• Platts Farm Bunkhouse

    Platts Farm Bunkhouse, Aber Road, Llanfairfechan, Conwy, LL33 0HL
    Platt’s Farm Campsite and 3* Bunkhouse is situated in a range of Victorian farm buildings, in the charming village of Llanfairfechan. Close to the A55, the Bunkhouse lies at the start/end of the 14 Welsh 3000 Peaks walks in the Snowdonia National Park, within a 10 min walk of the Wales Coastal Path and on the NCN 5 Cycle Route. Shops, pubs and cafés are within 5 mins’ walk. Just 15 mins from Zipworld, Bethesda & 20 mins from Surf Snowdonia.
  • Warren Farm Glamping

    Warren Farm, Warren, near Castlemartin, SA71 5HS
    Beautiful big bell tents & cosy bunkhouse, right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Between Barafundle/Broadhaven South & Freshwater West, and the closest you can stay to the Green Bridge of Wales, we're perfect for family holidays or a quick surfing or climbing trip with friends. Simple, comfortable accommodation, and private pitches with kitchens, loos & wetrooms for the bell tents. Don't delay, come glamping!
  • Bron-y-Gader Bunkhouse

    Bron-y-Gader Outdoor Centre, Llanbedr-y-Cennin, Conwy, LL32 8UT
    Perched at 290m (950ft) in the foothills of Snowdonia with direct access to the Carneddau mountains, Bron-y-Gader Bunkhouse offers comfortable & great value accommodation for up to 37. Although remote and isolated it is just 8 miles to Conwy and 2 miles to the nearest pub. The many attractions and high adrenaline activities in Snowdonia are just a short drive away.
  • Bushey Heath Farm

    Forest Lane, Tideswell Moor, Tideswell, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 8JE
    Bushey Heath Farm in the heart of the Peak District offers 2 self contained bunk barns for groups of up to 20 and a summer campsite. The larger barn can accommodate occupants of both barns for meals. The farm has been developed with ground source heating, a wind turbine and rainwater harvesting, so visitors can experience practical sustainable ideas. Sleeping bags/duvets/sheet required.
  • Carrs Farm Bunkhouse

    Carrs Farm, Wolsingham, County Durham, DL13 3BQ
    Carrs Farm Bunkhouse is a converted 17th century barn with stunning views over Weardale. It provides comfortable bunk bed accommodation for groups of up to 21 people, in three rooms. There is a fully equipped self catering kitchen, games/lounge area and outdoor seating with BBQ. Situated on a working farm at the heart of the North Pennines. Guided walks and outdoor activities are available for groups and schools.
  • Thornbridge Outdoors

    Great Longstone, Bakewell, DE45 1NY
    Thornbridge Outdoors offers excellent flexible group accommodation. With its superb location in the heart of the Peak District you have access to wonderful countryside, quaint villages, stately homes, and the traffic free Monsal Trail, popular with walkers and cyclists.
  • Naturesbase Holidays

    Tyngwndwn Farm, Cilcennin, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8RJ
    Nestled between the Cambrian Mountains and Cardigan Bay, Naturesbase is 9 acres of flower rich meadows and woodland, 10 minutes drive from the Welsh coast. With a mixture of wooden lodges, camping, barn and a Shepherds Hut, Naturesbase is ideal for families, couples and groups wanting to enjoy the open countryside and all that nature has to offer.
  • Skiddaw House Hostel

    Bassenthwaite, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 4QX
    The highest hostel in Britain! Escape the crowds at this remote mountain hostel. No roads, no other buildings, no phone signal, just uninterrupted beautiful mountain views. But there’s no need to compromise on comfort, with wood burning stoves, hot showers, a well-stocked bar and full bedding provided. An easy walk or mountain bike ride from Keswick or Threlkeld.
  • Castle Ward Bunkhouse

    Bunkhouse, National Trust Castle Ward, Strangford, Down, BT30 7LS
    This traditional Bunkhouse is the perfect base to explore the stunning gardens, visit the beautiful shores of Stangford Lough or take the ferry to Portaferry. Sleeping up to 14 in three upstairs rooms, it is a great choice for groups & family get-togethers. The estate has walking, cycle trails plus play areas making this a particularly family friendly spot. It is also a huge hit for Game of Thrones fans as the original Castle Ward was the location for ‘Winterfell’. The retail shop has tons of brilliant HBO GOT memorabilia.
  • Brecon Bunkhouse

    Brecon Bunkhouse, Cwmfforest Farm, Pengenfford, Talgarth, Brecon, LD3 0EU
    Brecon Bunkhouse is a spacious, comfortable, bunkhouse in the Brecon Beacons. Offering great value self-catering accommodation with a big dining room and sitting room with wood-burner. In the Black Mountains, with mountain walks from the door, an ideal base for horse riding, mountain biking and canoeing. There is a riding centre on the farm and the bunkhouse has a drying room and storage/cleaning facilities for bikes and canoes. Camping available.
  • Gaveston Hall

