This map of hostels and bunkhouses shows the locations of self catering accommodation in Mid Wales and along both sides of the Welsh Border, from Chepstow to Chester. The quite Mid Wales towns of Talgarth, Llandrindod Wells and Rhayder and the Welsh Marches are included and the area covered by the route of Offas Dyke is shown. Criss-crossed by the River Wye and the River Severn the Welsh Borders provide brilliant canoeing. Walkers can explore the wilderness area of the Elan Valley and the Cambrian Mountains or visit the wild ponies on the long Mynd. Hay-on-Wye, Hereford and Builth Wells are popular towns for browsing and afternoon tea. Bunkhouses and hostels are ideal for family or touring holidays, they provide excellent facilities for groups, walkers and cyclists.
Explore Mid Wales & Welsh Borders: Bunkhouses, camping barns & hostels by map
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Llangollen Hostel offers clean and comfortable twin and double rooms, en suite family rooms, private four-bed and six-bed en suite rooms, and a great value six-bed dorm. Prepare your meals in our fully fitted kitchen/dining room, then relax in our cosy lounge by the log fire. We have a book exchange, free WiFi, plenty of games, laundry facilities, a drying room, and bicycle/canoe storage. Perfect location for walking, climbing, canoeing and mountain biking in the Vale of Llangollen. Families will
On a small hill farm in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Cadarn Bunkhouse is surrounded by fantastic landscape with views of the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley. With easy access to the mountains it is perfect for walking, mountain biking and horse riding whist the River Glasbury is perfect for kayaking and canoeing. The main bunkhouse has 7 first floor bunk rooms with three wash areas on the ground floor. A well equipped kitchen, dining room and recreation room
Foxholes Castle Bunkhouse
Foxholes Castle Bunkhouse at Bishops Castle is situated within a relaxed, family-run campsite, surrounded by glorious views of South West Shropshire’s beautiful hill country. Within a few minutes’ walk of the Shropshire Way, Offa’s Dyke Path, the Sustrans cycle network and the lively town of Bishops Castle it is ideal for families, couples, walkers, cyclists and photographers. The bunkhouse is heated, divided in half by a partition with an open doorway. There is a single bed and 3 sets of
Woodlands Bunkhouse is a converted stable in the grounds of Woodlands Centre, a late Regency building, set in 10 acres of grounds. Overlooking the River Wye and with wonderful views of the Black Mountains. Woodlands is within easy reach of the spectacular limestone area to the south. Nearby is the historic town of Hay on Wye, famous for its vast array of bookshops. With its modern facilities, the Bunkhouse provides comfortable accommodation for families and a variety of groups. With
Beili Neuadd Bunkhouse
Beili Neuadd Bunkhouse is a converted 18th century stone barn beautifully positioned in quiet, secluded countryside with delightful views, its own paddocks, stream, pools and woodland. The centrally heated barn sleeps 16 in 3 en suite bunkrooms and includes a fully equipped kitchen/dining room and drying room. The bunks have full sized mattresses, bed linen is included and towels can be hired. Accommodation is also available as B&B in the main house and there is space to camp in
Bunkhouse at the Workhouse
The unique nature of Y Dolydd. It is one of the last remaining workhouses remaining and probably the only one you can stay in overnight. The natural unspoilt and relatively undiscovered beauty of the Berwyn Mountains and their surrounding area. The access to many outdoor and adventure activities, including nearby Lake Vyrnwy.
