YHA York Hostel is located at Water End, Clifton, York YO30 6LP, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with YHA York Hostel and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Richard Slade

5 Google Rating

We stayed at this youth hostel at the end of the summer and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. A lovely s

5/ 5

We stayed at this youth hostel at the end of the summer and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. A lovely site, great cafe, friendly staff and comfortable and quiet room. Highly recommend a visit not only for the excellent accommodation but it serves as a base and is a short and pleasant walk along the river to York city.

Craig Nielsen

5 Google Rating

Just got home after spending 2 nights at YHA York, great hostel with lovely staff. It's only a 15 mi

5/ 5

Just got home after spending 2 nights at YHA York, great hostel with lovely staff. It's only a 15 minute walk into the city centre on quiet paths. Looking forward to staying there again.

Haneen AlMoslam

5 Google Rating

i lost an item of great personal importance at the hostel. i called them about it and they arranged

5/ 5

i lost an item of great personal importance at the hostel. i called them about it and they arranged for it to be sent to me! they were super kind and super understanding i definitely recommend them!

Tony Reid

5 Google Rating

Friendly staff, comfortable, functional accommodation. Just bear in mind it's shared bathrooms and y

5/ 5

Friendly staff, comfortable, functional accommodation. Just bear in mind it's shared bathrooms and you'll need to bring or hire towels. I'll be using YHA again

Tim Payne

5 Google Rating

A very nice hostel based around a historic house. Lovely gardens and plenty of parking for quests. G

5/ 5

A very nice hostel based around a historic house. Lovely gardens and plenty of parking for quests. Good breakfast and evening menus available. About 20minute gently walk from Botham Bar.

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