Wooler Youth Hostel, 30 Cheviot Street, Wooler, Northumberland, NE71 6LW
Wooler Youth Hostel & Shepherd’s Huts is set in its own spacious grounds on the edge of the town. It has newly refurbished en suite bedrooms & Shepherd’s Hut sleeping cabins, a huge dining and common room, excellent drying facilities and a large self-catering kitchen, making it great for groups & families. There is also an excellent value restaurant, on site car parking and secure cycle storage. Wooler has inns, grocery stores and specialist shops, and is an ideal base for exploring the Northumberland National Park, the Cheviot Hills (rich in archaeological sites), local castles and fine sandy beaches. For walkers there is the long distance St Cuthbert’s Way and many shorter walks. For cyclists there are the Wooler cycle hub routes, Pennine Cycleway, the Sandstone Way and many quiet lanes to explore. Nearby there are bridleways perfect for mountain-biking, some of the best bouldering in the UK, riding centres and even a gliding school. Bird watchers can take a boat trip to the Farne Islands and visit the Cheviot Hills.This accommodation is featured on our map of Northumberland and here is its own website.
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52: 3×2,6×4,1×6,1×8. Shepherd’s huts 3×2 & 1×3.
April-Oct. (open for group bookings Nov to March), 7am-11pm.
From £17.00 adults, £12.50 children. Group booking discounts.
Booking advised. Always call the hostel in advance of arriving.
From the Market Place at the bottom of the high street go up Cheviot Street past The Anchor pub. The hostel is 300 yards up the hill on the right.
Market Place, 400 yards from the hostel. Arriva Northumbria/Travelsure 464, Border Village 267 from Berwick. Travelsure 470/3 from Alnwick.
This accommodation is available to individuals, is affiliated with the YHA and is on the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels, Ideal for Independent Travellers.
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Dramatic history, fortified towns, stunning moors and canoeing !
Dramatic and facilitating, the area around the English-Scottish border is a land of dramatic history, fortified towns and stunning moors. Surprisingly it is also a great place for a canoeing trip. The waterways of northern Northumberland feel like Wind in the Willows territory, perfect for messing about on the river. The River Till rises to the east of the Cheviots and drains much of the east and northern flanks of the mountain range. It’s the only English tributary of the Tweed River.
An area rich in history- the opportunities to explore are endless. There are more castles here than in any other county- a remnant of our turbulent past.
The Cheviot Hills form a back drop for a true outdoor activity paradise. Glendale offers opportunities for all levels of walking, you can simply walk along the many miles of footpaths, bridleways and quiet country roads that criss- cross the area.
Glendale and The Cheviot Hills are a cycling paradise. There are routes for all abilities from a gentle family roll through the Milfield Plain to a full day of adventure around big hill country and twisting single track. Cyclists have access to limitless terrain from Wooler – a designated cycle hub. Wooler Cycle Hub has no less than 7 way-marked routes, as well as the annual Wooler Wheel cycle sportive.
Stay at Wooler Hostel and be perfected located to access the hills and cycle ways of North Northumberland.
Wooler Hostel has welcomed school groups for many years.
Wooler Hostel has welcomed school groups for many years.We regularly welcome educational groups at all levels from first and primary schools on activity breaks to High Schools, University groups and the U3A, studying specialist subjects such as the Natural Environment, Geology, Geography, Archaeology, and Christian Heritage.
We are a completely safe and secure venue that has a 24 hour reception that is on hand at all times, and our three star hostel rating has full disability access throughout.