The centre has two hostels, each is independent of the other,
Hebden Hey Hostel was opened in 1976 and provides accommodation for a maximum of 44 people in four bedrooms.
Each bedroom is equipped with double tier mattress bunk beds for 18, 16, 6 and 4 respectively.
There are two washrooms each with multiple toilets, wash basins and showers. There are two adjoining kitchens and two dining rooms, giving flexibility for parties to cater as two groups if they so wish. Each kitchen has a comprehensive set of equipment, including fridge, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils. A chest freezer, microwave cooker and Burco water boiler are also available in the kitchens.
The hostel also has a lounge, boot lobby and drying room, all rooms have central heating feeding radiators from the central gas fired boiler. These not only provide ample heating to the building during your stay, they are programmed to pre-heat the building to give you a warm welcome when walking in at the start of your stay.
An external conservatory for changing outdoor clothing, as well as the separate training rooms built beneath the hostel.
Click on the various rooms below to enlarge the preview of the rooms, note, you can step through the large photos using the next & previous tags on the images.
This building sleeps up to 44 people. For larger groups, please consider booking the Tom Bell hostel - that sleeps up to 30 people.