    Nuthurst, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 6RF
    A former boarding school nestling in beautiful countryside, Gaveston Hall accommodates groups of all sizes. The 100 beds are spread across dorms, private singe/twin rooms & chalets. Set in magnificent grounds with a football field, tennis court, woodland walks and fishing lakes. Outdoor activities can also be provided on-site. Inside there are table tennis & pool tables and an indoor swimming pool (summer only). Room for coach parking.
  • Mid Wales Bunkhouse

    Woodhouse Farm, St Harmon, Rhayader, LD6 5LY
    Mid Wales Bunkhouse has a superb unspoilt rural location, close to the Elan Valley, for any activity or occasion with a stunning natural garden. Explore or swim in the river. There's walking and biking from the door, even accommodation for your horse. Fully equipped for self catering or meals provided. Authentic tipi and camping. Available for groups of up to 26 or individuals.
  • Deepdale Backpackers

    Deepdale Farm, Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, PE31 8DD
    Deepdale Backpackers offers a range of comfortable self-catering rooms with private en suite shower/toilet facilities, plus single sex dorms. All bedding is provided, just BYO towels. With underfloor heating throughout, laundry & drying facilities, all rooms have shared access to a large well equipped kitchen, communal dining area and living room.
  • The Ceilidh Place Bunkhouse

    14 West Argyle St. Ullapool, IV26 2TY
    The Ceilidh Place, in the centre of Ullapool, is a unique small complex, consisting of a music venue/performance space, restaurant, hotel, bar, bookshop, coffee shop, gallery and bunkhouse. There are regular ceilidhs, concerts & plays. The bunkhouse (group only) does not have self-catering facilities but the coffee shop is open from 8.30am to late evening all week including weekends. Rooms are also available in the hotel. The village of Ullapool is a small exciting port and fishing town, with ferries from the Outer Hebrides. Hill walkers and families especially love staying here.
  • Caldbeck Glamping Barns

    Caldbeck, Lake District, Cumbria, CA7 8DZ
    Opening Summer 2020, Caldbeck Glamping accommodation is in the centre of Caldbeck Village close to Wainwright's Northern Fells. Opposite The Odd Fellows pub and close to the village store and craft centre. The self contained barns and cottage sleep 8, 4, 4, and 2 and there is also space for 2 tents. Caldbeck is a 25 minute drive from M6 motorway and right on The Cumbria Way walk and The Reivers Cycle route.
  • Chellington Centre

    The Chellington Centre, St Nicholas Church, Felmersham Road, Carlton, Bedford MK43 7NA
    A unique and memorable venue for group stays. Situated in the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside with amazing views across the Great River Ouse, it’s easily accessible from the M1 but a world apart. The converted 12th century church can sleep 30 in bunkrooms, with modern facilities, an industrial style kitchen for self-catering and two breakout rooms. Youth group discounts available.
  • Woodside Lodges Bunkhouse

    Woodside Lodges, Falcon Lane, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 2JN
    Woodside Lodges Bunkhouse sits in a landscaped park with pools & wild flower meadows, along with Scandinavian self-catering lodges, a campsite and camping pods. The bunkhouse offers 5 self-catering units. Guests enjoy private rooms but share the campsite shower block. Close to the Herefordshire Trail, Malvern Hills & the Forest of Dean it's ideal for walkers, cyclists & nature lovers.
  • Downham Camping Barn

    Twiston Lane, Downham, Clitheroe, Lancs. BB7 4DF
    With unrivalled views of Pendle Hill Downham Camping Barn is a short walk from Downham village with its pub & cafes. Popular with walkers, cyclists & DofE groups the recently refurbished the barn sleeps 12 (BYO camp beds or roll mats). There’s a basic kitchen, sitting area, hot shower & WC. Photovoltaic cells provide power for limited LED lighting (but not for phone charging) and there is a wood-burning stove with fuel available to purchase. Outside there is space for tents, a gas BBQ & fire pit.
  • Ravenspoint Hostel

    Kershader, South Lochs, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9QA
    On the unspoiled Isle of Lewis, Ravenspoint Hostel sits on the shores of Loch Erisort, providing comfortable accommodation in a traditional crofting community where Gaelic is still spoken on a daily basis. Whether travelling by bike, car or on foot, look out for white-tailed eagles, otters, deer and enjoy exploring the community-owned Pairc Estate on which the hostel sits alongside a small shop, tea-room, fuel service and museum.
  • Black Rock Bunkhouse

    Evanton, Dingwall, Ross-shire, IV16 9UN
    Situated in beautiful Glenglass and sheltered by Ben Wyvis, this comfortable bunkhouse is an ideal base for touring the Highlands. The bunkhouse is at the eastern end of a hikers' route across Scotland and on the Land's End to John O'Groats route. The village has a general shop, Post Office, bus service and an inn (serving good bar meals and breakfasts) 250m away. There is also a camping ground. All areas of the bunkhouse are easily accessible by wheelchair and suitable for the disabled.
  • Thorpe Farm Bunkhouses

