About YHA Boggle Hole
Number of beds: 91 Classrooms Free Wi-Fi in communal areas
Packages and bolt-ons available here
Beachside location and on-site activities
With a £1.2 million renovation under its belt and an unforgettable pirate-themed décor, YHA Boggle Hole is an inspirational destination for groups. Tucked away in its very own smuggler’s cove, this hostel is something special. The hostel consists of two accommodation buildings (our charming Old Mill and the brand new Crow’s Nest), enjoys direct access to the coast and is surrounded by mature, wooded grounds. The Hostel also offers superb dining and classroom/conference facilities, a spacious courtyard for outdoor games and a distinctive character that makes this hostel a superb destination for groups of all ages.
For school and youth groups there is a wealth of educational opportunities. Young children will love the building and hunting for the illusive ‘boggles’. We can provide a range of quality, curriculum linked activities for KS1 and KS2 children, either as part of our Discovery Package or through half or full day bolt on activities to your self-led stay. From Seashore Safari’s on our pristine beach, to learning about a Smuggler’s Life in Robin Hood’s Bay, walking with dinosaurs to discovering the secrets of our Universe … our Discovery package and bolt-on options provide a range of engaging activities led by our experienced staff to help you and your group make the most of this superb setting. For older educational groups the position between land and sea provides a great place to study the coast and the unique geology of the area, situated as it is in the North York Moors National Park, with rocks dating from the Jurassic period, and miles of moorland to explore. YHA Boggle Hole is a great destination for geology and geography groups looking for a base for their field work studies, and with Bram Stoker’s Whitby just a few miles away, literature and art students will also find much to sink their teeth in to!
Other groups can enjoy our beachside location, perfect for exploring the Yorkshire Heritage Coast and we’re easy walking distance from Robin Hood’s Bay (a starting or finishing point for the coast to coast walk) and a short drive from Whitby. With free Wi-Fi in our social spaces, plenty of nooks and crannies for relaxing, licensed bar and a conference room, whatever you reason for choosing YHA Boggle Hole – you won’t be disappointed.
- Free Wi-Fi in communal areas
- Drying room
- En-suite rooms available
- Board games
- Computer access
- Cycle store
- Dining room
- Licensed bar
- Meals available
- On-site café
- Self-catering kitchen
- Car parking
- Coach parking
- Minibus parking
- Nearby parking
- Corridor zoning
- Meeting Rooms & Corporate Hire
Learning Outside the Classroom
YHA is at the top of the class for educational visits. We have been awarded a
Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Award at 74 of our Youth Hostels
across England and Wales.
For more information about the Learning Outside the Classroom Awards,
please visit the Learning Outside the Classroom website.
YHA Boggle Hole has been given the LOtC award.
Reasons to book your next group trip with YHA
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Packages available at this hostel
Optional Bolt-on activities at YHA Boggle Hole
Perfect for groups looking to fill free time, our bolt-on activities can easily be added on to your YHA stay. Available as half-day and full-day options, we offer an exciting range of activities that are designed to entertain and engage pupils of all ages and abilities.
Activities delivered by trained and experienced staff
Available at all the hostels that offer YHA packages, this bolt-on offers challenging problem solving and team building activities delivered by our very own trained and experienced staff. Activities are run on hostel grounds, meaning you don’t need to travel anywhere.
- Walking with dinosaurs
- Seashore safari
- Castles in the sand
- What a load of rubbish!
- Shipwrecks and storms
- A bucket of wee and a floating egg
- Dark skies discovery
- Fire pit and traditional tales
- Pirate party
- Whitby wanderer