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Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 14111
Country: Scotland

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Last Updated: September 21, 2018

We're looking for some fun-loving volunteers to come and join our wee hostel family from October onwards, for 2 weeks to a month, or more! :)

Why not come and join our team in the Capital of the Highlands and enjoy a Scottish adventure?!

We attract a variety of guests: backpackers, bus tours, university groups, outdoor enthusiasts and independent travelers - all here to enjoy the beauty and history that Scotland has to offer. We're here to offer them a home away from home, a place to rest and relax after a days exploring & to help them get the most out of their time in Scotland.

In return for 4 hours help per day you would get your accommodation (linen & towels provided), free breakfast, free WiFi, free laundry, also with access to an intimate & friendly but well equipped kitchen so you can sort out your other daily meals.

Our hostel is in a brilliant central location almost next door to Inverness Castle and the River Ness. Its a fun and friendly place to stay and is the perfect base for exploring the local scenery and culture of the capital of the Highlands.

So if you aren't shy of getting stuck in and are passionate about people and places, then we look forward to hearing from you soon.

Travel information: buses and trains come up to Inverness from Glasgow, Edinburgh, and all over the highlands frequently. Tickets are usually cheaper when bought in advance. Timetables and tickets are at for buses( from Edinburgh and Glasgow is sometimes cheaper), and for trains. We highly recommend the train, as you can watch the beautiful highlands go by but they can be more expensive.

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