Easy hostel, lots of activities, lots of people to mingle with. Won a pitcher of beer on the first night in a drawing jam. Friendly folks.
Very friendly people, very close to the underground, nice place to stay
The location was spectacular. It was just across the street from the main train station. The room we rented was separated from other parties. We had a room all too ourselves. I should have stated that I had three seniors with me and that we needed beds on the floor. I had to lower one mattress on ...
May 1 - May 2
It was OK. It was OK. It was OK. It was OK. It was OK.
Apr 13 - Apr 14
Location was great, rooms were clean and the staff was very friendly.
Delightful hostel. Outlets and reading lights at all the beds, bathroom is cleaned about 8 times per day, the bar and lounge are cute and great places to meet fellow travelers, and the location is pretty good too, nearby 2 tube stations and a number of cafes.
Run down. It is an interesting building, but not kept up. The toilets were not working so on a floor with 30 rooms there was one toilet for all the woman to share. The window in the room did not shut, so air and noise from the busy street came in. I have stayed in hostels before, and this is probably ...
Apr 14 - Apr 15
Cute decorations throughout the property! The bed wasn’t made when I checked in, but it’s a hostel
Book a hostel in England
Life is an adventure, and you can experience it all—without breaking the bank. Don’t ignore your free spirit when you travel: stay spontaneous with hostels in England. They’re flexible, fun and never have a dull moment, just like you. Plus, the budget friendly nature of a hostel means you can stay longer and check out everything England has to offer.
Find your tribe and maximize your good times at England hostels. Backpackers, students, and young travelers flock to hostels for their community feel. They’re a great place to meet fellow travel junkies from all over the world and make new friends that will help you get the most out of England.
Hostels let you really see England
A hostel is your ticket to a great trip in England. Some include private rooms, while others offer double beds or bunk beds, so your whole crew can split the cost. If you’re traveling alone, hostels are the perfect way to find your England family and maybe even pick up a trail buddy.
Youth hostels in England are the best way to see the sights without losing your savings. Perks can include free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and options for private rooms and bathrooms. Some hostels also include common areas where you can cook and share meals together, reheat leftovers, or just gather around to swap stories. The manager is likely a local who will be able to suggest new spots in England for you to visit. Take your new best friends and get going. England isn’t going to explore itself.