New Inn Bunkhouse
Stay at the 16th century New Inn on the River Wye and discover the forgotten countryside of mid Wales. The New Inn has a bunkhouse ideal for parties of walkers and cyclists as well as double, twin and family B&B rooms. The bunkhouse has its own entrance and a large lobby which can be used for boots and waterproofs. Secure storage is available for cycles and motor-cycles. The bunkhouse is self-contained with toilets and showers. There are no
Broughton Bunkhouse offers comfortable accommodation in a 17th century barn with a wealth of exposed beams and full of character.The bunkhouse is clean and cosy. Central heating, hot water and showers are all inclusive. There is a fully equipped kitchen with cookers, fridge-freezer, dishwasher and all the utensils you will need. Clothes washing and drying facilities are also provided. Broughton Bunkhouse is just outside Bishops Castle in South Shropshire, an excellent area for walking on the nearby Stiperstones and Long
Bala Bunk House
The bunkhouse is a converted 200-year-old Welsh stone building, set back from the road in over an acre of picturesque grounds with private parking. Modernised to provide accommodation for outdoor activity groups, it is light, airy and comfortable with storage heating. There is a large lounge/dining area and bunk rooms for 2, 4 and 8 plus annexe for 6. Separate ladies’ and gentlemen’s toilets have washing areas and hot showers. Fully equipped self-catering kitchen. Also there is a self-contained
Clyngwyn Bunkhouse, B&b and Hut
Clyngwyn Bunkhouse is situated in the Brecon Beacons, in the heart of waterfall country, very near to the caves and waterfalls of Ystradfellte and close to the famous Sgwd Yr Eira waterfalls. The terrain is ideal for mountain biking, gorge walking, canyoning, caving, abseiling, climbing, quad biking, photography and painting. Clyngwyn Bunkhouse is perfect for groups of friends or family. It sleeps up to 19 with camping available to larger groups, three double B&B rooms in the farm house
River Cabin, a traditional stone building with eco credentials, is set in an old cider orchard overlooking the mill stream. It sleeps up to 4 in a cosy bunkroom with bunk beds & a double futon. There is a kitchen/lounge area, sunny dining porch, patio & private garden with picnic table, fire pit and BBQ. The price includes heating, hot water, showers, WiFi & use of bike store. From Easter - October a small camp-site is operated alongside the cabin.
Wern Watkin Bunkhouse
Wern Watkin Bunkhouse is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, high up on Mynnedd Llangattock. It is also known as YHA Llangattock Mountain. There is direct access on foot to the mountainside and a flat mountain road to a National Cycle Route. The bunkhouse is a converted stone barn with bunks for 30 people in 7, mainly en suite, bedrooms. The massive dining room and seating area opens out onto ancient woodlands. It has under-floor heating throughout, excellent
Mid Wales Bunkhouse
Mid Wales bunkhouse is affordable, warm and comfortable, accommodating individuals or groups in outstanding rural surroundings close to the Elan Valley, Wye Valley, Trans Cambrian Trail, Glyndwrs Way and Cycle Routes 8 and 81. Lots of circular walks and rides from the door and the Cambrian mountains to the west make the location ideal for walkers, mountain bikers, cyclists, riders, bird watchers, fishermen, trekkers and more. Fully equipped for self-catering or meals available if arranged in advance. Outside covered veranda
For outdoor adventures within the Snowdonia National Park, Bala Backpackers offers good value ‘hostel-style’ accommodation, including; 30+comfy SINGLE BEDS in bedrooms of 3,4 or 5, with two washrooms of cubicle-showers, wet-room, 3 private TWIN ROOMS and 3 new EN SUITES. The 19th century character buildings are located in a quiet, sunny, chapel square, in the bustling market town of Bala, mid North Wales. It is clean, safe and nice for the price, with a fully-fitted self-catering guest kitchen. Catering is
The Dragons Back (formerly The Castle Inn) is a pub with B&B rooms, camping & 3 self contained bunkrooms, located at over 1000ft above sea level in the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park. The bunkrooms are fully carpeted and centrally heated with en suite wet rooms. Book out the entire bunkhouse from just £350 per night (£12.50pp). A new fully fitted dining/kitchen complete with WiFi and large screen TV, is now located next to the bunkhouse so self-catering is an
