Blanefield - The Attic
About About this hostel
Five star VisitScotland accredited,
The Attic Youth Hostel is set in the grounds of Edenmill Christmas tree farm, just a short walk from The West Highland Way, close to The Devil’s Pulpit and on The John Muir Way.
A perfect choice for groups, families and individual travellers, the hostel offers a range of accommodation from comfortable private en-suite rooms to spacious shared dorms, many with great views over the surrounding countryside. Guests can opt for breakfast served in our cafe (check opening times) or make use of our large, well-equipped self-catering kitchen. Dinner and packed lunches are also available by prior arrangement. Please remember to pre-book your food.
Other facilities include free WiFi, private lockers, USB plug sockets, A large lounge area, a large sheltered garden area and a meeting room for private use.
Large free on-site car parking available.
The Attic Youth Hostel is a great base to explore the many attractions in and around the area. Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, Finnich Glen, The Wallace Monument and Bannockburn Visitor Centre can be easily reached by car. Blair Drummond Safari Park (open March to October) is also easily accessible by car for a fun family day out. Edinburgh and Glasgow are within easy reach with good public transport links to both cities.
The hostel is also available for exclusive private use.
- Friendly, helpful staff
- Fantastic location
- Dog friendly
- Secure lockers
- Luggage storage
- Private en-suite rooms available
Facilities & Services
Open all Year.
Cafe is open 09:00 to 17:00 (Winter) 08:00 to 20:00 (Summer)
15:30 to 18:30
Suitable for Wheelchair Users
Pet Dogs Welcome
En Suite Rooms
Free Parking (nearby or onsite)
Reasons to visit
The Attic in Blanefield is great if you are a keen hillwalker with it being a fantastic base to start the West Highland Way and an ideal stop on the John Muir Way so remember to pack your boots when staying with us!
The Attic is also ideal because it's so close to the beautiful national park of Loch Lomond and a short drive into Glasgow meaning its perfect for a long weekend where you explore different aspects of what makes Scotland braw!
The bunkhouse is only a ten-minute drive away from the Glengoyne Distillery meaning you can take in one of their brilliant tours and sample Scotland's national drink