Reading, dreaming and planning holidays with your friends has got to be good for the spirits. Read on to claim your copy of the Independent Hostel Guide (available free during the Coronovirus lockdown).
To help your armchair adventures, for the period of the coronavirus lockdown, Independent Hostels UK are giving away copies of their 2020 Hostel Guide. Claim your copy here.
Featuring 420 unique places to stay in stunning locations all over the UK, the guide is fascinating and inspirational reading for all adventurous souls.
Independent Hostels UK, is the largest network of hostels and bunkhouses in England, Scotland and Wales. It’s handbook is a huge resource of self-catering accommodation. With time on your hands and the Independent Hostel Guide delivered to your door there isn’t any restriction on planning future adventures. The 2020 Guide will give you ideas of fantastic places to stay at great value.
From city centres to the remotest corners of the country you can find hostels all over the UK. Reflecting their surroundings and the interests of their owners they are ideal for a whole host of activities from mountain biking to wildlife watching. Many are quirky; you can stay in a cell of a former jail, in a railway carriage in a remote crofting community, at a gothic mansion primed for sustainable living, or in Welsh castle built for the world’s first celebrity singer.
It’s a common misconception that hostels are only for the young who can’t afford to stay anywhere else. How wrong that is. Hostels are for anyone. They offer an alternative to the formality of hotels and holiday cottages. Book the whole hostel for a re-union of friends and family or book a room and enjoy self-catering facilities, lounges and gardens. There’s somewhere to clean your muddy boots and a friendly host on hand to give local advice for the next day’s adventure. Hostels are for independent, self-sufficient travellers of all ages, backgrounds and income.
Click here To claim your copy of the 2020 Independent Hostel Guide. You will just be asked to pay £1.75 for postage by Royal Mail.