A cosy hostel for those on the St Oswald’s Way

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Seahouses Hostel is perfectly located with so many walking routes and trails on our doorstep. We provide comfortable, spacious self-catering accommodation with lovely tea rooms, restaurants and charming pubs all within walking distance – most welcome after a long day on foot!

St Oswald’s Way is a truly scenic long-distance walking route spanning some 97 miles and stretching from Holy Island in the north to Heavenfield and the fascinating Hadrian’s Wall in the south. It follows the dramatic and stunningly beautiful coastline of Northumberland before heading inland across pretty countryside exploring some of the finest landscapes and fascinating history of Northumberland – the route is quiet and unspoilt with the most glorious views and, with an everchanging landscape, it is a real delight to explore!

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