Set in the beautiful Mid Wales countryside on the Glyndwrs Way the bunkhouse is an ideal location for exploring or unwinding. Built to the highest standards, with 4 star tourist board rating, it provides high quality accommodation for groups or individuals. It can also be booked for conferences and seminars. There is a well equipped kitchen and a large communal area with fabulous elevated views over the Mid Wales countryside. The bunk beds are large with comfortable mattresses. Pillows
Ludlow Mascall Centre
Located in the heart of this beautiful market town, with ample free parking, Ludlow Mascall Centre is within walking distance of the restaurants, markets, shops, pubs, museum, castle and church. The Shropshire Hills are close by, with miles of beautiful countryside and stunning landscapes to explore. Built in 1857 as a national school, this beautiful Victorian building has been extended to provide residential accommodation with twin rooms, a family room, and a room which has been designed for those
All Stretton Bunkhouse
All Stretton Bunkhouse offers comfortable self-catering accommodation with underfloor heating for individuals and small groups of up to 10 people. It has easy access to the Long Mynd which offers walks and bike rides for all levels of fitness. It is within easy reach of the busy town of Church Stretton and all its facilities, and just 10 minutes’ walk from the local pub (but please always book meals as it is not very big). Take-away food is available in
Rickyard Bunkhouse is set amidst idyllic countryside and well away from the hustle and bustle. Offa’s Dyke footpath passes the entrance and it is within 25 mins of Wye Valley, Symonds Yat and the Forest of Dean. Many outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed - canoeing, rafting, potholing, quad biking, rock climbing and paint balling to name but a few. The River Trothy borders the land; kingfishers and otters enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Trothy valley. Buzzards circle high
Wye Valley Canoes Bunkhouse
In a converted Welsh Chapel, Wye Valley Canoes Bunkhouse is a warm, modern space with huge sofas and a slide to reach the ground floor. There is a small kitchen area, so it is possible to self-cater, and the River Café next door can feed your group or serve food to you at the big bunkhouse dining table. The luxury bunks are in individual pods and there is a kingsize bedroom area. The beds, the sofas and the kitchen are
Middle Ninfa Bunkhouse
Middle Ninfa Farm, situated on the edge of the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site in the Brecon Beacons, offers bunkhouse/cottage accommodation, camping and hands-on training in coracle making and willow sculpture. The farm has fine views over the Usk Valley, of the Skirrid and rural Monmouthshire. The Bunkhouse provides comfortable self-catering accommodation for up to 6 people. The rustic charm of the stone building has been retained whilst ensuring modern comforts. The ground floor has a lounge / dining
Come and experience the peace of this unique location in the remote Tywi valley. A stay in this 17th century farmhouse will take you into an era before electricity, with a log burner for heat. Dolgoch is a traditional simple hostel owned by the Elenydd Wilderness Trust. It has hot showers, a self catering kitchen/dining room and 20 beds in 3 dormitories and has been refurbished to include new toilets, solar powered showers and less able accommodation. Private rooms are
Stonecroft Lodge self-catering guest house is situated in Llanwrtyd Wells, ‘the smallest town in Britain’. Surrounded by the green fields, mountains and glorious countryside of mid Wales, Llanwrtyd is in renowned red kite country and is a great centre for mountain biking, walking, pony trekking etc. The town hosts many annual events such as the Man v Horse Marathon, World Bog Snorkelling Championships and the Mid Wales Beer Festival. The hostel offers a warm welcome and a comfortable stay. It
Tyncornel Hostel previously YHA Tyncornel Bunkhouse
Ty’n Cornel Hostel is an isolated former farmhouse in the hills, with a cosy open fire. Favoured by walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and lovers of solitude it is in the beautiful Doethie valley on the Cambrian Way long distance footpath. There are comfortable wooden bunk beds and good self-catering facilities. You can enjoy the wild open moorlands of the Elenydd uplands and you can walk the old drovers road to Dolgoch Hostel. Other attractions include the Cors Caron National
