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    Why travel all the way continental Europe, America or Asia when there are wonderful holidays to be enjoyed at home in England and Wales? At least, that is the question YHA is posing. Are their hostels great places to stay with good facilities? Are their holidays a great way to meet new and exciting people? Learn from the experiences of fellow travelers by reading reviews!

    About YHA
    Youth hostels
    have a cherished place in many people’s hearts. When you embarked on your first holiday without your parents, youth hostels were often where you ended up. They may also be the place where you met lifelong friends. Youth hostels originated in Germany and have had a presence in the UK since 1930. Since its founding, the Youth Hostels Association has been a charity that does not seek to make money, but to facilitate the adventures of young people eager to discover and explore new places.

    YHA has a fascinarting history. In 1932, the charity got approval from the royal family when the future Edward VIII opened a hostel in Derbyshire. YHA was seriously affected by the Second World War when young people were joining the army instead of travelling. The charity quickly recovered after the war. Since the beginning of the 21st century, YHA has upgraded its facilities to ensure a comfortable stay, instead of a Spartan one. 


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    You can become a member of YHA, which gives you discounts at hostels and several shops such as Go Ape, Cycle Surgery, Snow+Rock and Runners Need. You also become a member of Hostelling International.

    YHA operates hostels in East Midlands, Yorkshire, North West England, North East England, Wales, London, South West England, South East England, the East of England, and the Heart of England. 

    While you are staying at YHA’s hostels, you can participate in many activities. People who are into outdoor activities such as mountain biking, cycling and mountain climbing will find many exciting opportunities to do something active.

    People who love exploring cities and cultures can go sightseeing or pay a visit to local restaurants, museums and markets. 

    YHA is not just for young, single travellers. Families can also experience great holidays while staying in youth hostels. YHA partners with many family attractions to make sure that both parents and the little ones will experience a memorable and exciting trip.

    The British coast is a classic holiday destination that YHA honours by offering many coastal hostels. The coast is not just great for the beach, but also for cycling, taking long walks, visiting historical monuments and participating in cultural activities.

    Questions, comments, concerns and opinions
    You can connect with YHA’s customer care by calling 0800 0191 700 or 01629 592 700. Customer support is also available by e-mail (customerservices@yha.org.uk). 

    Have you stayed at one of YHA’s youth hostels? How did you like it? Leave a review and let us know!

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