• Gauber Bunk Barn

    Ribblehead, Ingleton, Carnforth, LA6 3JF
    In the heart of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks country right on the route between Pen-y-ghent & Whernside and close to the Dales Way, Dales High Way, Pennine Way and Pennine Bridleway. This warm comfortable bunk barn sleeps up to 13 in three bunk rooms. Living room with cosy wood burner, spacious well equipped kitchen & garden with stunning views. Group bookings only at weekends. Book by the bed or bunk room Sun-Thurs (not bank holidays.). Dogs & breakfast by arrangement. 4 bed annex also available
  • Tarset Tor Bunkhouse and Bothies

    Greystones, Lanehead, Tarset, Hexham, NE48 1NT
    In the heart of the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park and close to the Pennine Way. These striking timber eco-buildings integrate into their natural surroundings making the most of this remarkable location and providing the perfect base for outdoor adventures. The bunkhouse and bothies provide stylish, modern, versatile & comfortable self- catering accommodation which can be used for events, conferences & parties.
  • Demesne Farm Bunkhouse

    Demesne Farm, Bellingham, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48 2BS
    This bunkhouse is on a working hill farm in the centre of Bellingham and near to Northumberland National Park. Situated on the Pennine Way, Route 68, and the Reivers & Sandstone Way cycle routes, it is an ideal base for exploring Northumberland, Hadrian's Wall, Kielder Water and many climbing crags. The bunkhouse is very well appointed with quality bunks, a well equipped kitchen, a farmhouse table to seat 15 and a large comfortable communal area.
  • Airton Barn

    The Nook, Airton, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 4AE
    A friendly welcome awaits you in a unique setting at Airton Barn. Adjacent to the 17th century Friends Meeting House, Airton Barn is a simple bunkhouse sleeping up to 18 people over two floors, with storage space for up to 5 bicycles. Located on popular walking and cycling routes, and surrounded by some of Yorkshire's finest tourist destinations, the Barn is ideally placed for walkers and cyclists as well as small group getaways.
  • John Hunt Base

    Hagg Farm OEC, Snake Rd, Bamford, Hope Valley, S33 0BJ
    The John Hunt Base is situated in the High Peak on the site of Hagg Farm (which is also in this Guide). The base offers comfortable, family friendly accommodation ideal for sightseeing, hill walking, trail running and biking as well as quieter pursuits such as photography. There is a picnic area, wildlife garden with fire pit and a playing field with climbing boulder. Activities can be arranged including climbing, stream scrambling, caving & on-site high ropes.
  • Earby Hostel

    9-11 Birch Hall Lane, Earby, Lancashire, BB18 6JX
    Earby's newly refurbished Independent Hostel, welcomes individuals, families and groups in a historic, cosy cottage with picturesque garden. A perfect stop for Pennine Way walkers and great base for local day hikes, cycling or discovering the countryside and local heritage. Featuring comfortable lounges, wood burning stove, a well equipped self catering kitchen with home cooked meals available and dining areas that seat 18. A self contained family unit is also available. Real ale pub and meals nearby.
  • Gibbs Hill Farm Hostel

    Gibbs Hill Farm, Bardon Mill, Nr Hexham, Northumberland, NE47 7AP
    Gibbs Hill Farm Hostel is on a working hill farm near Once Brewed and Hadrian's Wall and close to the Pennine Way. Designed to reduce energy consumption it is centrally heated throughout. Comprising 3 bunkrooms, 2 shower rooms, 2 toilets, a well equipped kitchen, a comfortable communal area and a large deck where you can enjoy the evening sun. Ideal for families who can book a whole room with private facilities. Study groups welcome.
  • Haggs Bank Bunkhouse & Camping

