Hostel in Wooler, England

1 Hostel in Wooler available. Prices start from $4.00 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Wooler

Hostel in Wooler, England

1 Hostel in Wooler available. Prices start from $9.00 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Wooler (no more "I wish I knew this before")

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Nestled in Northumberland’s rolling Cheviot Hills, the market town of Wooler is known as the gateway to Glendale. Although the town is small, there are a number of interesting attractions and Wooler makes a good base for exploring the wider region, as well as hosting a number of popular annual events. The great outdoors is perhaps the main reason that people visit the Wooler area -- the Wooler Cycle Hub is a collection of seven designated cycling routes that take in the best the area has to offer, from castles to coastlines and everything in between; there are rides to suit all riders. For those who prefer to get around on foot, the Breamish, College, and Harthorpe Valleys offer some of the best waling in the area, while those feeling more energetic can try some of the Cheviot peaks. Casual walkers may find of interest some of the sign-posted trails, none of them more than a three-hour circular walk; destinations include historic Flodden Battlefield and Linhope Spout, an impressive sixty-foot waterfall.

The Ford and Etal estates just outside Wooler offer countless attractions and activities, including the Heatherslaw Steam Railway, Etal Castle, and Ford Moss Nature Reserve -- but the highlight must be Lady Waterford Hall, a former school turned village hall which was decorated by Louisa Anne, Marchioness of Ford, in the 1860s; she was the owner of the Etal estate and she was an artist who was closely associated with John Ruskin and the Pre-Raphaelite movement.

In Wooler town, the Cheviot Centre houses the local Tourist Information Service as well as an exhibition on Josephine Butler, a local woman who was an important voice in the feminist movement in the late nineteenth century: among her chief achievements was the repeal of the Contagious Diseases Act which improved conditions for women engaged in prostitution.

Your options for hostels in Wooler are limited, but you will be in an ideal location for enjoying the outdoor life. Hostels in nearby towns are within easy driving distance.

Written by local enthusiast for Wooler hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Wooler hostels Fiona Thompson

Wooler Hostel Cheatsheet

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