Wales Coast Path: Hostels & bunkhouse accommodation

Self catering bunkhouses & hostels
accommodation on the wales coast path

Independent Hostels are a great choice of accommodation on the Wales Coast Path.

We have accommodation on or close to the path from Chepstow to Llandudno.

Many hostels and bunkhouses provide bed linen, have catered or self catered options and provide bike and equipment storage.

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  • Profile picture of Caerhafod Lodge

    Caerhafod Lodge

    Ideally situated between the famous cathedral city of St Davids and the Irish ferry port of Fishguard, the 4* Lodge overlooks the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline. Within walking distance of the well known Sloop Inn at Porthgain and the internationally renowned Coastal Path. An ideal stopover for cyclists with The Celtic Trail cycle route passing the bottom of the drive. The lodge sleeps 23 in 5 separate rooms, all en suite with great showers.

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    River House Hostel

    This family run 4* hostel in the heart of Cardiff was voted number 1 in Hostelworld's list of best hostels. Opened in 2007 to rave reviews, the brother and sister team have made sure this will be the best hostel experience you will come across on your travels. With fabulous views of the world famous Millennium Stadium and River Taff and the central train and bus stations just 5 mins' walk away. What's stopping you?

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  • Profile picture of L & A Outdoor Centre

    L & A Outdoor Centre

    Accommodation for up to 290 people in self-catering cabins (3 recently upgraded to include hot tubs) & bunkhouses in the Swansea Bay area. A large activity hall, meeting rooms, cafe/bar & 300 seat dining hall are available, a commercial kitchen can be hired. Set in 50+ acres of woodland/pasture with open air pool, pets' corner, kennels, BBQs & bike wash. Ideal for the Afan Aergoed & Glyncorrwg mountain bike trails.

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  • Profile picture of Piggery Poke 4 Star Hostel

    Piggery Poke 4 Star Hostel

    Piggery Poke is a 16 bed, 4 star hostel on the public footpath that loops from the Wales Coast Path between Mwnt and Aberporth. Newly converted to provide self-catering hostel accommodation, it has 3 dormitories sleeping up to 8, 5 and 3, each with en suite facilities. Local cycle routes include Lôn Teifi (within 4 miles) and the Celtic Trail, Sustrans Route 82. A courtesy collection/delivery service is usually available from points within 15 miles along the coast for walkers/cyclists and their luggage/cycles.

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  • Profile picture of Outdoor Alternative

    Outdoor Alternative

    This purpose built 4* centre is quietly tucked away in Rhoscolyn, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Anglesey Coast. Just 5 mins' walk to the sandy beach at Borthwen and a stone's throw from the Anglesey Coastal Path. Perfect for friends & families, outdoor groups, schools and universities. Your ideal base for kayaking, climbing, sailing, walking, bird watching or beach holidays. Careful energy use is encouraged, with composting and recycling. Nearby Holyhead has ferry links to Ireland.

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  • Profile picture of Lawrenny Millennium Hostel

    Lawrenny Millennium Hostel

    Once a Victorian village school, the Lawrenny Hostel is superbly placed for exploring South Pembrokeshire. Warm, clean and comfortable, with modern facilities, the accommodation is ideal for individuals or groups, training courses or events. The adjoining village hall is also available to rent and there is a community shop, pub and an award-winning tearoom nearby.

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  • Profile picture of Green Man Backpackers Chepstow

    Green Man Backpackers Chepstow

    Situated in the heart of Chepstow, Green Man Backpackers offers inspired accommodation in a Grade 2 historic building. Chepstow is the starting/finishing point for Offa's Dyke path, the Wales Coast Path, Gloucester Way, the Wye Valley Walk, The Forest of Dean, and the Wye Valley AONB. Just 1 mile from Land's End/John O'Groats route.

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  • Profile picture of Platts Farm Bunkhouse

    Platts Farm Bunkhouse

    Platt's Farm Campsite and 3* Bunkhouse is situated in a range of Victorian farm buildings, in the charming village of Llanfairfechan. Close to the A55, the Bunkhouse lies at the start/end of the 14 Welsh 3000 peaks walks in the Snowdonia National Park, within a 10 min walk of the Wales coastal path and on the No.5 cycle route. Shops, pubs and cafés are within 5 mins' walk. Just 15 mins from Zipworld, Bethesda & 20 mins from Surf Snowdonia.

