Nestling in the Welsh Marches on the edge of a historic market town, this cosy and comfortable YHA Kington is perfect for hiking weekend away exploring this region’s idyllic villages and rolling countryside. Situated on the Offa’s Dyke Path, the hostel is great for walking holidays, as well as canoeing or even pony trekking in cider country.
Kington is located close to Hay-on-Wye, famous for its book festival and it is also in the shadow of the northern side of the Brecon Beacons, famous for its arduous mountain range where the UK elite military forces complete gruelling route marches. We also offer hikes that venture into the Brecon’s as well as modest hikes in the local area.
The building sleeps up to 30 people, arranged in various sized bedrooms. Four of the bedrooms are fully en-suite, three of the rooms have showers and hand basins, the remaining rooms have hand basins and external shower immediately adjacent. There are toilets on each floor.
Don’t forget to bring your own towels.
There is a cosy TV lounge with comfortable furniture and a television, that compliment the dining room area. If you prefer some outdoor space or getting closer to nature? There is a small garden area with two picnic tables.
A cosy lounge is furnished with sofas and armchairs and is accessed via the main entrance lobby. It is connected to the dining room via a passageway with a food service bar which guests are free to make use of.
- Limited Car parking, but ample street parking.
- Located on the edge of the village close to shops and a pub.
- Outside courtyard and seating
- Free wi-fi
- Drying room
- Dogs welcome but must be pre-booked
What3Words provides a 3meter map location using words, try it out when navigating to this hostel!
You must be logged in to post a comment.