Follow for stunning photography of the Kent wildlife and updates on the Cuthbert’s gradual preparation for guests.
As well as volunteering as a First Responder, Meinir from Sgubor Unnos Bunkhouse on Tanrallt Farm has been masterminding a community effort to knit caps for key workers.
Shining Cliff hostel is surviving the lockdown in several ways, including Kate working as a nurse at her local hospital, so the NHS has helped Shining Cliff hostel keep going!
Rookhow Bunkbarn have helping reduce social isolation in their local community with Zoom coffee afternoons and meditation sessions.
This Grade II timber railway viaduct, across the stunning Mawddach Estuary, is an essential route for many long distance paths, cycle routes and the train network. Well worth the biggest upgrade in its history.
Furloughed staff at the head office of the Independent Hostel network, have been working with volunteers in their village to produce scrubs for local care homes and hospices
With our hostel closed we’ve volunteered to be drivers for the Alston Essentials delivery service getting vital supplies out to those self isolating or in very rural places on Alston Moor.
One day we won’t have to social distance and will be able to meet up again with our families so why not consider booking a whole hostel to have a family reunion?
See this hostel tour as Adam Redshaw (The Geocaching Guy) interviews Jan and Kristina at Kendal Hostel.
I re-trained as a Radiographer over the winter months after 16 years away! I got my registration back just last week and I am now working at my local hospital.
Operation New Bike Shed is (almost) complete. We are now fully equipped to securely store up to 30 bikes!
To celebrate our 2nd year in Dolgellau, Snowdonia, we will be sharing our favourite places, things and activities from our local area.
We are doing all we can to provide a safe and comfortable environment. Our aim is to provide three hot meals a day and we need your help to raise the money to fund this.
In just a few weeks, the coronavirus outbreak has changed the way thousands of people and businesses operate in an unprecedented manner.
Let imagine a holiday in the sun-kissed Brecon Beacons landscape. Enjoying the meandering footpaths, that carry you straight from the doorstep to a myriad of relaxing destinations.
On the edge of the peaks the hostel is nestled away between the trees of Shining Cliff woods. The privacy lends itself to escaping from the hectic everyday.
Clear blue water and white sandy beaches. Hard to believe you’re still in the UK, this serene atmosphere makes Coll perfect for retreats.
Taking bookings now for Christmas & New Year at cosy 16 bed sole use Rookhow Bunkbarn & Quaker Meeting House