Enjoy your own space in Durham
Would you like to enjoy the space of a whole YHA hostel and have the place to yourself and your loved ones? Book our Durham properties exclusively, just for your group.
Get ready to make ever-lasting memories and experience a getaway exploring historic landmarks, stunning landscapes and award-winning attractions with family and friends. Some of our properties allow you to holiday with your four-legged companion too. Discover our unique properties to hire in Durham. We’re sure you’ll have a holiday to remember.
YHA properties to hire in Durham
Why book with YHA Exclusive Hire?
Get away together
Bring your family and friends with properties for a range of group sizes
Enjoy your own space
With sole use of the property, you can come and go as you please
Young person discount
Bringing anyone under 26 years old? You'll get 5% off
Suitable for events
Perfect for birthday celebrations, anniversaries or annual trips
Best price guaranteed
Book direct for the lowest and fairest price
Cater to all tastes
Self-catering kitchen with utensils, crockery and cutlery
Things to do in Durham
Welcome to Durham
Home to one of the most recognisable landmarks in the UK, Durham Cathedral, Durham is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has one of the most magnificent city panoramas in the whole of Europe, making it a great spot for a city break in England.
Whether you wish to explore the iconic landmarks, wander through the cobbled city-centre streets, immerse yourself into a 70-foot waterfall, or take a trip to Seaham where you can get sandy feet and tuck into fish ‘n’ chips and ice cream, we’re sure you will have a memorable time.
Beamish is a world famous open air museum, telling the story of life in North East England in Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian times. Visit the Beamish Museum website
The Derwent Valley, one of the Durham Dales, is sometimes overlooked. This man-made lake is great for sailing and fishing. Explore Derwent Reservoir
15 miles from Edmundbyers, Hamsterley Forest offers something for everyone.
Follow the 7.7 mile Edmundbyers Lead Mining Trail through the Burnhope Valley. Explore the moorland and delightful river valleys of County Durham.
The 1000 acre, three-mile long reservoir offers a safe and fun way to learn water sports. The boundary between Northumberland and Durham runs right through the middle of the lake.