Kirk Yetholm Hostel, in the Scottish Borders, is right at one end of the Pennine Way. Its a great hostel, once SYHA but now part of the International network of Friends of Nature.
Depending which way you’re travelling you could have an early start or an extremely well-earned rest here. The Pennine Way is Britain’s most iconic long distance footpath. Over its 268 miles you can experience some of the best upland walking, taking in moors, forests, waterfall as well as landscape art, pretty villages and breathtaking views.
Just opened for the 2019, Season Kirk Yetholm Hostel heads into it’s 77th year of operation. Proving a welcome stay for regulars and new guests from all corners of the planet. So whether you’re walking locally, doing Land’s End – John o’ Groats, Pennine Way, St Cuthbert’s, SNT; cycling or generally exploring the nature and heritage of the wonderful Borders.
I imagine that’s just the sort of thing that Friends of Nature was set up to encourage.