Hostel, B&B and Tea garden, at Naburn near York
Accommodation and refreshments on the Transpennine Trail and Sustrans Cycle Track route 65, (The White Rose Cycle Route), five miles south of York.
Follow York's Solar System Model which is laid out along the cycle track and stop just beyond Saturn (coming from York) for a refreshing cuppa and a slice of cake.
Naburn Station - Hostel YorkNaburn Station is a converted railway station situated on the Trans Pennine Trail and Sustrans cycle route 65. It is one of the hostels in York which offers accommodation ideal for cyclists and walkers. It also provides the perfect base for exploring the many delights of York and North Yorkshire with easy access to the city, the moors, the dales and the coast.
Cycle and boat hire are available locally and there are riding stables in the village.
Facilities in the hostel include a well equipped kitchen, drink making facilities in each room, washing machine, off road parking, secure bike storage and internet access.
Bedding and towels provided.
Pets and children welcome.
Open: All year, 24 hours
Number of Beds: Singles / twins / doubles
Price Per Night as of January 2013:
£20pp, under 14s £12. Including bedding, towels, tea and coffee.
Camping £5 per person. 10% discount for cyclists.
Once you have confirmed your booking with us we can take payment via Paypal using this email address: email@example.com
Directions to the hostel:
On the A19 from York turn right at the sign to Naburn just before the A64 ring road junction.
From the A64 Selby junction follow the A19 towards York. Take first left signed Naburn. Just before the village go under the old railway bridge and turn immediately left.
On Sustrans cycle route 65, the hostel is 5mins walk from the Naburn village centre.
Trains at York (5 miles) and Selby (10 miles). Arriva bus 42 between York and Selby stops at bottom of the drive. Collection can be arranged from either station and local bike hire is available.