Edmundbyers YHA at Low House Haven, Low House, Edmundbyers, Consett, Durham, DH8 9NL
Call Debbie Clarke on 01207 255651
Independent youth hostel in Edmundbyers, Durham DalesNow owned by a local farming family this hostel is a former 17th century inn with wooden beams and a cosy open fire. It continues to offer friendly accommodation as part of the YHA and IHUK networks in the centre of the Edmundbyers.
A self-catering kitchen is available and an in-house bar, serving locally brewed beer as well as a full range of drinks and freshly made to order pizzas. Enjoy Friday Free Food Night. Breakfast can be ordered in advance, as can other meals. There are three pubs close by, all serving food, just ask for a recommendation.
Edmundbyers lies in moorland, close to the Northumberland and County Durham boundary, with fine views over Edmundbyers and Muggleswick Commons, two miles from Derwent Reservoir, where sailing and fishing are available and within an AONB. Ideal for walking holidays and there are prehistoric remains to explore. On the Coast to Coast cycle route or for a day out you could visit Hadrian's Wall or the Beamish outdoor museum.
The hostel has a campsite within a walled garden, with mature trees and stunning views. Roadside and off-road parking is available.
Beds & Rooms:31: 1x8, 1x6, 2x5, 1x4, 1x3 plus 14 camping pitches (6 with electric)
Open:All year (camping Apr-Oct). Check in 5-10pm. Check out 8-10am.
Price per night:From £25pp (adult). Room for 3: £70, 4: £90, 5: £90. Discounts for YHA members
Booking:Book by email, phone or online.
Directions:As you enter the village of Edmundbyers from the east on B6278, we are the first building on your left.
- Bus 773 twice daily from Consett to Townfield . Week days only.
- Long Distance Walks C2C Cycle Route Pennine Journey Trans Euro Trail
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This historic hostel has been welcoming guests since 1933!
August 21st 2022
Edmundbyers was opened in 1933 by the Youth Hostel Association. Apart from closure during the war years, it has been in constant use ever since. In 2014 it went into private hands but continued as a hostel operating under the Enterprise scheme. In 2016 it joined our Independent Hostel network, while still operating as an enterprise hostel. Originally an early 17th century inn, the heavily beamed, stone flagged. rugged stone building still has a section operating as a small, unique and quirky little pub with a cobblestone floor. Affectionately called ‘The Baa’ this is a great hit with today’s thirsty hostel guests.
Edmundbyers Hostel on the Coast to Coast cycle route
February 23rd 2022
Edmundbyers Hostel is right on the C2C cycle route as it passes through Edmundbyers village. The perfect stop off after a long day of cycling or walking.
Edmundbyers Hostel is in a fabulous location in the heart of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has a in house sheep themed bar called “The Baa” it’s a quirky little pub festooned with sheep related decoration! It serves high quality local ales, its own range of sheep themed cocktails as well as the usual range of drinks and fabulous home made pizzas