An accessible village hall with parking and a capacity of up to 130, Appin Village Hall is available for hire by any individual or organisation, private or public, for all types of meeting or event.
The hall, situated in the village of Appin in North Argyll, is easily accessible from the main trunk road, A828.
- Meetings & Training sessions
- Drama Productions & Music Groups
- Charity & Fundraising Events
- School Events
- Ceilidhs & Concerts
- Coffee Mornings & Evenings
- Dance Classes
- Children’s Parties
- Wedding Dances
- Funeral Gatherings
- Sports & Games
- Craft Fairs
- Christmas Parties
The suggested hall capacity is:
130 for seated events in rows
80 for seated events with tables and chairs
120 for a dance or party
The Hall is available for use, but with restricted numbers, limited activities and additional hiring criteria.
Please download the Covid-19 Guidance here for full details.
Welcome area, ticket sales etc.
This is large enough for a full badminton court (marked out) and has in addition, a stage, fully curtained with stage lighting and sound.
Fully equipped with 5 ring electric range cooker,
2 ovens and grill, small fridge and dishwasher. Crockery, cutlery, serving dishes and glasses.
Ample coat hooks.
Multiple use for storage, changing room etc.
Gents toilet & urinals. Ladies toilet with 4 cubicles. Disabled toilet.
Tables & Chairs
Selection of large or small folding tables and ample padded chairs.
The Hall has free open WiFi for limited general use. Full use of the secure superfast broadband is available for a small charge. Please add to your booking form and a password will be supplie
The Hall has its own car park and a ramp or steps to the double door entrance.
Additional parking is available in the large community car park opposite the Hall.
Appin Hall charges
Local Hire: £6 an hour
£50 local ceilidh
£85 adult party, £25 children's party
£50 (min. donation) funeral gathering
Outside Hire: £60 half day
£100 daytime, £60 evening
Commercial use of kitchen: £50
Heating is not included: the Hall electricity meters take £1 and £2 coins.