    Thorpe Farm, Hathersage, Peak District, Via Sheffield, S32 1BQ
    Close to Hathersage and 2 miles west of Stanage Edge, the bunkhouses are on a family-run dairy farm. Popular areas for climbing, walking from meadows to moorland with fantastic views & mountain biking. Each bunkhouse is heated and has a living room, kitchen, bathrooms with toilets, showers and washbasins. Sleep in dorms with bunks or the Hayloft has mattresses on the gallery floor. Camping is available. Secure bike storage and free parking.
  • Chatton Park Bunkhouse

    Chatton Park Farm, Chatton, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 5RA
    A former smithy converted into a self-catering bunkhouse on a mixed working farm.1/2 mile from Chatto, 8 miles from Northumberland’s vast empty beaches and historic castles and 5 miles from the heather clad Cheviot Hills. Walking, water sports, climbing, fishing, golf and cycling are all nearby. The 2 dorms can be rented separately. There is a fully equipped kitchen, seating around the original blacksmith’s fire & hot showers.
  • Sealock Barn

    Vale Cottage, 7 Annery Kiln, Weare Giffard, Bideford, EX39 5JE.
    OPENING SPRING 2020. This converted workshop on a restored section of the heritage Rolle canal in rural Devon sleeps up to 10 in 3 rooms. Surrounded by a county wildlife site & salt marshes there is abundant wildlife. Facilities include an open plan kitchen/living/dining area and two WC/shower rooms. The barn has direct access to the Tarka Trail, perfect for walking or cycling. Guests will also enjoy direct access to the tidal River Torridge for canoeing & fishing. BYO sleeping bags.
  • Preseli Venture Eco Lodge

    Preseli Venture, Parc-y-nole Fach, Mathry, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5HN
    Situated just a short walk to a stunning beach, this 5* Eco Lodge offers catered accommodation & a range of outdoor activities to individuals, families & groups of all sizes. Popular with schools, clubs & hen/stag groups it boasts great communal areas including a bar, outside picnic area, fire pit & games field. Just 1 mile from the Wales Coast Path & right on the Sustrans Celtic Trail .
  • Cliffe House

    140 Lane Head Road, Shepley, West Yorkshire, HD8 8DB
    Cliffe House is set in 14 acres of woodland in rural West Yorkshire, just 7 miles from the Peak District. A centre for outdoor learning and conferences, ideal for schools and businesses, it is also available as a whole house booking to groups of families and friends. There are 10 bed rooms sleeping up to 72 people and three bright communal areas with seating for 40 people in each.
  • Gumber Camping Barn (formerly Gumber Bothy)

    Gumber Campsite and Camping Barn, Gumber Farm, Slindon, West Sussex, BN18 0RN
    A converted Sussex flint barn on a working sheep farm within the National Trust’s Slindon Estate, Gumber Camping Barn provides simple overnight accommodation & camping for walkers, horse riders and cyclists, just off the South Downs Way. A tranquil and remote location for you to get away from it all. Just five minutes’ walk from Stane Street, the Roman Road that crosses the South Downs Way at Bignor Hill. NO CARS. Not suitable for under fives.
  • Aberdaron Farm Bunkhouse

    Y Gweithdy, Anelog, Aberdaron, Pwllheli, LL53 8BT
    Aberdaron Farm Bunkhouse is two miles from Aberdaron village, it has underfloor heating and a large comfortable social room. Bring sleeping bags or hire duvet sets for £3. Whistling Sands is close by and Bardsey Island lies across The Sound off the tip of the Llyn Peninsula. Pets allowed (with notice). Holiday cottages/camping also available.
  • Upper Booth Camping Barn

    Upper Booth Farm, Edale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 7ZJ
    Next to a small campsite alongside Crowden Clough in the Peak District. Hire the simple barn and additional pitches on the campsite. There is space for cooking (BYO equipment and beds) and tables for eating. Toilets, sinks & showers are shared with the campsite. On a working hill-farm, the Pennine Way passes through the farmyard and there is great mountain biking locally.
  • Birsay Outdoor Centre

    Birsay, Orkney, KW17 2LY
    Birsay Hostel in the northwest corner of the Orkney mainland offers comfortable accommodation for up to 26 in 5 bedrooms. An ideal venue for outdoor education trips, clubs or family gatherings. It has a well equipped kitchen, dining area, drying room, disabled access and all bed linen is provided. There is a campsite in the extensive grounds. Close to spectacular coast, RSPB reserves, early settlements and UNESCO heritage sites.
  • Dragons Back

    Pengenffordd, LD3 0EP
    The Dragons Back (formerly The Castle Inn) is a pub with B&B, camping & 3 bunkrooms in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The bunkrooms are fully carpeted and centrally heated with en suite wet rooms, self-catering, drying facilities and secure storage. Stag/hens welcome. Dogs £5 pn in the bunkhouse. Meals in the pub. Glamping is available in our Shepherds Hut and the Tardis !
  • Raydale Barn

    Busk Lane, Marsett Lane, Stalling Busk, Leyburn, North Yorks DL8 3DH
    Raydale Barn is an off-grid camping barn nr Lake Semerwater in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Matresses for 16 inside plus camping outside in the barn’s own field. The barn is tucked away about 0.3 miles from the nearest road. It has a gas cooker, a wood burner, toilets and showers, but no electricity. BYO bedding, torch & candles. Pefect for groups of walkers, cyclists, runners and families wanting to explore the Dales.
  • Parc Elernion Camping Barn

