Welcome to Seahouses Hostel
Seahouses Hostel is located in the pretty coastal village of Seahouses in beautiful, rural North Northumberland and provides self-catering residential accommodation primarily to groups of children, young people and their leaders. We are within walking distance to the beach, picturesque coastal walks, tourist attractions and local amenities in the centre of the village including some lovely pubs and restaurants.
Originally a girls’ school and the farm outbuildings of a former vicarage, Seahouses Hostel was converted to a hostel in 1989; following a substantial investment by Lord Crewe’s Charity, an extensive renovation and new build was completed in early 2017 enabling guests to enjoy a spacious, bright, comfortable and relaxing stay with exclusive use of our facilities.
Standing beside St Paul’s Church at the edge of the village, we are a charity run by a Christian Foundation within the Diocese of Newcastle and very much welcome guests from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and faiths and those with interests in a variety of leisure activities and pursuits; we also welcome families and the independent traveller.
Visitors to the hostel are from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and interests.
If you or your group are wondering where to stay in Northumberland, the hostel is an ideal base for:
- Schools and colleges
- Church or parish groups
- Special interest groups
- Educational trips
- Community based groups
- Brownies, Guides, Cubs, Scouts, Cadets
- Diocesan and deanery groups
- Conservation groups
- Other uniformed organisations
- Youth groups