Short Courses Accommodation 2022
En-suite accommodation is available at both Àrainn Chaluim Chille and Àrainn Ostaig. Towels and bed linen, as well as tea and coffee making facilities, are provided in each room; a fridge, sink, microwave, crockery and cutlery are available either in the rooms or in nearby kitchens. However, with the exception of the Penthouse flat, there are no stoves. Prices below are inclusive of all meals from dinner on the day before your course begins to lunch on the last day of your course. Please note that our canteen will not normally be open for dinner on Saturday evenings, or for lunch on Saturday and Sunday.
Washing machines and tumble dryers are available after 4pm.
All prices below are now on a FULL-BOARD* basis with the exception of Family Learning Week, weekends as detailed above and the Penthouse suite, which has cooking facilities and is let on a self-catering basis. Family Learning Week will still be offered on a bed and breakfast basis.
Full-board is defined as:
Breakfast – cooked or continental
Lunch – main course, or soup and a sandwich
Dinner – main course and dessert
Drinks and snacks are not included.
Adult Rate (aged 16 & over):
£325 for 5 nights; or £65 per night, £48 Saturday (no lunch or dinner available)
Child (0–15)/Student Rate:
£260 for 5 nights; or £52 per night, £38 Saturday (no lunch or dinner available)
£585 for 5 nights; or £117 per night, £84 Saturday (no lunch or dinner available)
£455 for 5 nights; or £91 per night, £65 Saturday (no lunch or dinner available)
Adult & Child (from 0 – 15)/Student Rate:
£510 for 5 nights; or £102 per night, £72 Saturday (no lunch or dinner available)
There are only two Family Rooms available (3 persons per room with one double bed and one single bed) at £755 for 5 nights or £155 per night, £97 Saturday (no lunch or dinner available)
Penthouse Suite (sleeps 4)
2 bedrooms (1 Double and 1 Twin), living room, shower room, and kitchen, at £220 per night, on a self-catering basis. Meals may be purchased in our canteen if required.
Fully accessible/disabled rooms are available on request and are subject to availability.
The College has a list of nearby hotel, bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation for anyone who would prefer to stay off-campus, or for when College accommodation is full. The list can be viewed here:
Camping at the College
Whilst course participants are free to camp within the College grounds, please note that we are not an official campsite and our facilities are limited. For the latest guidance for campers and caravan users, please click here.. Camping course participants are welcome to purchase meals in our canteen.
Camping is not recommended during the Easter courses as the weather can be unpredictable. In the summer season, we recommend students bring midge repellent!