    Clynnog Rd, Trefor, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL54 5AA
    Set within SSSI woodland, close to Trefor with its lovely sandy beach & harbour and with easy access to the Wales Coast Path, this little camping barn sleeps 2 on Westlake camp beds. BYO sleeping bags & towels. There is a well equipped kitchenette. The washing & toilet facilites are shared with the caravan site. A holiday cottage & tent pitches are also available. Perfect for the Welsh coast, castles & Snowdonia.
  • Calico Barn Bunkbarn

    Hemscott Hill Farm, Widdrington, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 5EQ
    On the Northumberland Coast close to Amble and Warkworth, Calico Barn is perfect for walkers and cyclists on NCN1 and Coast & Castles routes. The bunkhouse has a log burner and is designed to be a home from home. Fully equipped kitchen and dining area, private and shared rooms with comfortable bunk beds. Cereal breakfast included and self-cook breakfast packs available. Veranda and paddock outside.
  • Berry Lawn Linhay Bothy

    Countisbury Hill, Nr Lymouth, Devon.
    Berry Lawn Linhay Bothy is a stone tent perched on top of some of England’s highest cliffs, with amazing views over the Bristol Channel, Watersmeet Valley and Exmoor. Ideal as an overnight stop for walkers on the South West Coast Path the bothy welcomes up to two dogs and has no parking. There is a pub in 500m and the seaside town of Lynmouth is 2 miles away.
  • Gardiesfauld Hostel

    Uyeasound, Unst, Shetland, ZE2 9DW
    Gardiesfauld Hostel is on Unst, the most northerly of the Shetland Isles with spectacular cliffs sculpted by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and secluded, sandy beaches on the east with rocky outcrops where seals and otters appear. On the picturesque shore at Uyeasound, this refurbished hostel has good facilities and a relaxed atmosphere. There is a kitchen, dining room, lounge, conservatory and rooms with en suite facilities as well as a garden when you can pitch a tent or park your caravan.
  • By the Way Hostel and Campsite

    Lower Station Rd, Tyndrum, FK20 8RY
    By The Way Hostel & Campsite lies in the Loch Lomond National Park, between Arrochar's peaks & Glencoe. There's excellent walking, climbing and white water rafting. The accommodation includes camping, various huts: hobbit houses, posh pods, glamping & trekker huts, camping cabins & a purpose built 4* hostel with twin, double & dormitory rooms, with great self-catering facilities. For more comfort still there are 2 chalets; one with three bedrooms, one with two.
  • Croft Farm Waterpark

    Bredons Hardwick, Near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 7EE
    Just outside Tewkesbury in the scenic River Avon Valley, with it’s own lake. Accommodation is in cabins, a pod village, chalets & camping. Great for touring the Cotswolds, Malverns, Bredon Hill & the Forest of Dean. A wide range of watersports, activities & tuition are on offer. A footpath meanders through the meadow to the River Avon, and free river fishing is available to guests.
  • Mullacott Farm Camping Barn

    Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 8NA
    Set in 30 acres on the North Devon coast, the farm boasts sea views overlooking Woolacombe, Lundy Island, Lee Bay, Ilfracombe, and the Welsh coast. A former stable block with all accommodation on ground level with raised sleeping areas with mattresses.BYO sleeping bag/bedding and warm clothing. There is a dining area and well equipped kitchen. Toilets/coin operated showers are in a nearby block. No stag/hen parties. Dogs welcome with sole use bookings. B&B, camping and a static caravan are also available on site.
  • Abersoch Sgubor Unnos

    Fferm Tanrallt Farm, Llangian, Abersoch, Gwynedd, LL53 7LN
    Bunkhouse accommodation on a family farm in the village of Llangian. Just one mile from Abersoch which is famed for watersports, the bunkhouse is an ideal base for walking the Llyn Coast Path, surfing, cycling, golf, fishing, running & sailing. Spinning & knitting courses using the farm's own wool are available. The three modern bunkrooms are ideal for individuals or groups with a fully equipped kitchen/lounge, disabled facilities, secure storage & parking.
  • Bwthyn Bach

    Bwthyn Bach, Trefeglwys, Caersws, Powys. SY17 5QE
    Bwthyn Bach, in the village of Trefeglwys in rural Mid Wales is run by a small trust. Sleeping 17 across 5 rooms, the facilities are simple & add to the quaint & quirky feel of this 300 year old Grade II building. There’s a small kitchen/diner with hot water, kettle, electric cooker, microwave & all the basic crockery/cutlery you will need. A wood burning Rayburn keeps it warm, while a separate dining room has space for large groups. BYO bedding.
  • Court Hill Centre

    Letcombe Regis, Wantage, OX12 9NE
    Just 2 miles south of Wantage, and only a few steps from the historic Ridgeway National Trail, Court Hill Centre enjoys breathtaking views over the Vale of the White Horse. Reclaimed barns surround a pretty courtyard garden. Providing accommodation to families, groups and individuals, the centre offers evening meals, breakfasts and picnic lunches. There is a beautiful high-roofed dining room which retains the atmosphere of the old barn. A meeting/class-room camping and self-catering available.
  • Deneholme

