The shared hostel sleeps up to eight people, and costs £19 per person on weeknights, and £23 per person at weekends.
The region of Perth and Kinross is located in central Scotland.
While mostly comprised of smaller towns and villages, it is also home to the city of Perth, the area’s main retail and transport hub.
It sleeps 22 people and hosts traditional music sessions, and guests often spot dolphins and golden eagles. This quirky, independent eight-bed hostel is set in the fields of a working farm overlooking the Spey valley in the Cairngorms National Park.
The bunkhouse is split into a mezzanine, a four-person room, and loft, and it costs £18 per person per night.
The largest cottage has been converted into a hostel for ten people, with cosy bunkbeds that you can book for just £15 a night.
The Lazy Duck is a legendary boutique hostel in the Scottish Highlands, with a hot tub, hammocks, and a cute hideaway called the "Duck's Nest" (pictured left), which sleeps two people.
Perth, the region’s only city, is a common waypoint for those travelling north to the Highlands but has plenty more to offer than just travel connections.
The recently renovated pedestrianised shopping area is home to many independent retailers offering local goods, while Perth Museum and Art Gallery is located nearby, offering a variety of exhibitions from a building that was originally constructed in the early 1800s.
Part of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is also within the region, with the small loch-side village of St Fillans being Perth and Kinross’ main settlement within the park’s boundaries.