Wild Night Out at YHA New Forest
Wild Night Out at YHA New Forest
This peaceful hostel in the New Forest has a huge range of camping and cabins to choose from, so your night under the stars will suit your style perfectly. In the evening we’ll be joined by storyteller Julian Burnell who will share his new set of stories about the constellations and how they got their names.
Later in the evening adventurer Neil Froggit will talk about stand up Paddle-boarding across Britain. When the kids are in bed, we might share ghost stories around the campfire if you’re feeling brave enough.
Pitch your tent and camp for just £10 – use the code WILDCAMP-19 when you book online.
Get 25% off our range of glamping options using the code WILDGLAMP-19 when you book online.
Terms and conditions
Subject to availability. Offer available on selected hostels only. Offer only available on new bookings made online from now until 29th June 2019 for stays on 29th June 2019. Offer is for accommodation only and membership discount cannot be used in conjunction with this offer. Excludes Exclusive Hire products. Promotional terms and conditions apply and bookings made with this promotional code are booked on a non-cancellable, non-amendable rate. Offer not available for groups of 16 or over. YHA reserves the right to amend or end this offer at any time.
What makes it special
- Storyteller Julian Burnell
- Talk from adventurer Neil Froggit
- Unique accommodation available
Date: 29th June 2019
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