilst staying at a cheap hostel in Caithness. If you’re a surfing enthusiast then you’ll be happy at a hostel in Caithness, as Thurso is situated on the shore of Pentland Firth. There’s also a swimming pool and fitness suite in Britain's most northerly mainland town. For those of you who fancy an outing to an island, why not travel to the ferry port of Scrabster and take a trip to the Orkney Isles before returning to your friendly hostel in Caithness.