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YHA Hemmingford House

YHA Hemmingford House -

Address

Alveston
Stratford-upon-Avon
CV37 7RG

Contact

Tel : +44 0870 770 6052

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Prices

Dorm Female
£21.95 - £21.95
Per person per night breakfast included

Dorm Male
£21.95 - £21.95
Per person per night breakfast included

This Georgian mansion house, set in 3 acres of private grounds, is situated in a quiet village just 3 km from the town centre. We specialise in providing high quality, comfortable budget accommodation for families, groups and independent travellers. We are open all day and our facilities include a Restaurant serving a full selection of excellent value meals and snacks to suit all tastes, cafe bar, TV lounge, games-room, internet access, large car park, cycle shed, self-catering room and laundry facilities.

The hostel has 132 beds and accommodation is available in family (some en suite), or multi-share single sex rooms. Please call directly for availability of private rooms.
All bunk beds except for the double room.

YHA / IYHF members discounts are available.

For Groups staying at YHA Stratford-upon-Avon we have a wide selection of educational based workshops available in Dramatic Arts, Creative Arts and Tudor History. For your group leisure time we also offer Circus Skills workshops and Music and Storytelling. Please ask to see our Activity Brochures.

Open all year

3 Stars - Hostel

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By Road

From Stratford Tourist Information Centre, cross the river bridge. Take the first left B4086 Tiddington Road. The YHA centre is well signposted and is about 1 and a half miles from this junction on the left-hand side.

YHA Hemmingford House -
YHA Hemmingford House -

YHA Hemmingford House facilities include:

  • Cater for vegetarians
  • Serve evening meal
  • On site parking
  • Garden/patio for guests' use

YHA Hemmingford House accessibility includes:

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