Ninebanks Youth Hostel, Orchard House, Mohope, Hexham, Northumberland NE47 8DQ
Book a bed, a room, or the whole hostel. This 4-star rated Ninebanks Youth Hostel is an 18th century cottage in a stunning rural location, recently renovated to a high standard. It’s a great place to stay, with high quality en suite bedrooms, a sitting room with log-burner and a spacious dining room – and it has high environmental credentials! This picturesque family-run hostel is open to guests all year round. It has an excellent self-catering kitchen and barbecue area, alternatively catering is available for groups and exclusive hire. In the beautiful county of Northumberland, nestled within the North Pennines and close to the iconic Hadrian’s Wall, it provides the perfect base from which to explore this spectacular part of the country. Two new self-catering high quality chalets, one double and one family/double, fully self-contained and separate from the hostel are also available. Dogs welcome with prior notice on exclusive hire of the hostel or in the chalet.This accommodation is featured on our map of Northumberland and here is its own website.
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Hostel 28: 2×2/3, 2×4, 1×6, 1×8. Chalets 1 x double, 1 x double plus bunk.
All year. All day. Reception from 5pm.
Beds from £17.00, rooms from £39, whole hostel from £200. Chalet from £60. Dogs incur a cleaning fee
In Mohope one mile from Ninebanks village. From A686 take turning signposted Ouston, Ninebanks, Carrshield (left from Northumberland, right from Cumbria) – look out for the blue and white YHA sign. Go down over the cattle grids, turn right at the T junction, follow the road up the hill and the hostel and manager's cottage are the only buildings on the right.
Buses are few and get no closer than 1.5miles from the hostel. See the Wright's bus website for the current info. Trains: the nearest train stations are Haydon Bridge 11 miles and Hexham 15 miles (more trains stop at Hexham)
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the Isaac's Tea Trail, the C2C Cycle Route, the North Pennines, the present or past youth hostel page and the Hostels that welcome stag and hen parties map.
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Come for “a tonic”. Gin optional. 😉
Relax in the blissful summer warmth with a refreshing glass of tonic.. and a kick of gin! 😉
Ninebanks Youth Hostel was described as “a tonic” by a guest last weekend. He didn’t have a glass in his hand so it must have been the relaxed atmosphere, the comfort, the sunshine and the view across the valley. 28 beds in ensuite bedrooms, great space to mingle in, and all in a glorious location tucked in the North Pennines, handy for Hadrian’s Wall.
Where better for a retreat in the new year? Ninebanks Youth Hostel is hosting a women’s wellbeing weekend run by the excellent Heart and Sole Wellbeing.
Heart and Sole Wellbeing weekend
Re-energise, Refocus and Recreate your future. Women Only Gorgeously wild and welcoming. Superfood, juice and exercise to detox and energise, mindfulness to motivate and inspire!
– Gently detox and nourish the body to kick start a new healthy regime
– Improve your confidence and belief in yourself
– Be expertly guided in fitness and strength and yoga sessions
– Be part of an amazingly nurturing, female only community
– Relax in gorgeously wild and wonderful outdoors and snug, welcoming indoors
– Gain power over your thoughts and the future they are creating for you
– Make changes to your life to create a magical outcome for yourself and to smash through your limiting beliefs !!
Find out more about Heart and Sole Wellbeing
Much of the area is remote, wild countryside with little development to light up the night sky.
Ninebanks Youth Hostel, in the North Pennines, experiences some of the darkest skies in England. Much of the area is remote, wild countryside with little development and the views of the night sky are crystal clear. There are 16 official Dark Sky Discovery Sites in the area, where (during the winter) Orion and the Milky Way can also be seen with the naked eye. These locations have been recognized by Edinburgh Observatory as a fantastic places for amateur and professional astronomers to stargaze. You can find out where they are here.