    Haggs Bank Bunkhouse, Nentsbury, Alston, Cumbria, CA9 3LH
    In the stunning North Pennines AONB, England’s last wilderness, perfect for lovers of the great outdoors such as walkers and cyclists. Isaac’s Tea Trail passes through the site, directly on the C2C and with bicycle hire (including electric bikes) available nearby. Pre-booked breakfast and evening meals can be provided for larger groups. The campsite has tiered pitches to enhance the views across the Nent valley. Electric hook-ups available in the car park.
  • Dalehead Bunkhouse

    Dalehead Bunkhouse, Upper Booth, Edale, Hope Valley, S33 7ZJ
    Dalehead Bunkhouse is on a working hill farm at the remote head of Edale Valley. Providing basic but comfortable accommodation heated by log burner & infrared radiant heat. There is a kitchen with fridge/freezer, a lounge, dining room and plenty of parking. Please bring sleeping bags, pillows and towels. Edale is a very popular destination for walkers, climbers, mountain bikers, hang-gliders or for enjoying the magnificent scenery.
  • Alston Youth Hostel

    Firs Edge, The Firs, Alston, Cumbria, CA9 3RW
    On the very eastern edge of Cumbria, nestled in the North Pennines and within the historic town of Alston, is Alston Youth Hostel. Not only is the hostel about halfway on the very popular Coast to Coast (C2C) cycle route but it is also located directly on the Pennine Way! The perfect stop-over for walkers and cyclists. You’ll receive a warm welcome (as warm as our large drying room!!) and hopefully see the resident red squirrels!
  • Upper Booth Camping Barn

    Upper Booth Farm, Edale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 7ZJ
    Next to a small campsite alongside Crowden Clough in the Peak District. Hire the simple barn and additional pitches on the campsite. There is space for cooking (BYO equipment and beds) and tables for eating. Toilets, sinks & showers are shared with the campsite. On a working hill-farm, the Pennine Way passes through the farmyard and there is great mountain biking locally.
  • Slack House Farm

    Slack House Farm, Gilsland Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 7DB
    Slack House Farm is an organic dairy farm overlooking Birdoswald Roman Fort on Hadrian's Wall. It is on the NCN 72 cycle route and is only 0.5km from the Hadrian's Wall National Trail. The bunkbarn is next to Gladje in the Scypen café and farm shop (Birdoswald cheese is made on-site). The bunkbarn is warm and cosy and has basic self-catering facilities. Breakfasts, farmhouse suppers and packed lunches can be provided.
  • Mounthooly Bunkhouse

    Mount Hooley, College Valley, Wooler, Northumberland, NE71 6TU
    Nestled in the beautiful College Valley, North Northumberland, Mounthooly Bunkhouse is a perfect stop-off on the Pennine Way and St Cuthbert’s Way. Dogs are welcome by arrangement. There is a well equipped kitchen and living area with log burner. Bedding is supplied. Cars need a permit to access the private valley which is provided on arrival. A haven for wildlife with red squirrels, otters and a thriving population of feral goats in the valley. The perfect wild get away from it all.
  • Greenhead Bunkhouse

    Greenhead Hotel, Greenhead, Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 7HG
    Situated in the village of Greenhead on Hadrian’s Wall, the bunkhouse is ideal for walking the Pennine Way or The Wall or for exploring the nearby Roman heritage sites. It has a self-catering kitchen big enough for large groups. The flexible accommodation can be booked by the bed, the room or for sole use. Greenhead hostel/ bunkhouse is run by Greenhead Hotel just over the road.
  • Edale Camping Barn Cotefield Farm

    Cotefield Farm Olllerbrook Edale Hope Valley Derbyshire S33 7ZG
    Overlooking Mam Tor, at the start of the Pennine Way, Edale Barn is a traditional camping barn or stone tent with a basic sleeping platform and a small communal living area. Within easy reach of the high moorland of Kinder and the wooded Derwent Valley. Adjoining the barn, but with external access, is a cooking area and separate toilet. There is no hot water or electricity. BYO sleeping & cooking equipment and torches. Pubs serving meals are within walking distance.
  • Hardraw Old School Bunkhouse

