Best Edinburgh hostels

Top tips for finding the perfect Edinburgh hostel

  • If you are travelling on a budget, you might want to look for Edinburgh hostels that offer dormitories, as these are often cheaper than hotels and private rooms. It is also a great way to meet like-minded travellers, especially if you are travelling on your own, as you will have to share a living space with them. For instance, Haystack Hostel is one accommodation that has a 12-bed dormitory room and also a six-bed room. However, should you be travelling as a couple or in a pair and want more privacy, then you can also opt for a double room too.
  • For those that are travelling on a shoestring and want to save money, you should look at Edinburgh hostels that provide kitchen facilities for you to cook with. This is great because it means you don’t have to eat out all the time. One example of a hostel that offers self-catering is Code Pod Hostels The Court, which provides guests with a shared kitchen to use. In the kitchen, you can access stovetops and microwaves, so that you can cook up a feast. The hostel is also located only about a 4min walk from the supermarkets, so you’ll find it easy to fill up the cupboards for your trip.
  • If you have a disability or mobility issues, then it is a good idea to look for Edinburgh hostels that are accessible for all. For instance, St Christopher’s Edinburgh Old town – Hostel – has an entire unit that is wheelchair accessible. It has disabled access, so you will find it easy to enter and leave the hostel. When you are in the hostel, you will also have a roll-in shower as well as a shower chair, so that you are able to wash yourself with ease. Should you have any issues, you can also access the 24-h reception, where you will be able to find some help.

Where to stay in Edinburgh?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Edinburgh by showing you the exact location of each hostel.