Definitely a hostel I'd come back to. The location on the lake is magnificent and hostel just looks amazing.
We were made to feel welcome from the start and the staff were very kind, helpful and generous. We only stayed the Friday night before heading off to wild-camp below Great Cable and Scafell Pike, however, we were welcomed back on Sunday afternoon and the staff had allowed us to use the showers and facilities even though we weren't staying the Sunday night. It was really great to freshen up before heading south and for that my friend and I are really grateful.
I don't think a one night stop over really does this hostel justice, so I definitely plan to come back and spent more time in the area. My thanks to Ged and the other members of the team at the hostel for being so accommodating.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- YHA Wasdale Hall (formerly known as YHA Wastwater) is a stunning half-timbered National Trust-owned house dating from 1829 and still retains many original features. Enjoy beautiful scenery from the grounds, which extend to the shores of Lake Wastwater, England's deepest lake. Within easy reach of England's highest mountain, walkers will be busy here. After a hectic day enjoy a delicious meal in our wood paneled restaurant with stunning views of the lake. All meals are home-cooked using fresh produce in the Wasdale Hall kitchens and served to your table. A range of local Cumbrian ales, fine wines, spirits and soft drinks are also available to accompany your meal. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- YHA Wasdale Hall Nether Wasdale, Cumbria