Wooler Youth Hostel, 30 Cheviot Street, Wooler, Northumberland, NE71 6LW
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OverviewWooler 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, drying facilities and a large self-catering kitchen, making it great for groups & families. There is also a good value restaurant, on site car parking and secure cycle storage. The hostel sleeps up to 54 people. There are en suite rooms sleeping 2,4 and 6 people and rooms with shared bathrooms sleeping 4 and 8 people. There are four Shepherd's hut, three sleeping 2 people and one sleeping 3 people with a double bed and single bed. 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 of the Northumbrian coastline. 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. Why not speak to the warden about kayaking/canoeing in the area or book onto one of his guided walks in the area.
Beds & Rooms:53: 3x2, 6x4, 1x6, 1x8. Shepherd's huts 3x2, 1x3 (family).
Open:March-Oct. (Group bookings Nov to Feb). Reception 8-10am & 5-9pm.
Price per night:From £22 adult, £20 child. Group discounts available.
Booking:Booking advised. Always call the hostel in advance of arriving.
Directions: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.
Public Transport:Market Place, 400 yards from the hostel. Arriva Northumbria/Travelsure 464, Border Village 267 from Berwick. Travelsure 470/3 from Alnwick.
Walks:Long Distance Walks St Cuthbert's Way Sand Stone Way
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Disabled Accessible Features of Wooler Youth Hostel
July 16th 2021
If you’re a traveller with mobility issues, it’s very important to make sure your accommodation suits your needs. To make the choosing process as easy as possible, we’ve gathered some details on the accessible features of Wooler Youth Hostel to help you make your decision.
- The entire hostel is at ground level, making it very accessible for those with mobility issues
- There is a disabled parking space directly outside the front door
- There are disabled cubicles in both the male and female toilets that are large enough for wheelchairs – with space for a carer if needed. Both are equipped with grab rails.
- The self catering kitchen has a permanent ramp placed over a step in the doorway
Wooler Youth Hostel & Shepherd’s Huts
June 2nd 2021
Ideal for families and outdoor enthusiasts. An ideal base for exploring the Northumberland National Park, the Cheviot Hills, local castles and fine sandy beaches. For walkers there’s St Cuthbert’s Way and for cyclists, Wooler cycle hub routes, Pennine Cycleway and the Sandstone Way. There are bridleways perfect for mountain biking and lots of bouldering and climbing.
Looking to escape the Crowds this summer?…
May 7th 2021
Wooler Youth Hostel and Shepherds Huts is surrounded by tranquil locations to walk, swim and explore both the Northumberland National Park and the stunning North East Coastline.
OK, we have many busy destinations on our doorstep, like the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Bamburgh Castle, Boat trips to the Farne Islands and Alnwick Gardens, but we have SO many other locations that you can easily wander all day and not see a sole.
Whether you want to bag a couple of the Cheviot Hills and then finish the day with a dip in a waterfall pool , or find a smugglers cave on the moors, or maybe even explore one of the Bronze Age Cairns or Hill Forts, Northumberland has it all.
We can definitely give you advice on how to find many of these superb places so you can make the most of your stay with us.
So give the crowds a miss for day or two and see what the alternative side of Northumberland has to offer and book to stay with us in 2021.
January 8th 2021
Whatever outdoor activities you or your family like to do, you can do most of them from Wooler. On land or in the sea, with instruction or by yourself. If you’re looking for an adventurous holiday at prices that won’t break the bank. Look no further than Wooler.Read More