The 10 best luxury hostels for a solo getaway in the UK

The idea of ​​staying in a hotel might not appeal to people looking to travel to the UK this summer, especially given its general reputation.

However, if you’re traveling alone this summer and want to stay somewhere comfortable yet affordable, you might be in luck.

HostelWorld has plenty of quality establishments for those looking to get away from it all this year.

From Bath to Inverness, Belfast to Swansea, and everything in between, solo travelers can experience the beauty that lies right on their doorstep.

For travelers who are discovering the experience, HostelWorld has also set up The single-player system on their app, which allows solo travelers to see who else is visiting a city or hostel before booking and talk to them ahead of time.

Here is a list of the ten best hostels to stay via their site, and how much they cost per night.

The ten best hostels in the UK

YHA Bath, Bath, England (HostelWorld rating – 9.2)

Part of YHA Bath (HostelWorld)

The main hostel building is a beautiful Italianate mansion, set in private grounds, with some rooms located in a separate annex building. There is a licensed restaurant for you to unwind after a busy day exploring what the city has to offer.

Beds cost £23 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

Bazpackers Hostel, Inverness, Scotland (HostelWorld rating – 9.5)

Located directly opposite the castle, Bazpackers offers a clean, professional and friendly service in a quiet but very central location in Inverness.

Beds cost £42 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

Astor York, York, England (HostelWorld rating – 9.4)

The Astor York is set in a beautiful Grade II listed building, just 10 minutes’ walk from the historic center of York.

It has a large living room with plenty of comfy sofas to relax on after a day of sightseeing, a well-stocked bar for sharing drinks with friends old and new, and two large dining areas for catching up with others. travellers.

Beds cost £14.45 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

Castle Rock Hostel, Edinburgh, Scotland (HostelWorld rating – 9.4)

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Castle Rock Hostel is conveniently located right next to Edinburgh Castle, up the hill from Grassmarket.

This thoughtfully decorated hostel offers clean, spacious, themed rooms that our guests have described as “pretty and warm”, as well as a large kitchen and multiple living rooms, so there’s plenty of space to meet other people or find a quiet corner.

Beds cost £15 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

Wombat’s City Hostel London, London, England (HostelWorld rating – 8.9)

What was once the accommodation of sailors is now a hostel that satisfies all the needs of the modern traveler. With great attention to detail, they have created a hostel in London that celebrates the legacy of this historic building.

Beds cost £34 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

Global Village, Belfast, Northern Ireland (HostelWorld rating – 9.1)

Global Village is located in the thriving Queens University district, close to some of the city’s best pubs and shops. it’s also just a 15-minute walk from City Hall in central Belfast.

Beds cost £17.50 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

YHA Liverpool Central, Liverpool, England (HostelWorld rating – 9.2)

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The YHA Liverpool Central offers contemporary accommodation at affordable prices. They have a range of different bedrooms, all en suite, and we have suites available to book for special occasions.

There is also a café-bar where you can have a drink and a snack, or a meal after a day of sightseeing.

Beds cost £21 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

Palmers Lodge – Swiss Cottage, London, England (HostelWorld rating – 9.1)

Whether you’re a backpacker, flash-packer or budget traveller, Palmers Lodge has everything you need for one of London’s most unique experiences!

Combining the great charm of our historic building built in 1882, their friendly team and accessible location, Palmers Lodge has it all.

Beds cost £26.50 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

Cwtsh Hostel, Swansea, Wales (HostelWorld rating – 9.6)

Situated in the heart of Swansea city centre, overlooking the Castle Gardens, The Cwtsh Hostel provides a modern and unique base from which to explore the city and surrounding area.

They cater to backpackers, explorers, families, school groups, partiers and independents.

Beds cost £26.90 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

Skye Basecamp, Isle of Skye, Scotland (HostelWorld rating – 9.7)

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Skye Basecamp is an independent hostel run by climbers who also run the mountain guide company Skye Guides for the Cuillin Mountains and climbing days.

The perfect base for exploring the Isle of Skye with all its mountain and coastal attractions within easy reach.

Beds cost £29 per night in dorms.

Book a stay via HostelWorld website here.

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