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  • Profile picture of Borth Youth Hostel

    Borth Youth Hostel

    With 4 miles of stunning beach just 20 metres from the front door, Borth Youth Hostel is the perfect location for a beach holiday. This Edwardian house has 9 bedrooms with sea views and is a great base for visits to the Centre for Alternative Technology, Aberystwyth or the beautiful Dyfi Biosphere. Snowdonia National Park is just a short drive away Making Borth perfect for both mountain biking & surfing. With two classrooms, Borth YHA is idea for school trips too. The hostel has free WiFi, a games and TV room, bike storage and drying room. Meals and a licensed bar are available.

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  • Profile picture of Snowdon Lodge Group Hostel

    Snowdon Lodge Group Hostel

    Stay in the birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia! Snowdon Lodge provides self-catering group accommodation. Located in the village of Tremadog, Snowdon Lodge is perfect for family reunions or groups wanting to explore Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula. It has 10 rooms (twins, doubles and small dormitories), an additional lecture room and a large car park leading to woodland walks.

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  • Profile picture of Eastern Slade Barn

    Eastern Slade Barn

    Eastern Slade Barn is a luxury farmhouse conversion on a working farm pn the Gower Peninsula. The Gower has glorious beaches, castles & a network of traffic free lanes, ideal for mountain bikes. The Coastal Path passes through the farm. Port Eynon seaside village is a 30 mins' walk, while Oxwich Bay with its castle, beach & hotel serving tasty meals is just a 20 min walk. Camping is also available and weddings/birthdays can be accommodated.

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  • Profile picture of James John Hamilton House

    James John Hamilton House

    James John Hamilton House is a new conversion of the first free school in Fishguard, built in 1850 by James John Hamilton. The house provides comfortable, characterful self-catering accommodation for 10 people in four private rooms. Across the garden is Hamilton House Backpackers with an extra 9 beds. It's close to the centre of Fishguard with pubs & cafes. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path passes through the town and communities of grey seals and dolphins are regularly seen in the local harbours.

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  • Profile picture of Rhossili Bunkhouse

    Rhossili Bunkhouse

    Rhossili 4* Bunkhouse is situated at the end of the Gower Peninsula, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is within easy walking distance of three glorious beaches, (including Rhossili Bay voted the best beach in Europe and in the top ten in the World 2017). Ideal for families and groups and perfectly located for a wide range of outdoor activities including walking, surfing, cycling & climbing.

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  • Profile picture of Parc Elernion Camping Barn

    Parc Elernion Camping Barn

    Set within SSSI woodland, close to Trefor with its lovely sandy beach and harbour with easy access to the Wales Coast Path, this little camping barn sleeps 2 on Westlake camp beds. BYO Sleeping Bags and Towels. There is a well equipped kitchenette and washing/toilet facilites are shared with the caravan site. Holiday Cottage and tent pitches also available. Perfect for the welsh coast, castles and Snowdonia.

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  • Profile picture of Aberdaron Farm Bunkhouse

    Aberdaron Farm Bunkhouse

    Aberdaron Farm Bunkhouse is two miles from Aberdaron village, it has underfloor heating and a large comfortable social room. Bring sleeping bags or hire duvet sets for £3. Whistling Sands is close by and Bardsey Island lies across The Sound off the tip of the Llyn Peninsula. Pets allowed (with notice). Holiday cottages/camping available.

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  • Profile picture of Anglesey Outdoor Centre

    Anglesey Outdoor Centre

    Anglesey Outdoor Centre is an ideal base for groups, individuals or families. It is just a mile from Porthdafarch Beach & the coast path, and only 2km from Sustrans Cycle Route 8. It has four self contained areas each with their own self-catering and bathroom facilities. These can be hired individually or together. Full catering an option and an on-site bar/bistro. Yurts and Cabans also available.

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  • Profile picture of Treks Bunkhouse

    Treks Bunkhouse

    Treks 4* Bunkhouse perches in the mountains on the outskirts of the village of Blaenau Ffestiniog. Ideal for those who enjoy the rugged beauty of Snowdonia, it is a former golf club recently converted to provide self-catering accommodation for individuals and groups. There are many attractions nearby including, Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Bounce Below, Zip World Titan, Antur Stiniog, Ffestiniog Railway, Go Below Adventures, Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre, Portmeirion Italian Village, Bala White Water Rafting and Harlech Castle.

