Cote Ghyll Mill, Osmotherley, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 3AH
Call Reception on 01609 883425
Independent youth hostel in Osmotherley, NorthallertonSituated in a beautiful and secluded valley in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this converted linen mill is perfect for those wishing to explore the Yorkshire moors, dales & coast. The Mill is bookable as a whole, by room or by bed. All bedrooms are fully refurbished and are en suite. Great for educational groups, families, outdoor clubs and friends gatherings in a wonderful venue. Group activities available onsite. Fully catered or self-cater. Other facilities include licensed bar and lounge, TV/games room, pool table, free WiFi, large garden, bike store, meeting rooms, laundry & drying room. Additional self-catering annex, sleeps10. The stream and woodlands in the Mill grounds provide exploration areas or organised activities for children and groups. The Mill is adjacent to Cod Beck reservoir, Cleveland Way, Coast to Coast and at the start of Lyke Wake Walk. Popular mountain biking/cycling location. Osmotherley village has pubs, a tea room and shops.
Beds & Rooms:61: Mill 61: 4x2, 6x4, 4x6 + 5 rollout beds
Open:All year. 7am - 9pm
Price per night:Adults from £32. Family rooms from £57. Enquire for groups & sole use.
Booking:Advanced booking recommended, especially for groups.
Directions:From A19 or Northallerton A684 towards Osmotherley or Teeside into Osmotherley. At the T junction/village cross turn left. Cote Ghyll Mill is ¼ mile out of the village on the right, just after the Caravan and Camping Park.
- Train to Northallerton, from the station the 80 or 89 bus (for Stokesley) stops in the centre of Osmotherley. The hostel is a 10 min walk (1/4mile).
- Long Distance Walks Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk Mountain Bike Coast to Coast LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike Walney to Wear
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This former linen mill has been a hostel 3 times!
September 6th 2022
Cote Ghyll Mill, started life as a hostel in 1934 but closed again in 1940. After a gap of some 40 years it opened again as a youth hostel in 1980. In 2021 it was transferred into private ownership and runs as Osmotherly Youth Hostel under the enterprise scheme. In 2013 it joined our network of Independent Hostels.
Cote Ghyll Mill scoops one of the UK tourism industry’s most prestigious awards.
June 13th 2022
Cote Ghyll Mill in Osmotherley, North Yorkshire has proudly announced that it has scooped a prestigious VisitEngland 2022 Rose Award.
Cote Ghyll Mill in Osmotherley, North Yorkshire has proudly announced that it has scooped a prestigious VisitEngland 2022 Rose Award. The award, which is similar to the AA star system, is one of England’s benchmark awards for quality guest accommodation, and comes as a result of years of extensive refurbishment work on the 61-bed converted Mill .
Cote Ghyll is YHA affiliated but privately owned and offers 2, 4 or 6 bed ensuite rooms with access to facilities within the Mill such as laundry, a drying room, self catering kitchen and a lounge, dining room and meeting room, as well as having access to the adjacent Cote Ghyll Caravan Park. Set on the western edge of the North York Moors, the building was once a flax and linen mill powered by Cod Beck Reservoir, just minutes walk from the Mill.
As well as being the ideal base for exploring the National Park, Cote Ghyll is a centre for outdoor activities including orinenteering, camp fire building and bush skills as well as some water sports – one of Cote Ghyll’s main attractions is its on-site waterfall.
Owners Jon and Helen Hill commented on how unusual it was for a hostel to win a Rose award. “It’s absolutely brilliant. We’ve worked so hard to improve the hostel and bring it up to top standards. “The ROSE Awards recognise the accommodation providers who provide visitors with the warmest of welcomes. They celebrate the establishments where the owners, management and employees, irrespective of their star rating, style or type of accommodation, provide outstanding experiences for their customers. Our staff have been brilliant and the award just shows it,” she said. “We have great service, great modern facilities and everyone will be clean and comfortable during their stay with us.”
VisitEngland Director Andrew Stokes said: “It is great to see the Rose Awards back as we celebrate and congratulate accommodation businesses across England excelling at customer service and creating stand-out experiences that keep visitors coming back time after time.”
March 9th 2016
Osmotherley is a pretty Yorkshire village surrounded by the high Yorkshire moors. With the Cleveland Way, The Coast to Coast and the Lyke Wake Walk passing close by, with Cod Beck Reservoir and Mount Grace Priory for more gentle days out, it is an ideal destination for a walking holiday or a family weekend escape.Read More