    Northumberland Adventure Centre, Deneholme, Allendale, Hexham, Northumberland, NE47 9PX
    On the edge of Allendale, in the North Pennines ANOB, Deneholme hostel & outdoor activity centre accommodates groups of 14-40. Perfect for schools, clubs, family reunions & weddings. Stag/hen groups welcome. Self cater or catered. This impressive Edwardian country house set in expansive lawns and 5 acres of steep woodland has 11 bedrooms and a plenty of communal areas, some large enough for 40+ guests to dine/celebrate together.
  • Observatory Hostel

    NRBO, North Ronaldsay, Orkney Islands, KW17 2BE
    On a 34 acre croft managed by the North Ronaldsay Bird Observatory on the most northern isle of Orkney. Adjacent to a shell sand beach visited by seals and unique seaweed-eating sheep. Spectacular bird migrations and outstanding views. Ideal accommodation for those interested in wildlife but welcomes all. The hostel sleeps 10 in three dormitories with a self-catering kitchen. Lounge bar and meals available in the Observatory Guest House.
  • Edmundbyers YHA at Low House Haven

    Low House, Edmundbyers, Consett, Durham,DH8 9NL
    Edmunbyers hostel lies in moorland, close to the Northumberland/County Durham boundary, with fine views. It’s just two miles from Derwent Reservoir, for sailing & fishing. Ideal for walking holidays, it’s also on the Coast to Coast (C2C) cycle route & is close to Hadrian’s Wall & Beamish outdoor museum. Cosy & comfortable with optional home cooked evening meals & breakfasts.
  • Royal Oak Bunkbarn

    The Royal Oak, Hurdlow, Nr Buxton, SK17 9QJ
    A refurbished stone barn next to an award winning Peak District country pub, The Royal Oak Bunkbarn is perfectly situated with direct access onto the High Peak and Tissington Trails (disused railways for easy off-road cycling). The area is also very popular with climbers and walkers with limestone gorges and stone circles to explore. The bunkbarn offers comfortable, clean bunk bed style rooms. The five separate bunk rooms are all heated and lockable. Campsite and holiday cottages also available.
  • Gilfach Wen Barn

    Gilfach Wen, Brechfa, Carmarthenshire, SA32 7QL
    A homely, high quality, bunkhouse for individuals, extended families or groups on a working farm. The large social area is ideal for reunions or celebrations. There are 7 family bedrooms including one downstairs for disabled. Perfect for exploring Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Brecon Beacons, Cambrian Mountains and the Gower. Walker, cyclist, dog & equestrian friendly. Village pub close by.
  • Toad Hall

    Railway Terrace, Doll St, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8BH
    Toad Hall sits beside the River Dovey, close to Snowdonia National Park in the market town of Machynlleth. NCN Cycle Route 8 & Glyndwrs Way pass near by. The hostel consists of a three bed-roomed self contained unit above the owner's family home. The small flat garden is ideal for camping and there's a small workshop for bike repair/storage.
  • The Wild Wool Barn

    Routen Farm Cot, Ennerdale, CA23 3AU
    Nestled in the peace of the Ennerdale Valley, overlooking Ennerdale Water, The Wild Wool Barn provides luxury bunkhouse accommodation for 6 (plus 6 camping). Traditional wood-burning stove, electric heating, cooker and shower marry tradition with luxury. With no mobile signal or WiFi The Wild Wool Barn is a true chance to get away and explore the rarely visited Western Lakes.
  • Garrigill Village Hall

    Garrigill Village Hall, Garrigill, Alston, Cumbria, CA9 3DS
    Perfect for the Pennine Way or C2C cycle route. In the lovely village of Garrigill, the bunkroom above the village hall sleeps 8 with bedding hire available. Larger groups can BYO bedding and use the hall itself where 12 camp beds are available. There is free wifi, a well equipped kitchen, showers and drying room so the perfect long distance walk/C2C stop over.
  • Viking Centre

    Pelham Road, Claxby, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire LN8 3YR
    Situated in the village of Claxby in the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this low cost hostel has a well equipped kitchen and good sized communal area. Within easy reach of Lincoln, Gainsborough, Scunthorpe and Grimsby. The perfect location for: walking, cycling, field studies, outdoor pursuits, educational activities and conservation projects. Popular with family groups, schools, scouts, guides, walkers, cycling groups and other organisations. Ideal for groups wanting a break in beautiful rural surroundings.
  • Humphrey Head Group Hostel

    Humphrey Head O.C, Holy Well Lane, Flookburgh, Cumbria LA11 7LY
    Perched on an outcrop overlooking Morecambe Bay on the edge of The Lake District, Humphrey Head Group Hostel & Outdoor Centre is perfect for family celebrations, reunions, stag/hen parties, schools, clubs & groups. Remote & private, surrounded by stunning scenery & nature, with outdoor activities on site there is something for everyone.Catering & camping available.
  • Greengill Barn

