Scarborough Youth Hostel, The White House, Burniston Road, Scarborough, YO13 0DA
Call Robert Fletcher on 01723 448900
Independent youth hostel in ScarboroughOnce a 17th century water mill, set on a quiet riverside, two miles north of the town and 15 minutes' walk from Scalby Mills and the North Bay. Scarborough Youth Hostel provides quality accommodation for groups: school, college, university, sports and friends/family groups who wish to enjoy, explore, or simply unwind on the beautiful North Yorkshire coast. Two long sandy beaches, miles of rugged coastline, and one of the UK's largest areas of forest and moorland, make Scarborough the perfect base for activity breaks with excellent walking, cycling, surfing and sailing. There is plenty for those interested in birds, wildlife, history, geology and the seashore. Scarborough regularly hosts live concerts and festivals, TT racing, surf competitions and theatre productions. Use the well equipped kitchen to prepare your own meals. Sole use available for large groups. School/group packages: breakfast, packed lunch & evening meals as required with additional rooms available.
Beds & Rooms:42: Main House 22: 2x6, 1x5, 1x4, 1x2 . Annexe 20: in 4 rooms.
Open:Seasonal. 8-10am & 5-10pm. Group arrival time by arrangement.
Price per night:Please enquire for prices.
Booking:Phone 01723 448900 to book
Directions:A165 two miles north of town centre, past Gulf service station, then sharp left after the brick bridge (in a car make a U-turn after the hostel and then turn right). By foot: leave the Cleveland Way at the Helmsley sign, walk to Burniston Road turn left down the hill to the hostel drive.
- Scarborough is served by intercity buses and trains. Ask for the Ivanhoe pub (5 mins walk from hostel). The 115 Bus runs once a day from Queen Street (at 10am) to Ravenscar and stops at Scalby Caravan Park (10.23am) which is 10 minutes walk from the hostel. There is a limited service on a Sunday.
- Long Distance Walks Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk Mountain Bike Coast to Coast LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike
By the Sea Close to a Pub Individuals welcome School Groups Accommodation for Cyclists IHUK Signage
This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable for Christmas 2023 Available New Year 2023 / 2024 Available February Half Term 2024 Available May Day Bank Holiday 2024 Available Spring Bank Holiday or Half Term 2024 Available August Bank Holiday 2023 Available October Half Term 2024
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Enjoy an Easter break with friends or family on the North Yorkshire coast
February 15th 2023
Scarborough Youth Hostel are now taking bookings for the weekends and the Easter Holidays. So you have the perfect excuse for taking advantage of the best Scarborough has to offer; two beautiful sandy beaches with a range of watersports activities including surfing and paddleboarding; excellent walking on miles of coastal paths on the Cleveland Way and access to the North York Moors with abundant opportunities for walking and mountain biking,
Minimum 2 night stay. Please enquire for available dates.
Sorry we don’t allow pets.
No hen or stag parties.
Night 11: Another option at Scarborough Youth Hostel
May 10th 2021
Wainwirght’s Coast to Coast walk ends at Robin Hood’s Bay. Once you’ve dipped your toes in the sea a short bus ride will take you to Scarborough Youth Hostel.
The X93 from Middlesborough goes via Whitby and onto Robin Hood’s Bay. It then passes through Burniston and Clougton before arriving in Scarborough. Either Scalby or the Scarborough Railway Station stops are good for Scarborough Youth Hostel. In the summer months, there are 2 per hour.