Green Man Backpackers Chepstow
Situated in the heart of Chepstow close to the Wye and Severn Estuaries, Green Man Backpackers offers comfortable accommodation in a Grade 2 historic building. Chepstow is a medieval walled town featuring a hill top castle. It is the starting/finishing point for Offa’s Dyke path, the All Wales Coast Path and the Wye Valley Walk. The Forest of Dean, the Vale of Usk and the Wye Valley AONB are all close by. The building has had many past uses including
Springhill Farm Bunkhouse
Springhill Farm Bunkhouse is on a Welsh hill farm at 1475ft above sea level, on the Welsh/Shropshire border with beautiful views over the Ceiriog Valley and Berwyn Mountains. Great for walking, riding, cycling, team building, meetings, or just to relax. Self catering, the main bunkhouse sleeps around 25 in 6 bedrooms. The 2 smaller self catering cottages can sleep 12 more. There is also a heated games and lecture room. The bunkhouse has under-floor heating, entrance hall with w/c and
Stokes Barn Bunkhouses
Stokes Barn is located on top of Wenlock Edge, An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the heart of Shropshire countryside. Two bunkhouses are available; the Threshing Barn (sleeping 28) and the Granary (sleeping 16). These offer comfortable, centrally heated, dormitory accommodation for a wide range of groups and provide an ideal base for corporate groups, field study groups, universities, schools, stag and hen parties, walkers or just a relaxing reunion with friends or family. The Ironbridge World Heritage Site
Ye Old Ferrie Inn Bunkhouse
This beautiful riverside pub has been standing on the banks of the River Wye since the 15th Century. With charming traditional features, warming open fires and stunning views across the valley, Ye Old Ferrie Inn is the ideal base for your exploration of the Wye Valley. Ye Old Ferrie Inn Bunkhouse, adjoining the inn, is the perfect place for you to hang up your rucksack, kick off your walking boots and relax. There are two bunkrooms, sleeping 6 and 12,
The Wain House
This old stone barn continues the tradition of 900 years when Llanthony Priory next door provided shelter and accommodation. Surrounded by the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park, this spectacular setting is a superb base for walking, riding, pony trekking and other mountain activities. Sixteen bunks are split into three separate areas for sleeping. There is a fully equipped kitchen, hot water for showers, heating throughout and a wood burning stove in the eating area. Small or large
Craig Y Nos Castle
Craig Y Nos Castle is situated on a sweeping mountain road that crosses the Brecon Beacons. Once a celebrity palace and then a sanatorium providing the fresh air cure, the castle has always been chosen for its location. In the grounds of the castle the Nurses Block has a lounge, a small self-catering kitchen, 10 twin rooms, 1 single room, showers, loos and a disabled bathroom. All the beds are made up with fresh linen and duvets. The kitchen has
Coed Owen Bunkhouse
Stay on an idyllic Welsh hill farm in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Coed Owen Bunkhouse can sleep up to 26 guests and provides fully equipped commercial stainless steel kitchen with open plan dining and comfortable sitting area. Coed Owen is a great place for stag, hen and family celebratory parties or gatherings. We can highly recommend our local outdoor activity providers for those adrenaline junkie weekends or places to meditate and chill. Large and small groups
Womerton Farm Bunkhouse
Womerton Farm Bunkhouse is situated right next to the Long Mynd, an Area of National Beauty in the heart of the Shropshire Hills. It offers small select accommodation to sleep eight; six in bunks downstairs and two in a double sofa bed upstairs. There is a fully equipped kitchen and living area upstairs. The bunkhouse is 3 miles from Church Stretton, 12 miles from historic Shrewsbury and 15 miles from Ludlow, food capital of Shropshire. There are many local
Brecon Bunkhouse is a spacious, comfortable and clean bunkhouse in the Brecon Beacons. Offering fantastic value for money with a large self-catering kitchen, big dining room with plenty of tables and separate sitting room with a cosy wood-burner (logs provided). Situated in a small valley in the Black Mountains, the eastern part of the National Park, with mountain walks from the door. The area is ideal for horse riding and mountain bikes, with a white water canoe centre nearby.
