Kirk Yetholm Friends of Nature House, Friends of Nature House,Waukford,Kirk Yetholm,Kelso,Roxburghshire,TD5 8PG
Kirk Yetholm Friends of Nature House, nestling below the picturesque village green, is a former village school that has been offering hostel style accommodation for over 75 years. Located at the start / end of the Pennine Way it is a classic stop and is also ideal for those doing the St. Cuthbert’s Way and for cyclists on the Borderloop Cycle Route or Sustrans Route 84. A great base for local day hikes, particularly suited to individuals, families and small groups. Recently upgraded, the house offers a friendly and peaceful retreat after a day exploring the stunning countryside and local heritage. There is a comfortable lounge, a well equipped kitchen, seating for 18 in the dining area and secure bike storage. Evening meals and breakfast are available in adjacent Border Hotel. Well stocked village shop and other eateries 10 min’s walk away. FoN is one of Europe’s oldest environmental groups with 600K members and 800 houses across Europe. Under 16’s should be accompanied by an adult sharing the same dorm.This accommodation is featured on our map of Northumberland and here is its own website.
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22: 1×7, 1×5, 1×4, 2×2 (twin), 1×2 (bunk).
All year (Nov-Feb groups only). Reception 5pm-11pm & 8am-10am.
From £18, under 18's from £15. Discounts for IFN / SYHA / HI.
Book via website, email or phone. Verbal bookings held until 6pm daily.
OS Grid Ref: NT 826 282. Geo-Coord: 55.533378 -2.277233. 7 miles from Kelso on Pennine Way. Located 100m below the village green at Kirk Yetholm.
Kelso to Kirk Yetholm approx every 2hrs. Stops within 100m of building. Connections onwards from Kelso to all parts of country and to rail station
This accommodation is near mountains, is in a National Park, 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.