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  • Profile picture of Plas Dolau Country House Hostel

    Plas Dolau Country House Hostel

    Plas Dolau is set in 25 acres just 3 miles from Aberystwyth. Ideal for exploring West Wales, walking, cycling, riding, fishing and golf. The warm country mansion has mainly dormitory style accommodation for up to 45 people. An adjoining Swedish style farmhouse can take another 15. Plas Dolau includes meeting rooms, dining rooms, games room & outdoor areas. Ideally suited for youth groups, field courses, retreats, house parties or individuals.

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  • Profile picture of Llandudno Hostel

    Llandudno Hostel

    Llandudno Hostel is a Victorian 4* boutique hostel where individuals, families and groups (including schools) are welcome all year. Set in the heart of the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno, it's your perfect base for shopping & exploring the many local attractions, including blue flag beaches, dry slope skiing, ten pin bowling, bronze age copper mine, traditional pier, museums and fishing trips.

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  • Profile picture of Totters

    Totters

    Totters sits in the heart of the historic castle town of Caernarfon just 30m from the Menai Straits. Close to many pubs and restaurants but with good public transport to the Snowdonia National Park. The hostel is a 200 year old, five floored town house with five bedrooms sleeping either 4 or 6 and a huge double/family en suite. Opposite there is a self-catering town house sleeping 6.

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  • Profile picture of Bunkorama

    Bunkorama

    Whether you're a lone cyclist or a group of walkers you will love discovering this cosy clean and comfortable accommodation with breathtaking views of Cader Idris and Cardigan Bay. Handy for Cycle Route 8, the Cambrian Way & Mawddach Trail and at only £15 per night Bunkorama is an ideal place to make a stopover or spend a few days exploring the mountains, rivers and beaches of the Cambrian Coast.

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  • Profile picture of Arete Outdoor Centre

    Arete Outdoor Centre

    The Arete Outdoor Centre, in Snowdonia National Park, offers excellent access to the stunning coastline, mountains & lakes of North Wales and Anglesey. With comfortable, affordable, bunkhouse accommodation and large kitchens this is a great base for groups of friends or family. The team can advise on how best to spend your stay and a range of exciting outdoor activities are available through the centre's well qualified staff.

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  • Profile picture of Gupton Farm

    Gupton Farm

    Gupton Farm is the National Trust's new visitor base at Freshwater West, with camping, farmhouse accommodation and community facilities on-site. You can be assured of a warm welcome and a relaxed and informal atmosphere. There are great facilities including a heated shower block, a wet weather barn, and loads of outdoor space. Gupton Farm is your ideal base for exploring the beaches and countryside of Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is close by.

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  • Profile picture of Upper Neeston Lodges

    Upper Neeston Lodges

    Environmentally sensitive barn conversions close to the Milford Haven Waterway in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Ideal for divers, climbers, walkers or get-togethers. The four independent 5* lodges have fully fitted kitchens and have access to garden/patio, laundry/drying room, secure storage and ample parking.

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  • Profile picture of Pantyrathro International Hostel

    Pantyrathro International Hostel

    Llansteffan is a beautiful, quaint village at the tip of the Towi River and Carmarthen Bay. The sandy beaches below the castle offer swimming and relaxation. The virtually traffic free country lanes make the area ideal for cycling. The Wales Coastal Path is on the doorstep and the city of Carmarthen offers most social and cultural activities. The Pantyrathro International Hostel provides dorm accommodation, private rooms, and also has 3 new en suite units of 6, 9 and 12 beds.

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  • Profile picture of Hamilton Backpackers

    Hamilton Backpackers

    Hamilton Lodge is just one minute's walk from the centre of Fishguard and close to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Comfortable and friendly, sleeping nine in total with an en suite double and two dormitories. Fully equipped kitchen, dining area and lounge. Charming, private garden and covered patio with seating. Free light breakfast included. Groups of up to 18 are welcome in collaboration with James John Hamilton House hostel next door.

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  • Profile picture of Abersoch Sgubor Unnos

    Abersoch Sgubor Unnos

    Luxury bunkhouse accommodation on a family farm in the village of Llangian. Just one mile from Abersoch which is famed for watersports, the bunkhouse is an ideal base for walking the newly opened Llyn Coast Path, surfing, cycling, golf, fishing and sailing. Spinning and knitting courses using the farm's own wool available. The three modern bunkrooms are ideal for individuals or groups with a fully equipped kitchen/lounge, disabled facilities, secure storage and parking.

