The Seahouses Hostel is situated a mile inland from the fishing and holiday village of Seahouses which is fifty miles north of Newcastle and twenty five miles south of Berwick upon Tweed.

The Centre was originally a girl’s school and farm outbuilding of a former vicarage. It was extensively modernised and enlarged in 1989 and refurbished in 2005. The centre is now used frequently by large groups such as school field trips and is loved by those doing outdoor pursuits.

Six dormitories sleeping 4/6 people
Two common rooms
A dining room
A fully equipped kitchen including freezer, fridge, gas cooker and full range of cutlery and table ware for 34 people
Showers and toilets
Full central heating
A small crafts/games room- table tennis
An enclosed paddock for games
Drying room

The Programme is an important element in the use of the hostel. The Resident Warden is available to help you develop an appropriate programme to meet your ideas and needs. A visit to the Hostel by leaders, prior to the event, is encouraged and has proved worthwhile.

The area offers so much.

Historically the coastal area abounds in castles while inland there are various archaeological sites.
Outdoor pursuits include sea fishing, camping and hill walking. Local specialists can offer canoeing and climing courses.
The area has strong association with St. Cuthbert who lived at the Farne Islands, and St. Aidan who lived on Holy Island.
A fully equipped kitchen including freezer, fridge, gas cooker and full range of cutlery and table ware for 34 people
The Farne Island bird sanctuary and grey seal colony can be visited by boat while at Newton and Spindalstone there are bird hides with access for the disabled.
Much of the extensive dunes and coastline are owened by the National Trust and are part of the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve.
For further details and booking form contact:

Sylvia Ward
Seahouses Hostel
Main Street
North Sunderland
Seahouses
Northumberland
NE68 7TU
Tel: 07531305206

E mail: seahouseshostel@outlook.com