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Came here for a weekend with our walking group staying two nights. It is many, many years since my last visit and the impression I had then was of a large rambling place that needed a lot of care and attention.
It is evident that...More
I've not stayed in a youth hostel for years after having a bad experience but I needed something cheap and cheerful last minute so took the plunge with this one and it was perfect.
It's a lovely old house (there's a booklet with the history...More
We came here for a weekend and were very pleased we did. It is such a historic building, very clean, the staff were wonderful. Breakfast and packed lunches were excellent. It is very hard to fault apart from two YHA regular issues! Lack of/poorly positions...More
Great family trip with three little ones. Bunk bed room was a little spartan compared to what they have had in the past, but who wants to spend time r bedroom when there is table tennis, table football, board games to play and expansive grounds...More
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I am biased. I did work here way back in 1996 and used the Hostel as the venue for my wedding reception in 1998 (married in Grasmere Church) and have been back a few times to walk around the grounds but never stayed a night...More