Discover the beautiful scenery (and amazing cheese) of the Yorkshire Dales with a stay at YHA Hawes. Whether you’re a school trip or an activity group, our homely hostel makes a great base for studying, walking or sightseeing. We offer free Wi-Fi, a large social space for eating, relaxing or studying, plus classroom facilities for school trips. You’ll find Black Sheep Ales at our bar too.
YHA Hawes sits just a couple of minutes away from Hawes; England’s highest market town. You’ll find walking maps to inspire you and a garden with views to die for. After a day out exploring, satisfy your hunger with our group catering options – we can offer breakfast, lunch and evening meals.
From epic waterfalls like Hawdraw Force to the magical Red Squirrel trail, the Yorkshire Dales is packed with things to do. Treat your group or school trip to a tour around the Wensleydale Creamery for a taste of the famous cheese. We’ve got excellent walking and cycling routes from the door and the Dales Countryside Museum is less than a mile away – great for study groups.
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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.
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How to get here
By car and coach:
The hostel is located at the top of a steep rise on the B6255 (signposted to Ingleton), just off the junction with the A684 at the western end of the village. If you’re arriving by bike, cycle from Garsdale – 6.2 miles, on RCR10 Yorkshire Dales Cycleway, NCR 68 at Garsdale. If you’re walking, the bus stop is five minutes away, on the Herriot Way. The Pennine Way National Trail is seven minutes away.