Seahouses Hostel from Main Street

 
 Warden Sylvia Ward MBE, team member Joan Turnbull and Bishop of Newcastle the Rt Revd Christine Hardman in May 2016
Sylvia Ward MBE, former Warden of Seahouses Hostel,
with colleague Joan Turnbull and Bishop of Newcastle
the Rt Revd Christine Hardman in May 2016

 

Serving Young People in a Christian Place

Seahouses Hostel is near to the coastal fishing and holiday village of Seahouses in North Northumberland.

Approximately 50 miles north of Newcastle upon Tyne and 25 miles south of Berwick upon Tweed, the Hostel provides self-catering residential accommodation for groups of young people, children and their leaders (from Early Years to Key Stages 1-5 and beyond).

The Hostel is run by a Christian foundation, and welcomes groups of all faiths and none.

Standing beside St Paul's Church at the edge of the village, the Hostel was converted in 1989 from a girls' school and the farm outbuildings of a former vicarage.

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
  • educational trips
  • Brownies, Guides, Cubs, Scouts, Cadets
  • other uniformed organisations
  • church or parish groups
  • community based groups
  • diocesan and deanery groups
  • youth groups
  • special interest groups
  • charities
  • conservation groups
  • retreats

 

We look forward to welcoming you.

 

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