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  • Profile picture of Maes-y-mor

    Maes-y-mor

    Maes-y-Mor offers superior self-catering accommodation at budget prices. With 7 twin & 1 double room plus 1 en suite family room it is ideally situated near the town centre, around the corner from the beach and 5 mins' walk to train/bus stations. Accommodation at the hostel is room-only with self-catering facilities. All rooms have TVs & tea/coffee making facilities. Car parking and secure bike storage. A 4* double room apartment and a new 4* boutique self-catering house sleeping 7 are also available

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  • Profile picture of Maentwrog Bunkhouse

    Maentwrog Bunkhouse

    Maentwrog bunkhouse is a newly cowshed on a working farm. It has a fully equipped kitchen, underfloor heating, TV/DVD BBQ area, laundry facilities, power washer and bike lockup. Local activities include hill walking (Moelwyn and Cnicht 10 mins away), white water rafting, Coed y Brenin cycling centre, Blaenau Ffestiniog down hill cycle track, RopeWorks & canyoning. Ffestiniog railway and several beautiful beaches are within 15-20 mins' drive. The Welsh costal path passes the end of the lane.

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  • Profile picture of Old School Hostel Formerly Yha Trefin

    Old School Hostel Formerly Yha Trefin

    Escape to this wonderful rugged corner of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Old School Hostel is in Trefin, a pretty village which has a pub and a café, just a quarter of a mile from the world famous coast path. Circular walks from the door take you to stunning wild beaches & harbours. The cathedral city of St. Davids and the popular Whitesands Bay are 20 minutes by car.

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  • Profile picture of Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre

    Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre

    The 147-bed, platinum eco-award-winning, Stackpole Centre is the perfect venue for large families/groups, special interest breaks and outdoor activities. It comprises four large houses, three cottages and a manor house. Close to wild woodlands and stunning beaches.

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  • Profile picture of Warren Farm Glamping

    Warren Farm Glamping

    A cosy bunkhouse & beautiful big bell tents, right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path with fantastic views out to sea. The closest you can stay to excellent climbing at Castlemartin Range, plus brilliant surfing at Freshwater West & Broadhaven South and within striking distance of many of Pembrokeshire's fabulous tourist attractions. All the accommodation is comfortable and well equipped. Don't delay, come glamping!

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  • Profile picture of Hardingsdown Bunkhouse

    Hardingsdown Bunkhouse

    Hardingsdown Bunkhouse provides accommodation for families or groups. Comfortable and well appointed it is perfect for exploring The Gower with its nature reserves, family beaches and castles. Llangennith beach is renowned for its surfing while Mewslade Bay and Fall Bay are popular with climbers. The Chaffhouse sleeping 12 is also available.

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If you are looking for accommodation on the Wales Coast Path, Hostels and bunkhouses are the perfect choice.  There are Independent Hostels along the whole of the Wales Coast Path route from Chepstow all the way round to Llandudno, meaning that the majority of the route can be walked using hostels and bunkhouses as accommodation. 

 

Modern hostels and bunkhouses often provide bed linen so you don’t need to bring a sleeping bag (check each accommodation’s details). With self-catering and catered options (and many hostels and bunkhouses being close to a pub) there are catering options for all budgets.  For those cycling parts of the Wales coast path route many hostels provide cycle storage to keep your bike safe whilst you have a great night’s sleep.

After a day’s walking you will find a warm welcome in all of our accommodation on the Wales Coast Path. 

The Wales Coast path joins up with Offa’s Dyke to create a circular route right round the edge of Wales, by using Independent hostels along with YHA hostels and B&Bs one can walk the whole length.

Wales Coast Path,  Close to Piggery Poke Hostel
Wales Coast Path, Close to Piggery Poke Hostel

Piggery Poke Hostel is one of the ideally situated hostels on the southern section of the coast path.  In the county of Ceridigion, just north of Pembrokshire, and just half a mile from the coast on a footpath loop.  Piggery Poke was used as abase when Sam Dalley walked the Ceridigion section of the Wales Coast Path using public transport, you can Read More on our blog.

wales coast path near Morfa
Wales coast path near Morfa

Parc Elernion Caravan Park has a walkers camping barn with direct access to the coast path on the northern section of the Wales Coast Path.  Sleeping just 2 people with  sitting area, kitchenette and other facilities shared with the campers, the Camping Barn is on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsular close to the village of Trefor with a lovely little sandy beach and harbour.

Camping Barn location on the Wales Coast Path
Parc Elernion Camping Barn location near Trefor on the Wales Coast Path
wales coast path views
View from the Wales Coast Path near Trefor