    Schoolhouse, Hardraw, near Hawes, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, DL8 3LZ
    Next to the Pennine Way, in the village of Hardraw, The Old School Bunkhouse offers well appointed, practical accommodation for up to 26. The large hall (with games, table tennis, piano, log burner & sofas) and grounds are perfect for group activities. Hardraw has a café, inn and the famous Hardraw Force waterfall. The market town of Hawes is a 1.5 mile walk across fields. Instruction available in many outdoor activities.
  • Hebden Bridge Hostel

    The Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge, W Yorks, HX7 8DG
    Expect a warm welcome at Hebden Bridge Hostel. Comfy and welcoming, with private rooms and dorm beds from £15. Nestled into woodland only a short walk from the town centre, and less than 500m from the Hebden Bridge Loop on the Pennine Way, the hostel makes the perfect base for hiking, sight-seeing, relaxing or experiencing Hebden Bridge's vibrant café, music, arts & culture.
  • Hagg Farm Outdoor Centre

    Hagg Farm OEC, Snake Rd, Bamford, Hope Valley, S33 0BJ
    Situated in the Peak District’s Woodlands Valley, Hagg Farm offers comfortable accommodation for up to 44 people with an additional 18 beds in the John Hunt Base next door (also in this Guide). Part of Nottinghamshire C.C’s Environmental & Outdoor Education Service, Hagg Farm is available for private hire by groups, families, clubs & charitable organisations. It can be booked on a self-catering or catered basis.
  • Garrigill Village Hall

    Garrigill Village Hall, Garrigill, Alston, Cumbria, CA9 3DS
    Perfect for the Pennine Way or C2C cycle route. In the lovely village of Garrigill, the bunkroom above the village hall sleeps 8 with bedding hire available. Larger groups can BYO bedding and use the hall itself where 12 camp beds are available. There is free wifi, a well equipped kitchen, showers and drying room so the perfect long distance walk/C2C stop over.
  • Brown Rigg Guest Rooms

    Brown Rigg, Bellingham, Northumberland. NE48 2HR
    Brown Rigg Guest Rooms offer luxury hostel accommodation in the Northumberland National Park. Close to Bellingham, for Kielder Water & Forest Park, it is also directly on the Pennine Way & 400m to the Sandstone Way, Reviers Route & Pennine Cycleway. The 6 double guest rooms can be booked alongside the 4 lodges. A function hall & outdoor activities are available on site.
  • Malham Tarn Bothies

    Malham Tarn Estate, Waterhouses, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9PT
    Opened April 2019 on the National Trust Malham Tarn Estate in North Yorkshire, Ragged Robin Bothy and Meadowsweet Bothy each sleeps 6 people on bunk bed platforms. Like camping but without the tent, you need to bring mats, sleeping bags and cooking equipment. There is one external toilet, cold water and no heating or lighting, so a perfect location for those who want to escape technology and enjoy dark skies. The bothys are right on the Pennine Way.
  • Kirk Yetholm Friends of Nature House

    Friends of Nature House ,Waukford, Kirk Yetholm, Kelso,Roxburghshire, TD5 8PG
    Kirk Yetholm Friends of Nature House is perfectly located at the start/end of the Pennine Way. It is also close to St. Cuthbert's Way, the Borderloop Cycle Route and Sustrans Route 84. It's a great base too for local day hikes, ideal for individuals, families and small groups. Recently upgraded, the house offers a comfortable, friendly and peaceful retreat. Evening meals and breakfast are available in the adjacent hotel.
  • Ollerbrook Farm Bunkhouses

    Ollerbrook Booth, Edale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 7ZG
    Close to the start of the Pennine Way with easy access to Kinder Scout and the village of Edale via a network of footpaths from the doorstep. Castleton, Buxton, Bakewell and Chatsworth House are all within 40 minutes' drive. There are 2 bunkhouses each with a fully equipped kitchen and available for sole use by groups. Bring your own sleeping bags.