This museum situated in Cowes Library incorporates all aspects of local maritime activity from shipbuilding to sailing.
YHA Isle of Wight BrighstoneBrighstone, Isle of Wight, PO30 4AX
Open to guests only in the School Summer Holidays 23/07/20 - 29/08/21 inc.
Be energetic or simply relax at YHA Isle of Wight Brighstone. On the Isle of Wight you’re only a 15min drive from all the island has to offer – walking, cycling, surfing, even checking out dinosaur footprints! This village hostel is a mile from the beach and the chalk downs.
Why guests love YHA Isle of Wight Brighstone
Accommodation at YHA Isle of Wight Brighstone
There is a selection of private rooms in this 14 bed Youth Hostel (2x2, 1x4, 1x6).
YHA Isle of Wight Brighstone is only open during the school summer holiday 21.07.19 - 31-08-19 inc.
Bookings are made online through YHA Isle of Wight Totland.
The hostel is self-catering only - but there are plenty of places to dine out locally.
- Cycle store
- Garden / grounds
- Board games
- Private rooms available
Food & drink
- Dining room
- Self-catering kitchen (currently closed)
Transportation & parking
Need to know
Check in : 17.00 - 20.00
Check out: 08.00 - 10.00
Reception times: 08.00 - 10.00 and 17.00 - 20.00
Open every day?: Open school summer holidays in July and August only.
Parking: There is no parking on site, but there is free parking 50m away in the village car park or 30m away at the end of North Street. There is a drop off/collection point close to the building on North Street.
Pets: Assistance dogs are welcome.
This hostel is looking for voluntary managers. Email [email protected] for more information.
YHA Isle of Wight Brighstone originally began as a wooden scout hut for the local Brighstone Scouts. The building underwent a complete rebuild after a successful National Lottery application and is now under joint partnership by the local Scout group and YHA.
Meet the team
Manager recommends: Walk to the top of the downs above Brighstone and look for the Long Stone. Stop to take in the views and smell the air fresh off the Atlantic. Next stop – the Caribbean!