Previously YHA Earby, Earby Hostel, now run as an independent hostel affiliated to Friends of Nature

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Earby Friends of Nature House, 9-11 Birch Hall Lane, Earby, Lancashire, BB18 6JX

The hostel re opening has been delayed, further information will be posted when an opening date has been notified. Welcome to Earby’s newly refurbished Independent Hostel (Friends of Nature House), a cosy historic cottage on the outskirts of the peaceful village of Earby close to the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This former YHA hostel (22 beds) is a homely cottage with a picturesque garden, stream and waterfall perfect for individuals, families and small groups. With several long distance walking (Pennine Way) and Sustrans cycling routes (Pennine Bridle Way, Lancashire Cycle Way ) running close by, Earby is an ideal stop off point. Other areas to explore are Gisburn Forest great for Mountain biking and the Trough of Bowland lovely hiking and cycling country. For more peaceful days enjoy a stroll along the Leeds Liverpool canal and the surrounding neighbouring market towns of Skipton, Settle and Grassington all within 30 minutes’ drive. We offer a warm welcome in comfortable accommodation with free Wifi. Light continental breakfast and complimentary tea and coffee available. Particularly suited to individuals, families and small groups. There are 2 comfortable lounges, wood burning stove, a well equipped kitchen and seating for 18 in the dining areas. Real ale pub and meals nearby. Breakfast café in village and late stop Co-op. Secure bike storage. On-line booking. Visit Britain 3* Hostel, ‘Walkers Welcome’, and ‘Cyclists Welcome’. Friends of Nature is one of Europe’s oldest environmental groups with 600k members and 800 houses across Europe. Under 16s must be accompanied by adult aged 18 or over and of same sex if in shared dormitory

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Earby Friends of Nature House | Previously YHA Earby, Earby Hostel, now run as an independent hostel affiliated to Friends of Nature

Contact Earby Friends of Nature House

or call Warden on
01282 842349

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Rooms & Beds:

22: 1×2, 2×6 and 1×8.

Open:

March-Nov. All year for sole use

Price per night:

From £16, U18's from £12. Discount for FoN & IFN members.

Booking:

Book via website, email or phone. Verbal bookings held until 6pm daily.

Directions:

Skipton-Burnley bus (½ hourly) to Barnoldswick. Bus from Barnoldswick to Earby bus (½ hourly) drops ½ mile from Hostel. Skipton rail station for Leeds and Settle/Carlisle line and Colne for Manchester

Public Transport:

Skipton-Burnley bus (hourly) drops ½ mile from Hostel. Skipton rail station for Leeds and Settle/Carlisle line, and Colne for Manchester

This accommodation is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the present or past youth hostel page and the Pennine Way.

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Contact Earby Friends of Nature House:

01282 842349MessageView website