    Greengill Barn, Strickland Road, Morland, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 3AX
    A converted traditional barn on the edge of Morland in Cumbria’s rolling Eden Valley. Close to the Lake District and handy for the M6. Great for gatherings of family or friends wanting to visit the Lake District, the Pennines, the Yorkshire Dales and the Borders. There is a large, fully equipped kitchen/dining room and a large, two-storey games room. On NCR 71 and Wiggo’s Loop on C2C. Good local walking and easy access to lakes & fells. Local café and pub for meals & ale.
  • Bridges Long Mynd Youth Hostel

    Ratlinghope, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY5 0SP
    Tucked away in the tranquil Shropshire hills, close to Long Mynd & Stiperstones, Bridges Hostel is an ideal spot for walkers with the Shropshire Way passing close by. It is also handy for the End to End cycle route and good mountain biking routes. The hostel has a good kitchen, lounge with wood fire, drying room, shop and a large garden. Home cooked, home grown three course evening meals are available. Camping is available and there is a pub nearby.
  • Lockerbrook Farm Outdoor Centre

    Snake Pass, Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 0BJ
    Lockerbrook Farm provides remote accommodation for groups of 15 to 38 people with with stunning views across Snakes Pass to the Peak District Edges. Sleeping is in two large dorms and five smaller rooms. There is a large kitchen and dining area, ideal for groups to self cater and an enormous activity room with lounge area and a splendid wood burning stove. Catering can be provided.
  • Woodlands Bunkhouse

    Glasbury on Wye, Powys, HR3 5LP
    Woodlands Bunkhouse is a converted stable set in the 10 acre grounds of Woodlands Centre. It overlooks the River Wye and has wonderful views of the Black Mountains. The historic town of Hay on Wye is near by. The Bunkhouse provides comfortable, modern accommodation for families and groups. There's a well equipped kitchen and dining room and 22 beds in 9 rooms. The bunkhouse can arrange courses in a variety of outdoor activities.
  • Ffridd Bunkhouse

    Ffridd Llwyn Gwerfyl, Harlech, Gwynedd, LL46 2TW
    Remote & peaceful, surrounded by the rugged splendour of Snowdonia, Ffridd Bunkhouse offers budget accommodation. Harlech with its beach, pubs, cafes & castle is just 2.5 miles away. This basic accommodation is in 2 units, one sleeps 12 & the other 4/5. Both have kitchen/dining areas & some heating. Each has a separate outside WC, but the shower is shared. Walkers, climbers & mountain bikers alike return annually to this hidden gem of a bunkhouse. BYO bedding.
  • The Reckoning House

    Mandale Farm, Haddon Grove, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1JF
    Renovated to a high standard including double glazing and insulation, the Reckoning House is situated 3 miles from Bakewell. It is on the edge of the Lathkill Dale National Nature Reserve, full of interesting flora and fauna as well as outstanding geological features. Horse riding, fishing, golf and cycle hire are available locally. Local walks include the Limestone Way. Facilities include: cooking area, 4 calor gas rings (gas supplied), hot water for washing up & showers, storage heaters in all rooms.
  • Middle Ninfa Bunkhouse

    Middle Ninfa Farm, Llanellen, Abergavenny, NP7 9LE
    Middle Ninfa Farm, on the edge of the Blaenavon World Heritage Site in the Brecon Beacons, offers bunkhouse/cottage accommodation, camping on eleven ‘remote’ pitches and hands-on training in coracle making and willow sculpture. Sympathetically renovated to retain the rustic charm with fine views over the Usk Valley, the bunkhouse provides comfortable self-catering accommodation for up to 6 people. BYO food, sleeping bags, & pillowcases.
  • Tarset Tor Bunkhouse and Bothies

    Greystones, Lanehead, Tarset, Hexham, NE48 1NT
    In the heart of the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park and close to the Pennine Way. These striking timber eco-buildings integrate into their natural surroundings making the most of this remarkable location and providing the perfect base for outdoor adventures. The bunkhouse and bothies provide stylish, modern, versatile & comfortable self- catering accommodation which can be used for events, conferences & parties.
  • Wetherdown Lodge and Campsite

    The Sustainability Centre, Droxford Road, East Meon, Hampshire, GU32 1HR
    An award winning eco-renovation in the heart of the South Downs National Park right on the South Downs Way National Trail. The perfect base for walkers, cyclists, business away-days and family get-togethers. The Lodge offers well appointed self-catering accommodation while the campsite has yurts and secluded woodland pitches. The centre has large grounds with woodland trails and a café. Pubs, shops within 2 miles.
  • Ceridwen Centre

    Drefelin, Drefach-Felindre, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire SA44 5XE
    On an organic farm in the Teifi Valley this award winning eco-sensitive location is ideal for holidays, courses, retreats, events and weddings. Accommodation includes; Ceridwen an old smithy sensitively converted into high quality group accommodation for 19, Yurts, Eco Pods, B&B rooms, an up-cycled static caravan, Romany caravan, double-decker bus and space for camping.
  • Pindale Farm Outdoor Centre

