Using Easy Bookings
This application is quite intuitive to use. However, if you have any difficulties or queries please contact the bookings secretary at email@example.com When you have made your booking you will receive a provisional confirmation and further instructions about payment. Final confirmation will be sent when the required deposit has been received.
£13 per person per night. 50% in advance, balance payable one month prior to the dates booked. Payment can be made by cheque or preferably via online transfer from your account via BACS; the bookings secretary will supply the necessary details.
Eligibility to use the hut
Only clubs and individual members affiliated to the Mountaineering Council of Scotland or the British Mountaineering Council may use the hut. Each club or individual member is allowed to bring one guest only.
N.B. With the exception of assistance dogs, no dogs or other pets are allowed within the building.
Booking the entire hut
A club may book all 16 places if available. However, in the event that a club or group reserves all places and has prepaid but finds it has unfilled places during the period booked then those places should be made available to individual members of MCofS or BMC wanting accommodation on the day. The latter should make payment to AMMH via the hut safe, using the special envelopes provided, not to the club or group providing the places. See also casual bookings.
During periods when the hut has a resident custodian, members in the area seeking accommodation on the day can ask the custodian about availability. Otherwise, enquiries should be made directly to the bookings secretary. The hut does have a few extra spaces that are allocated only in special circumstances.
Booking by individuals
Individuals, whether individual members of the MCofS or BMC or club members, can reserve a place, subject to availability. Each individual may bring one guest, again subject to availability.
Bookings including young persons under 18
No young persons under 18, whether part of an "official” educational or other group or even when accompanied by their parents, are permitted to stay at the hut when a custodian is in residence – usually January to mid May.
At other times parents with their children under 18 or adults acting in loco parentis with young persons under 18 can stay at the hut provided they are comfortable with the sharing arrangements. Parents with their children or adults acting in loco parentis with young persons who are not willing to share the premises with strangers can, if they so choose, book and pay for all the places at the hut.
The hut has a resident custodian during the period January to April. Custodians allocate groups to rooms and ensure that the hut runs smoothly and efficiently.