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Edmundbyers Hostel

This former inn dating from 1600 - in a rural village surrounded by heather moorland - offers basic facilities. Enjoy a peaceful picnic at nearby Derwent Reservoir or visit the pretty village of Blanchland or walk in the rugged uplands. Durham is 20m and Beamish Museum 16m. On the Sea to Sea (C2C) cycle route.


Self-catering kitchen, showers, drying room, and cycle store. No hostel shop - village shop opposite hostel.

Beds 36
Disabled Facilities No
Drinks License No
Meals Self-catering only
Under 3's No
No Smoking Yes
High Chairs No
Cots No
Parking Roadside.


Low House, Edmundbyers, Consett, County Durham, DH8 9NL
01207 255651
Tourist Information: 01207 591043

Getting There

At the junction of trackways from the Tyne to Weardale and Allendale, 6m W of Shotley Bridge, 1/2m from Derwent Reservoir.

Ordnance Survey Sheet/Grid Ref: 87/17500


Stanley Taxis 773 Consett-Townfield (Tel: 01670 533128), with connections on Northern 719, 765 Durham Consett (pass close BR Durham) or X12, 745, 770/1 Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Consett (pass BR Newcastle); otherwise alight Consett 5m (Tel: 0191 383 3337)


Hexham 13m.


Newcastle 25m

Nearest Other Hostels

Acomb 16m, Newcastle 20m

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