    Pindale Road, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 6RN
    A mile from Castleton in the Peak District, Pindale Farm offers a range of accommodation: B&B in the farmhouse. The Barn has 6 self-catering units. The Engine House is a self-catering unit & The Powder House is a small camping barn. Plus a campsite. Perfect for many outdoor activities. Instruction is available.
  • Mytime Outdoor Centre

    Off Renscombe Rd, Worth Matravers, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset. BH19 3LL
    Located on the Isle of Purbeck, just outside the picturesque village of Worth Matravers, the rustic MyTime Outdoor Centre provides ideal accommodation for groups wishing to explore the magnificent Jurassic coastline. Experience the enviable range of outdoor activities nearby; from walking and cycling to coasteering and kayaking. Groups have sole use of the centre.
  • Ashclyst Farm Hostel

    Harepathstead Rd, Broadclyst, East Devon, EX5 3DF
    Ashclyst Farm Hostel is a charming National Trust farm house on an organic arable farm at the edge of Ashclyst Forest. There are double, twin, and triple rooms. The beds are fully made up with duvets and the bedrooms are spacious and quiet. Guests have full use of the farmhouse kitchen, dining rooms and lounge, and camping is available for larger groups.
  • Mount Cook Adventure Centre

    Porter Lane, Middleton-by-Wirksworth, Matlock, DE4 4LS
    This not-for-profit organisation is based on the outskirts of the Peak District. Their mission is to provide access to the outdoors for all, especially young people and those who would not otherwise have the opportunity. Mount Cook offers a range of exciting outdoor activities including Archery, Bush Craft, High Ropes and Zip Wire. The purpose-built Centre can accommodate up to 140 guests in modern ensuite bedrooms, and a further 40 guests in Glamping Pods.
  • Shieling Holidays

    Craignure, Isle of Mull, Argyll, PA65 6AY
    Stay in a Shieling Tent on the Isle of Mull. Choose from private en suite or standard Sheilings, budget-bed tents for small groups or book a bed in the Shared Shieling Hostel Tent. Clean, bright & spacious, there's also a tented common room with basic kitchen facilities, multi-fuel stove, free WiFi and TV. Views across Craignure Bay and towards Ben Nevis. Otters live on the site, wildlife abounds & eagles soar above.
  • The Long Barn

    Penrhiw, Capel Dewi, Llandysul, Ceredigion, SA44 4PG
    Penrhiw is an organic farm with views over the Teifi Valley. The stunning Ceredigion Coast and the Cambrian Mountains are an easy drive away and the busy small town of Llandysul (1.5 miles) has all essential supplies. The farm's location is ideal for exploring, studying or simply admiring the Welsh countryside. Local activities include fishing, swimming, climbing, abseiling, canoeing, farm walks and cycling.
  • St Johns in the Vale Camping Barn

    Low Bridge End Farm, St John's-in-the-Vale, Keswick, CA12 4TS
    St John’s-in-the-Vale Camping Barn is an 18th century stable on a peaceful hill farm, with stunning views to Blencathra, Helvellyn and Castle Rock. The Barn has a sleeping area upstairs (mattresses provided) and a sitting/dining area below. A separate toilet, shower and cooking area (BYO equipment) are within the building. A wood-burning stove makes it nice and cosy. Outside there is a BBQ area. As there is no light pollution, the star-filled night skies are magical.
  • Palace Farm Hostel

    Down Court Road, Doddington, Sittingbourne / Faversham, Kent, ME9 0AU
    Palace Farm Hostel is a relaxing, flexible 4* hostel on a family run farm. Situated in the village of Doddington, (which has a pub!), in the North Kent Downs AONB, the area is great for walking, cycling & wildlife. There are ten fully heated en suite rooms sleeping up to 39. Duvets, linen and continental breakfast included.
  • Mendip Bunkhouse

    Cerberus Spelaeological Society, Larkshall, Fosse Rd. Oakhill, Somerset, BA3 5HY
    Larkshall (Mendip Bunkhouse) is the Cerberus Spelaeological Society’s headquarters and offers well appointed, modern and comfortable accommodation on The Mendips. It is an ideal base for caving, walking, cycling, climbing, diving at Vobster Quay and for exploring the Somerset countryside. Popular tourist attractions, including Wells, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge and the city of Bath. Camping available. Ample parking.
  • Chalmersquoy Accommodation

    Chalmersquoy, Westray, Orkney, KW17 2BZ
    Chalmersquoy offers four-star quality hostel accommodation and camping in Westray on Orkney, the Queen of the Isles. The barn hostel has an excellent kitchen and lounge. There is a double room, a family room and three twin bunk rooms, all with sea views. Explore the cliffs, beaches and seabirds on the island or visit the Heritage Centre, shops and local crafts. Bar and food available at Pierowall Hotel, 5 mins’ walk away. The famous fish and chip shop is open Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
  • Torrent Walk Bunkhouse

