Stay with YHA
A stay with YHA should be both comfortable and exciting! We want you to get the most out of the outstanding locations you’ll be staying in, but also be confident of getting that all important rest ready to explore again the next day.
What's it like in a hostel?
We’ve come to find that many people’s perception of what a hostel is all about is often quite a long way from the truth. Therefore, we’d love to dispel some of the myths and misconceptions that we’ve come across over the years. YHA England & Wales youth hostels have received millions of pounds in investment and care in recent years, to ensure they can be used and enjoyed for generations to come.
Where do you want to go?
Choose how you experience YHA
Places to stay in England & Wales
With incredible countryside, awe-inspiring views and amazing cityscapes, England and Wales has something for all. Discover the best of these two magnificent countries with YHA as you experience our incredibly varied network of hostels amidst some truly beautiful and accessible locations.
Stay as a group of 16 or more people
If you're looking to travel as a group of more than 16 people, you'll have to book as a group. Whether you're looking for somewhere to host your cycling group's annual getaway, or to take your school class on a field trip with a difference, we're well positioned to offer you the accommodation to suite your needs in a range of superb locations. Whatever your group's requirements, we can help.
Exclusively hire the entire hostel
Sometimes you just need to get together with a large group of friends, family and everyone you love spending time with. Book a whole hostel at over 100 amazing locations with YHA Exclusive Hire.
Stay as part of a school residential
YHA's inspiring locations and high quality accommodation position us as a perfect destination for taking your school group for a trip to learn away from the classroom. With tailored activities, knowledgeable and friendly staff and historic, varied buildings, a residential stay at our hostels can make a big difference in improving a child's performance and well-being.