The recently refurbished 5 star Callander Hostel is run by local social enterprise, the Callander Youth Project Trust (CYPT) that works to develop diverse activities for young people from all backgrounds across the rural Stirling area, helping them reach their full potential. Unique features such as landscaped gardens opening out to guest barbeque areas and seating will ensure that guests have a memorable stay. It also boasts a fully licensed beer garden.
The hostel also provides training opportunities for young people as well as vital space to continue CYPT’s programmes including skills workshops and support for young entrepreneurs.
The Hostel is based by the River Teith at the start of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and less than an hour’s drive away from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth.
Set in stunning scenery, surrounded by the imposing and beautiful Ben Ledi and the Callander Crags, the hostel makes the perfect location for anyone wanting to discover all aspects of Scotland.
Only 15 miles away to the east is the historic and ancient City of Stirling with its Castle, the Wallace monument and the world’s oldest football. To the west is the National Park with Loch Lomond and its abundance of native flora and fauna as well as plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities. The hostel itself is only a two minute walk away from National Cycleway 7 that winds for miles alongside lochs and bens but follows the old railway line so with no difficult climbs to overcome.
Callander itself is a bustling town with all the amenities you could want but also with the benefit of being able to turn off the main street and within a few minutes being in the peace and tranquillity of open countryside.
They have 28 hostel beds withcomfortable en-suite rooms all with bedding provided. Breakfast can be ordered at a competitive rate for groups and individuals on a budget.
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