    Dolgun Uchaf, Nr Dolgellau, Snowdonia, Gwynedd LL40 2AB
    Torrent Walk Bunkhouse is ideal for exploring Snowdonia. Newly refurbished, it sleeps 36 in 6 rooms. Centrally heated, there’s a well equipped kitchen/diner & a power shower block by the door. There are lots of walks on the doorstep & for mountain bikers Coed-y-Brenin & Mawddach are close by as is the seaside town of Barmouth. Apartments, B&B & camping on site. BYO bedding or hire. Sorry no under 16s.
  • Trawden Camping Barn

    Middle Beardshaw Head Farm, Burnley Road, Trawden Lancashire, BB8 8PP
    Trawden Camping Barn is a listed stone barn on Middle Beardshaw Farm. Surrounded by stunning landscape, the nearby village of Wycoller has been much used by film crews. The barn is large & open with an ancient timbered roof. The barn sleeps 37: 7 beds/bunks & 30 mattresses (BYO sleeping bags) with lots of communal space, a table tennis & pool table and a well equipped kitchen (in a separate building just 15m away). Pub & café just a short walk.
  • Clyngwyn Bunkhouse, B&b and Hut

    Clyngwyn Farm, Ystradfellte Rd, Pontneddfechan, Powys, SA11 5US
    Clyngwyn 4* Bunkhouse sits in the Brecon Beacons, only minutes away from the waterfalls and caves of Ystradfellte and Sgwd Yr Eira. Your ideal base for a wide range of outdoor activities. The bunkhouse sleeps up to 19, plus camping, three double B&B rooms and a romantic shepherd's hut in it's own private meadow.
  • Rydal Hall Bunkhouse

    Rydal Hall, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 9LX
    Situated next to Rydal Beck in the heart of the Lake District, Rydal Hall Bunkhouse provides accommodation for groups of up to 29 in four dormitories plus a large common room, drying room & a fully equipped stainless steel kitchen. There is also a quiet campsite for individuals and families, eco-pods in the grounds and en suite accommodation for up to 50 in the main hall and a tea shop.
  • Bents Camping Barn

    Newbiggin-on-Lune, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, CA17 4NX
    CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT (NEW FITTED KITCHEN & SHOWER ROOM). REOPENING SPRING 2020. Bents Camping Barn, once a 17th century shepherd’s cottage, is in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Remote and peaceful it is down a farm track half a mile from the road. There’s a kitchen with crockery and utensils and a dining area. Please bring £1 coins for the electric meter. The Coast to Coast path and the Dales High Way are nearby and the Howgill Fells, Wild Boar Fell and Crosby Garrett Common offer great fell walking. Smardale Gill Nature Reserve and Sunbiggin Tarn are also easily accessible.
  • Yealand Old School

    18 Yealand Rd, Yealand Conyers, Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 9SH
    Yealand Old School provides newly refurbished, self-catering accommodation with en-suite bedrooms and group dorms. Relax in the grounds of the Quaker Meeting House. A short stroll from Summerhouse Hill and Warton Crag amidst spectacular limestone scenery and nature reserves. LEJOG passes the front door on Route 6. Quiet village location with pub serving food.
  • Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre

    La Rue de la Pouclee et des Quatre Chemins, St Martins, Jersey, JE3 6DU
    Close to the pretty fishing port of Gorey in St. Martins. Camping and a range of B&B rooms from twin en-suites to private dormitories with shared showers. The perfect mix for individuals or groups. Large communal Wifi lounge with TV & DVD’s and a games room. Additional costs include: self catering kitchen, sauna, laundry and packed lunches. Adventure activities can be arranged.
  • Chartners Farm Off The Grid

    Harwood Forest, Ewesley, Morpeth NE61 4LJ
    Hidden away in the heart of Harwood Forest, 20 miles NW of Morpeth, Chartners Farm is definitely off the grid. It’s a 5 mile drive along forest tracks from the road. All electricity is generated by wind turbines & solar panels, while a huge log burner heats the radiators and keeps the place at a cosy 20 degrees. The perfect spot to escape the rat race, unwind & recharge. With no Wifi you can really switch off! Nature surrounds you. Come & enjoy complete peace and tranquility.
  • Hornby Laithe Bunkhouse Barn

    Hornby Laithe, Stainforth, Nr Settle, North Yorkshire BD24 9PB
    Simple, comfortable accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Hornby Laith Bunkhouse Barn occupies a secluded position within easy walking distance of the pretty village of Stainforth and the market town of Settle. It is within easy access of a wide variety of routes for walkers and climbers. Sleeping up to 5O, there is a separate barn containing a recreational area, extra camping and space for a marquee for events/weddings & ample parking. There’s a self-catering kitchen and full catering can be organised by arrangement.
  • Outdoor Alternative

    Cerrig-yr-Adar, Rhoscolyn, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 2NQ
    This purpose built 4* centre is quietly tucked away in Rhoscolyn, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Anglesey Coast. Just 5 mins' walk to the sandy beach at Borthwen and a stone's throw from the Anglesey Coastal Path. Perfect for friends & families, outdoor groups, schools and universities. Your ideal base for kayaking, climbing, sailing, walking, bird watching or beach holidays. Careful energy use is encouraged, with composting and recycling. Nearby Holyhead has ferry links to Ireland.