Kettlewell Hostel, Whernside House, Kettlewell, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5QU
Call Saul & Floss Ward on 01756 760232
OverviewThe Visit England Rose Award winning Kettlewell Hostel is a stylish Independent Hostel in the beautiful heart of the Yorkshire Dales. The hostel offers really good value, delicious home cooked breakfasts and evening meals including our famous 8 Hour Beef Stew and a great range of local ales, ciders and carefully selected wines. We can sleep up to 42 in eleven bedrooms, a lovely large dining room with a great secondhand bookshop, a well equipped self-catering kitchen, a cosy lounge with wood-burning stove for cold evenings, and a stylish garden to sit out in during the summer with a G and T. There is a good sized bike shed to keep your bikes safe and free WiFi throughout the building. Dormitory and private rooms available, some with bunk beds and all have shared bathroom facilities. There are fabulous walks right from the hostel as well as world class cycling routes including Tour de France and Tour of Yorkshire climbs to conquer. It is a short drive to Skipton, Hawes or Malham, to take in some of the other highlights of the area.
Beds & Rooms:42: 1 x twin, 1 x double, 4x3, 2x4, 2x6, 1x5/6
Open:All year. Reception 8-10.30am, 4-10pm.
Price per night:Beds from £25, private rooms for 2 from £59. Sole use from £400/night.
Booking:Email to hire whole hostel or via YHA website for individual bookings.
Directions:From Skipton travel north towards Grassington then follow signs to Kettlewell. In the village, cross two bridges then turn right in front of the Bluebell pub. Turn left at the village shop and the Hostel is the second building on right.
Public Transport:Bus number 72 from Skipton train station.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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January 15th 2020
For Sandy and I, our goal was simple. To complete the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge. We had last made the round of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough back in the summer of 1984 soon after we had first met. Now, 35 years later, it was time for another go!Read More
Kettlewell Hostel is closed over winter, re-opening on 7th Feb 2021
December 1st 2020
We are continuing our refurbishment and trying out some delicous new dishes for our menu. Our Rose Award winning Independent Youth Hostel in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales will be reopening with limited availability. Making a safer holiday. We would love you to book and come and stay!
Serving hearty, great value homemade meals & local beer in our large dining room when regulations allow. There’s a cosy lounge with woodburner, a lovely garden, self-catering kitchen & big bike shed! Great walking and cycling routes on the doorstep.his time, with designated toilets, showers and dining tables, I hope that the tiers will be lifting rather than tightening by Feb as that was not so good for business!
Kettlewell is good to go from 1st of August
July 9th 2020
A gem of Yorkshire, Kettlewell hostel is working hard to get ready for you
From the first of August you’ll be able to stay in the wonderful Yorkshire Dales, perfect for long hikes in gorgeous area. Or possibly bike and see more on two wheels the hostel happens to be situated on the tour de france cycling route. Maybe push yourself to the limit with the tour of Yorkshire and its climbs.
One of the best hostels around.
August 30th 2019
Recent guests at Kettlewell Hostel near Skipton in the Yorkshire Dales sing the praises of this award-winning hostel, “The food was delicious, the building immaculate and the atmosphere very warm and relaxing”.
Their full message is as follows: Dear Floss and Saul, Thank you for our wonderful few days at your lovely hostel. From the moment we stepped in to the building, the warmth and welcome were obvious – the simple act of showing us around the hostel and taking the time to chat means a lot . It is abundantly clear that you both love your hostel and your business. The food was delicious, the building immaculate and the atmosphere very warm and relaxing. As a volunteer manager at a few hostels during the summer months we have travelled much of the YHA network over the years. For me, it is difficult to think of any other hostel that comes close to yours – and that includes others that, like Kettlewell, have become independents. Thank you and we wish you every success and all the very best for the future.