Hostels in Cornwall

24 places to stay...
  • Falmouth Lodge Backpackers
    Falmouth
    Sleeps 28

    Relaxed, friendly and clean, Falmouth Lodge Backpackers is just two minutes’ walk from the Blue Flag beach of Gyllyngvase and the South West Coast Path and eight minutes’ walk into town and the harbou

  • YMCA

    YMCA

    From £17.00
    Penzance

    Run by the YMCA (Christian youth association) offers a range of facilities including a backpackers hostel, cafe, internet and sports facilities. From £17

  • St Christophers

    St Christophers

    From £10.00
    Newquay

    The hot spot for sun-worshippers. With 11 beaches stretching over 7 miles of sand it’s a challenge for anyone to tear themselves from their towel.

  • Northshorebude Backpackers Hotel
    Bude

    Come and stay with us; Sean and Janine! Our place is welcoming and relaxed. Your visit to Cornwall can be whatever you want it to be.

  • Newquay International Backpackers
    Newquay

    We are situated at the heart of the European surfing capital, Newquay, Cornwall, England. Ideally located for sampling the famous surfing, nightlife and cuisine.

  • Treyarnon Bay YHA

    Treyarnon Bay YHA

    From £13.95
    Padstow
    Sleeps 68

    1930s former summer residence overlooking the beach, Private rooms available. Beds From £13.95

  • The Jacobs Ladder Inn

    The Jacobs Ladder Inn

    From £20.00
    Falmouth
    Sleeps 16

    The centrally placed Jacobs Ladder Inn offers hostel accommodation above a local pub with real ales, top quality food and live music 5 nights a week!

  • The Haven

    The Haven

    From £10.00
    St Austell
    Sleeps 5

    Various accommodation available for backpackers, walkers, cyclists, etc.

  • The Green House Surf Lodge
    Newquay

    If you’re looking for comfortable, spacious accomodation with an easy going, chilled out vibe, then look no further!

  • St Just YHA

    St Just YHA

    From £13.95
    St Just
    Sleeps 35

    2 star hostel. Half the rooms here have sea views. Close proximity to the South West Coast Path, St Just and Sennen.

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