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Castleton, Hope Valley, Castleton, S33 8WB, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.3/10! (score from 70 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at YHA Castleton Losehill Hall.
|Dormitory Room (5 Adults)|
|Quadruple Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bunk Bed in Female Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bunk Bed in Male Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
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Garden, Terrace, Sun terrace
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and charges may be applicable.
Packed lunches, Shared lounge/TV area, Laundry, Meeting/banquet facilities, Gift shop
Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
16:00 - 23:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking for more than 16 persons, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Based on 70 reviews
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The Rambler Inn is nestled into the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. This charming country inn offers en suite accommodation, a bar and a restaurant.
Score from 214 reviews Fabulous
Situated at the centre of Buxton, The Palace Hotel Buxton offers has a swimming pool and beauty salon. This grand Victorian hotel is about 300 metres from the train station.
Score from 281 reviews Good
In the centre of Hathersage, The Little John Hotel provides bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation in Derbyshire’s Peak District.
Score from 187 reviews Very good
This former coaching inn has a beautiful location less than a minute’s walk from Peveril Castle, which you can climb to enjoy breathtaking views over the Hope Valley.
Score from 230 reviews Very good
Loved the en suite bathroom the breakfast the lounge the bar the location the price
no complaints at all
Very catchy place. Nice scenery. Perfect from the inside. We really liked the lambs going around the garden. We have even saw a gray squirrel. Shared bathrooms but very well equipped. Warm and nice rooms.
They take extra charges for WiFi. 5 pounds / 2 devices / 24 hour. I think that should be free.
Buildings and location
Paid for WiFi that didn't work
Opportunity of single ensuite rooms. Very helpful staff, the setting and comfort.
Dining area a little cramped when benches pulled out.
Everything. Second visit. Beautiful setting and building.
Internal temperature too hot.
excellent staff. Friendly and informed clean comofrtable beds
one of the toilets was a bit stinky, but everything else was fantastic
Pleasant, friendly, comfortable, impressive building.
The staff couldn't be more helpful. There was a problem with the gas which meant facilities not available but we explained we couldn't come another weekend as it is annual reunion. This was reflected in the price charged and staff were so helpful. The location and setting are fantastic. Walks from the hostel and only short walk to local pubs. I recommend the Bull's Head for food and the Nag's Head for live music on Sat!!
Quality of 4 bunk bedded rooms with en-suite
The place was great for adults to stay.
Disappointed there was no where for children to meet up . I was there with my 8 year old grandson. The lounge was quiet with adults reading, there was no play area to attract children. There were indoor games, such as Uno which I eventually found were housed behind the counter but no where suitable to go and play so we used the dining room. It needs an outside area with something to attract children so they can meet and make friends. We left with my grandson speaking to no one. the families were all very self contained I guess for the same reason. We need to encourage children to want to go back because they made so many friends there. Perhaps we would have done better if we had self catered.
Welcoming staff. Smart reception area. Clean room, shower, and toilet. Comfortable bed. Quiet with window open. Good breakfast and dinner in pleasant dining room.
Hard to find annexe room at first attempt (no guiding signs) Timed washbasin taps and no drain plug.
Accommodation Services provided
- friendly, helpful staff - simple but clean en suite room, very comfy bed - 10 mins walk from Castleton village, beautiful surroundings, with paths to Mam Tor, Hollings Cross, Edale, etc. Hope station 2 miles away.
comfortable room, good breakfast
YH had moved 1 mile out of castleton and we did not realise this from internet search/booking
Very clean and modern interior within a grand exterior. Lovely grounds and outside areas well maintained. Located just off the main road so easy to get to by local bus.
Just some minor suggestions -bathrooms could do with a chair or block seat to prop ones wash things on. Dorm rooms would benefit from a dimmer switch or from some small wall lamps. The lights next to bunk beds are great, but when guests are arriving in the room at different times of the night, it would be helpful to have an alternative switch next to the entrance door to avoid the main lights being turned on.
Evening meal was excellent.
Breakfast could have been better.
I loved how friendly, funny and welcoming the staff were towards my mother and I. The room was spotless and I had a really good nights sleep. I liked how there was stuff to do. For example, there's a lounge room and somewhere to eat your breakfast or have your dinner. It was the perfect location for my mother and me. We had a gorgeous meal which at a pub which was only a 5 minute drive and went shopping the next day, that didn't take long to get to either.
The fact that there's no lights when going towards the place. For example, if you're walking up the very long drive at night time and don't have a phone or light on you, it'd be a struggle to see where you are. Luckily, my mum and me were in the car, but it was pitch black walking from the car park. The noise from the toilet or shower, whenever you went near it, the light would come on and the noise went on for quite a long time whilst we were trying to speak. There was no towels provided and I wasn't informed about this. I think that if I'm paying £55 on a deal for one night, I'd expect towels or breakfast. Maybe a TV could be added to each cabin, especially with all the kids that go. There was nothing to do when we were in our room and luckily we had the option to go out at night.
Beautiful gothic building in a great location for exploring the local area. Friendly and helpful staff. Good bar options, and kitchen facilities. Family atmosphere.
light sensors were triggered on at times during the night which interrupted sleep. (possibly from movement in rooms above?)
Great staff. Super location. Clean rooms. Lovely grounds.
Fantastic self-catering kitchen but more fridge space would be good.
The kitchen! I can cook my own supper, cutting the costs of travelling with a family. Also prepare a packed lunch and keep everything chilled. Better option for families than budget hotels as room to play, mooch about and usually in great locations.
Nothing - YHA is better than people remember from their youth, and you don't have to help clean anymore.
I've never stayed in a youth hostel before and was very impressed with Losehill Hall. It is a striking building set in an extensive woodland surround. The private room was basic but comfortable and spacious. The young staff were helpful and informative. Amazing value for money.
The bunk beds. Struggling to get in with the smart key at 11.45- a fellow traveller let me in through the library door.
Lovely building, great breakfast, very helpful staff, especially on reception.
Having a couple of people drop out from our party, we still had to pay for the whole room.
beautiful exterior and great rooms. Very helpful staff- loaned us a highlighted map with directions to the castle and the caverns. Also looked up the bus schedule for us which saved us having to buy 20 minutes of internet!
The building was gorgeous
Rooms rather compact and very wwrm at night
The setting was beauyiful the bedrooms and en-suite were great nice clean and modern. Very friendly and perfect location.
The cooked breakfast was not very good quality and the room was a bit hot at night as window wouldn't open much.
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