Splash in the waves and chase the seagulls with your best mate- trust me, the fun is worth the wet dog smell!
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Deep in Lael Forest, the bunkhouse is surrounded by wildlife with easy walks to impressive gorges and cascading waterfalls.
The Friends of Nature House at Kirk Yetholm is famous for its location on the Pennine Way and Land’s End to John o’ Groats routes.
For those not into long walks and the Pennine Way there are some great family attractions in the area around Earby Hostel. Find out more on their website.
Torrent Walk Bunkhouse in Dolgellau, Snowdonia has a few surprises for its guests. Not only does it have one of the prettiest riverside circular walks (Torrent Walk) literally on the doorstep, part of the walk is under the Mach Loop.
Wander into the pages of a fantasy fairy tale when you take your first step onto the mystical shores of The Isle of Skye.
Join Matt, Emma and their family as they open the doors to the newly renovated Earby Hostel
Offers don’t get much better than this. Groups of up to 38 can enjoy this fantastic saving when they spend Easter at Lockerbrook Farm Outdoor Centre in the Peak District National Park.
Walkers of all ages and abilities will find routes perfect for them up and around Cadair Idris. And the best place to stay is at Plas Isa in Dolgellau.
With our bunkhouse situated inside our hotel, we have rooms to serve any group size. We also provide delicious home-cooked artisan meals each night, and an option of breakfasts to get your day started.
Castle Rock Hostel in Edinburgh is a sociable kind of place. Their website and photographs are full of folk smiling, meeting up and having fun.
We are set in a beautiful location and are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and family get-aways.