Bath Ymca, International House, Broad Street Place, Bath, BA1 5LH
Call Reception on 01225 325900
OverviewBath YMCA offers a warm welcome and the best value accommodation. From its central location all the sights of this World Heritage City are easily reached on foot. Bath is also an ideal base for the explorer. Staying longer brings Stonehenge, Wookey Hole caves, Cheddar Gorge, the southern reaches of the Cotswolds, and more exciting destinations all within reach. With a total of 210 beds, Bath YMCA has a great deal of experience in making guests feel comfortable. There is a fully air conditioned lounge area with TV. Laundry, lockers, pool and football table, fax and internet facilities are available. The Health and Wellbeing Centre provides up to date equipment and qualified staff who work hard to provide Fitness with Fun. Couples, families, groups and backpackers are all welcome. All these facilities and the YMCA's traditional sense of community will make your stay a truly memorable one. Awarded 3 stars by VisitBritain.
Beds & Rooms:210: Dorms: 1x10, 3x12, 1x15, 1x18. Rooms: 7 x quad, 6 x triple, 29 x twin, 5 x double, 9 x single
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:From: dorm £16pp, single £32pp, twin £28pp, double £30pp, double ensuite £40pp, triple £23pp, quad £22pp. Inc breakfast.
Booking:Credit card guarantees.
Directions:Located approximately ½ mile from rail and bus station. Broad Street is located near the Podium Shopping Centre off Walcot Street
Public Transport:Bath has a train station and is served by National Express.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Re-opening for Summer 2020 page, the map of accommodation for school groups, the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map and the Visit Britain COVID-19 Risk Assessment Good to Go scheme.
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November 14th 2017
‘Backpackers’ and ‘budget’ might not be the first words that come to mind for people familiar with the beautiful Somerset-city of Bath. A place with an architectural style and an atmosphere that makes you feel much further south in Europe. Bath is simply unique and certainly a classy city – but it’s still possible to experience this place while travelling on a budget, which I recently discovered while spending a night at the Bath YMCA.Read More
Bath YMCA is good to go certified
July 10th 2020
Reopening from the 17th of July we can’t wait to see what you’ve all been up to.
We are keen to welcome guests back as soon as we can. All the staff at YMCA Bath Hostel have always prioritised the guest experience in terms of welcoming, comfort and cleanliness. In light of the COVID-19 we have a duty of care to our guests, customers and staff to ensure safety, transparency and flexibility in these uncertain times. We have taken the steps to do so and now believe that it’ll be safe to reopen from the 17th of July. Thank you for the support and see you soon!
A longer stay opens many more opportunities.
April 10th 2019
Stonehenge, Wookey Hole caves, Cheddar Gorge, the southern reaches of the Cotswolds, and more exciting destinations all within reach.
Your options are endless when staying in such a central city to South-West England.
Stonehenge is a world renowned heritage site, dating back to 5,500 years ago. Become a witness to the hands of time, and let your imagination rock with the unconfirmed theories of how our ancient ancestors used these monumental stones, and 250 ancient neolithic objects discovered on site.
You’ll be spoiled for choice at Bath YMCA
March 27th 2019
If you’re looking for great value accommodation in beautiful Bath you need look no further than Bath YMCA. With a total of 210 beds in dormitories and private quads, triples, doubles and singles there is a room to suit everybody. What’s more the en suite rooms have all been refurbished for this season. If this isn’t reason enough for staying at Bath YMCA then perhaps the FREE breakfast offered to everyone each morning will clinch it for you. Look out for the special offers when you book.
Once you’ve decided what days to book, what size room you’d like and just what to eat for your FREE breakfast all there’s left to do is to choose how to spend your day in historic Bath. With so much to see and do you might find yourself staying for an extra day or two. When your accommodation is such great value for money that’s an easy decision. Visit Bath and stay at Bath YMCA!