YHA Affordable Accommodation in the Cotswolds
The Youth Hostels Association (England & Wales) is a charitable organisation, registered with the Charity Commission, providing good priced youth hostel accommodation in England and Wales. It is a member of the Hostelling International federation.
The YHA has good value accommodation all over England and Wales. So wherever you are heading in the Cotswolds or elsewhere there is sure to be a Youth Hostel close by.
Amenities provided incluse Free Wi-Fi, Free Breakfast for Kids, Self Catering
accommodation include Cottages, Camping Pods, Shepherd Huts and Historical Buildings.
The following YHA establishments that can be found in the Cotswolds region include:-
A major city for tourism, Bath has many attractions which are perfect for a weekend of sight-seeing. The YHA Italiante mansion is a home-from-home and boasts its own stunning architecture with two separate buildings - the main building and The Lodge annexe - making for perfect low cost accommodation in Bath. Take in a show at one of Bath’s five theatres, soak up the culture in one of its art galleries or museums or simply wander around the beautiful streets, taking in the sights and sounds of this beautiful area.
For further details see - YHA Bath
New for April 2016 The Barrel Store at New Brewery Arts offers stylish, affordable visitor accommodation in the heart of the Cotswolds. New Brewery Arts is a centre for craft, and The Barrel Store shares our passion for craft, with beautifully designed and hand-crafted furnishings throughout. Guests can take part in our wide range of craft workshops, or simply spend time in Cirencester and the Cotswolds.
For good accommodation in Bristol city centre, this backpackers hostel makes a perfect base. Explore the harbourside and old city areas, visit the magnificent Avon Gorge - Brunel’s suspension bridge, or enjoy Bristol’s cultural base of theatres, museums, art galleries and thriving live music and club scene.
For further details see - YHA Bristol
YHA Oxford is brilliantly located beside Oxford train station, on Botley Road close to the River Thames, and is just a short stroll into the heart of the city. It is a purpose built hostel with 203 beds. The modern reception has a café bar offering refreshments after a long journey and is a great place to relax and meet fellow travellers, as well as catching up with e-mails or watching big sporting events on the TV. You can even take your drinks out into the back garden on a sunny day!
For further details see - YHA Oxford
Magnificent Georgian mansion Hemmingford House, set in three acres of grounds, is ideal for a budget family break. The Grade II-listed hostel is only two miles from Shakespeare’s birthplace with easy access to historic Stratford-upon-Avon. See performances by the world renowned Royal Shakespeare Company or visit nearby Warwick Castle, one of England’s finest Medieval castles, both great educational options for school trips.
For further details see - YHA Stratford-upon-Avon