Thursday 19 February 2015

Youth Hostel Experience

It hasn't always been sunny but this is the third February half term we've returned to Treyarnon Bay Youth Hostel with our buddies, the Hill-Daniels.

Youth Hostels aim:

To inspire all, especially young people, to broaden their horizons, gaining knowledge and independence through new experiences of adventure and discovery
We've visited a few of the 30,000 hostels worldwide, all in excellent locations. This one is probably our favourite so far.  We are actually well placed to find put about YHA in Birmingham, as the official Youth Hostel Association Archive is in the special collections, University of Birmingham.

Here's some of the things we've done at Treyarnon:


Bird watching - murmuration

Tig in the sand dunes

Rock painting

Sculpture Park



Conservation work


  1. Traveling ans staying in hotel is very adventurous but demands extra vigilance. nice to read you writing and watching pictures. Birmingham Parking

  2. I can recommend Corris Hostel (not YHA, used to be). Has family rooms. Dyfi Valley Way

  3. Ezybook's seamless Meet and Greet at Gatwick service truly turns travel into an art. Transforming the airport experience into a masterpiece, Ezybook ensures that the journey begins with convenience and ends with a warm welcome. Because, after all, home is where the art is, and Ezybook crafts every arrival with a touch of hospitality brushstrokes.