Stonehenge Hostel, Beacon House, Amesbury Road, Cholderton, Salisbury, Wilts, SP4 0EW
Call Reception on 01980 629438
Stonehenge Hostel, situated on a beautiful family farm & vineyards near StonehengeSituated on a delightful family-owned farm & vineyard, this Hostel provides great-value accommodation suitable for families (especially those with children), groups, and individuals. It is ideal for those who enjoy the Great British countryside.
The hostel sleeps up to 70 people, split over 14 bedrooms, 7 of which are en-suite. There is a well-equipped self-catering kitchen, a large and airy conservatory dining area, a lounge with TV, and a small garden area with seating. The kitchen has saucepans, cooking utensils and tableware. There are two fridges, a smaller freezer, a microwave, two ovens, 8 hobs, kettles, and a toaster.
There is an on-site restaurant that can be booked for homemade meals, breakfasts, lunches & dinners (subject to availability). There is also a large beautifully converted barn which can be hired additionally for an event, or gathering.
The hostel has ample car parking, with its own private entrance. It is also adjoined to Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm, a local treasure, open for daily visits, with FREE access for hostel guests. There is also a large indoor play barn. During the spring and summer, there is a range of daily activities including the famous pig racing.
Bluestone Vineyards are also located on-site, where (if booked in advance of your stay) you can enjoy a wine-tasting tour.
The hostel is in a beautiful, quiet & rural setting, yet only 8 miles from the historic Cathedral City of Salisbury, and just 5 miles from the iconic landmark of Stonehenge World Heritage Site. There are walks, cycle paths and lots of stunning countryside locally to explore. Please be aware that guests need their own transport.
Sole use and group bookings are welcome, from families, walking groups, cyclists, sports teams, faith groups and others.
Cholderton also specialises in hosting weddings, family parties and other celebrations.
Beds & Rooms:70: 2x2, 1x3, 5x4, 1x5, 1x6 + dorms
Price per night:Enquire for prices.
Booking:Booking in advance is advisable.
Directions:From A303/A338 junction follow brown road signs to Rare Breeds Farm & Bluestone Vineyards. From M4 Junction 15 follow A346 to Marlborough then follow A338.
- Long Distance Walks King Alfreds Way Cathedral Cycle Route Trans Euro Trail
Close to a Pub Individuals welcome Youth Hostels Accessible to disabled people En suite rooms Alternative Weddings Breakfast Evening Meals Stag and Hens Large Hostels IHUK Signage
This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable 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
r Accessibility Info
Stonehenge Hostel has accessible rooms. ..Click for photos and more
MapView Nearby Hostels
Stonehenge Hostel is just over 3 miles from King Alfred’s Way
November 20th 2023
Three miles from Amesbury with the possibility of a route avoiding the busy A303 dual carriageway. We would love to hear about routes from anyone who has cycled from Amesbury to Stonehenge Hostel. This YHA-affiliated hostel has a mixture of private rooms and dorms. It has a self catering kitchen and on site cafe which is open for breakfast.
Stonehenge Hostel, a perfect retreat for outdoor enthusiasts and families
August 2nd 2023
Welcome to Stonehenge Hostel, a perfect retreat for outdoor enthusiasts and families alike. Formerly affiliated with the YHA, this charming hostel offers a truly unique experience, thanks to its proximity to the neighbouring rare breeds farm. As an exclusive treat, your hostel booking grants you complimentary access to the farm, where delightful encounters await with pygmy goats, peacocks, guinea pigs, and sheep. Just exit the hostel via the conservatory and head down the garden until it opens out into a farmyard.
Accommodating up to 70 guests, Stonehenge Hostel provides a range of options for your stay – from individual beds to private rooms or even reserving the entire space. The hostel comes complete with a well-appointed kitchen, an inviting lounge, and a sunlit conservatory that overlooks a serene garden. The garden in question is perfect for picnics as it has paths to explore, picnic benches, rose bushes and a water feature. There is also a vineyard located on-site, where (if booked in advance of your stay) you can enjoy a wine-tasting tour.
Beyond the farm adventure, a converted barn nearby houses a charming café and farm shop. If you don’t fancy cooking in the fully equipped kitchen, just head over to the cafe for your breakfast, lunch and dinner! Stonehenge Hostel isn’t just a place to stay; it’s a gateway to nature and community, offering relaxation, animal interactions, and exploration all in one package. Whether you’re seeking thrilling outdoor experiences or cherished family moments, Stonehenge Hostel invites you to indulge in an unforgettable escape.
August 2nd 2023
My friend Lily and I spent a night at Stonehenge Hostel before attending the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge. Our plan was simple, stay at Stonehenge Hostel, relax and save our energy before the inevitable chaos and merriment that would ensue the following night!Read More