The Old Smithy Camping Barn
The Old Smithy camping barn was at one time the village fire station. This “stone-tent” is situated in the village of Burwardsley, Cheshire, mid-way along the Sandstone Trail, one of the finest long distance walks in North West England. The barn is also on NCN route 45 Mercian Way. The Old Smithy offers affordable country accommodation for up to 8 people. Ideal for families or groups of walkers, cyclists and others visiting this part of Cheshire or wanting to get
Bridges Long Mynd Youth Hostel
This small hostel, once the old village school, is tucked away in the Shropshire hills with the Long Mynd to the east and Stiperstones to the west. It is an ideal spot for ramblers with the Shropshire Way passing close by and a great network of uncrowded paths to explore. Ideally situated for the End to End cycle route and plenty of mountain biking opportunities. The nearby small towns of Church Stretton, Ludlow, Much Wenlock, Bishops Castle and sleepy Montgomery
The Star Bunkhouse
Croeso i Fyncws y Seren - welcome to The Star Bunkhouse. An ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Situated in the village of Bwlch, you can expect a warm and comfortable stay in the self-catering bunkhouse. With spacious bedrooms, cosy lounge and dining areas, a fully-equipped kitchen, an outside BBQ area, hot showers, drying room, free WiFi and off-road parking. The Star Bunkhouse can sleep up to 20 people in bunk beds spread over
Llysdinam Field Centre
Llysdinam Field Centre offers affordable accommodation in Mid Wales surrounded by beautiful countryside and close to the market town of Llandrindod Wells. The Wye Valley Walk and the Builth Wells to Rhayader cycle route pass close by. The Elan Valley (12 miles), the Royal Welsh Showground (6 miles) and the Brecon Beacons National Park are within easy reach. The bunkhouse with its adjoining kitchen and dining room comfortably sleeps 24. The kitchen facilities can be used for self-catering or healthy,
This maps of Mid Wales and the Welsh Borders shows Bunkhouses,camping barns and hostels. Part of the largest hostel and bunkhouse network in England and Wales IHUK
This maps of hostels and bunkhouses in Mid Wales and the Welsh Borders shows the locations of self catering accommodation in Mid Wales. It shows self catering accommodation close to the Mid Wales towns of Talgarth, Newtown, Montgomery and Welshpool. Bunkhouses and hostels are ideal for Walkers and cyclist as they provide self catering accommodation which can be used for single night stays. This is ideal exploring the wilderness area of the Cambrian Mountains or visiting the wild ponies of the long Mynd. Crisscrossed by the River Wye and the River Severn the Welsh Borders provide brilliant canoeing. Explore the white waters north of Glasbury-on-Wye. Holiday by camping canoe on the rivers south of Hereford. Hay-on-Wye and Builth Wells are tourist hot spots where visitors browse the bookshops and take tea in the cafes.
The Cambrian Mountains are a mountain bikers heaven with miles of off road tracks. Here you can go cycle touring on the old drovers roads. There are Cycle trails for all abilities in Coed Trallwm Forest. The Trans-Cambrian Way and Ystwyth Cycleway provide over 100 miles of cycle trails. You can explore the beautiful Eland Valley and Lake Vyrnwy by bike and Tregaron is a great jumping off point into wild country for cycling. There are plenty of relatively traffic free road cycling routes around Llanidloes.
Waterfalls abound which make ideal destinations for rural walks and picnics. The welsh borders are crossed long distance walks including Offa’s Dyke, Usk Valley Walk, Severn Way, the Wye Valley Walk, Glyndwr’s Way and Marches Way.
The Welsh Marches have the spa towns of Builth Wells and Llandrindod Wells and market towns of a Knighton and Rhayader to explore. This is a historical area named after the Marcher Lords who governed the area between England and Wales, independently of the King, for many years. You are never far from a castle on the Welsh Borders and there are ruins to explore at Powis Castle, Llanthony Priory, Grosmont Castle, Skenfrith Castle and Raglan Castle. The Cambrian mountains and many other wild areas of Mid Wales are ideal for wildlife and famous for Red Kites.
the maps also cover the area around llangollen, a bustling town built around a tumbling river.