Walk the Charlotte Brontë Literature trail, taking in North Lees Manor featured in Jane Eyre, and visit the oversized grave of Robin Hood’s sidekick, Little John. YHA Hathersage makes for ideal Peak District accommodation for discovering everything the area has to offer.
Hathersage is continually buzzing with climbing, walking and cycling enthusiasts who cannot get enough of the likes of Stanage Edge, renowned for pushing climbers of all levels to their limits. For those wishing to explore elsewhere, they will find that the village is conveniently located.
YHA Hathersage can sleep up to 42 people in the main house and the annex. There are 17 beds in the main house and 25 within the annex. Kitchen and cooking facilities are in the main house. The lounge, dining room and drying area are also within the main house. Within the main house there are two dorm rooms, both sleeping six; a single private room and one room that sleeps four. Showers and toilets within the main house are situated on the first floor. Within the main house there is a lounge with a television; a well equipped kitchen with two cookers and a hob, two fridges (one with a small freezer box), designated re-cycling boxes and an area to store food. The drying room is in the cellar and can be accessed from within the house or from outside. To the front of the main house there is a garden area with three picnic benches.
Situated just across the car park from the main hostel building is the annex. In the annex there are three six bed rooms, a four bed en-suite room and a two bed en-suite room which has disabled access and its own entrance. This room contains one single bed and one 3/4 size double. All rooms in the hostel have a sink within the room. There are two toilets and two showers available for use and all guests staying in the annex have access to the facilities in the main hostel building. There is 24 hour access to both buildings after check in.
Why guests love YHA Hathersage
- Free wi-fi
- En suite rooms available
- Meals available
- Bustling Derbyshire village in the Peak District
- Near to Chatsworth House and gardens
- Perfect for climbers, walkers and cyclists