We apologise that our on line bookings facility is currently only available for bookings approximately one month ahead for bookings for individuals / rooms. This is because we now have to look after elderly relatives. We are accepting bookings for exclusive use of the hostel by groups, for a minimum of 3 nights stay, throughout 2018.
Please email or phone to make bookings up to one month ahead or to discuss group booking requirements.
T: 01348-831-800 M: 07891-407-038 e: email@example.com
Pembrokeshire Wales Hostel
The Old School Hostel
and Budget Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
Stop Press! The Old School Hostel has just been voted a HotelsCombined.com Stellar Stays Winner. We rank no.4 out of 583 places to stay in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion.
A unique place to stay offering great value for money hostel accommodation in one of the most beautiful corners of Wales ….
Welcome to The Old School Hostel and Budget Bed and Breakfast where we’ve had a lot of fun trying to create one of the nicest budget lodgings you’ll find anywhere.
As featured in The Sunday Times Travel Section, The Guardian Online, Coast Magazine, Lonely Planet and The Rough Guide to The Best Places to Stay in Britain on a Budget. We’re chuffed to receive so many lovely comments on Trip Advisor. Out of a total of 153 reviews we’re rated 142 Excellent and 7 Very Good.
Situated in the attractive village of Trefin, in North Pembrokeshire, which has a pub and a cafe. We’re not far from the cathedral city of St David’s and only a few minutes walk from the world famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
About The Hostel
Comfortable and characterful, we’re a far cry from spartan hostels of old. There’s free internet access plus wi-fi and the well equipped kitchen makes The Old School Hostel a great budget hostel accommodation and self catering option. The cosy lounge features an extensive library and there are plenty of toys and games to keep the kids happy. Click here to find out more
Bedrooms and Prices
With decor that wouldn’t look out of place in a boutique hotel, comfy memory foam mattresses and nearly all rooms featuring an en-suite solar powered shower, there’s nowhere quite like The Old School Hostel. In fact you’ll be surprised that it’s hostel accommodation. There’s no hint of boutique about our prices though! Our prices range from just £16 per person. Click here to tour the bedroom options
Budget Bed & Breakfast
Budget prices = budget hostel accommodation? Not at The Old School Hostel. We use lots of tasty, organic, fair-trade and local produce. Another real plus is that, unlike ordinary B&Bs, you don’t have to go out to eat every night. Save money by self catering in our well equipped kitchen. So, if you’re looking for a cheap and cheerful B&B here in beautiful Pembrokeshire, consider choosing us. We’re certainly cheap and we’re usually cheerful! Bed and breakfast prices start at £16 per person. Click here for more details.
The Old School Hostel is a great venue for groups of up to 22 looking for a comfortable base from which to explore all that Pembrokeshire offers. Perfect for walking groups, cyclists, (we are on Sustrans Route 4 The Celtic Trail) or families and groups of friends looking for an inexpensive hideaway near the sea. We’re a day’s walk, or a hour’s cycle or a 20 minute drive from Wales’s smallest city St David’s. Here in North Pembrokeshire are the idyllic beaches of Whitsands, Abermawr and Traeth Llyfyn, and the unique village of Porthgain. Day trips can take you north to Cardigan, Newport and the Preselli’s, or to South Pembrokeshire and Tenby, or Pembroke and it’s impressive castle, or Stackpole Quay and Bosherston’s lakes. There’s more than enough to explore! Click here for more details.
How To Book
Book On-line using the calendar at the top of this page. Phone to pay by card, or make a bank transfer. Or email us if there’s anything else you’d like to know. Click here for more details.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path
We are ideally situated for our wonderful wild and rugged stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The Old School Hostel accommodation is an inexpensive and comfy overnight stop if you’re walking the whole 186 miles of the path, or a section of it. Another great option, allowing you to dump the heavy backpack, is to base yourself here for a few days. A 44 mile stretch of the path is easily accessed for day walks using the splendid coastal bus service. This page is under construction
The Old School Hostel is in the centre of the attractive cliff top village of Trefin and it’s only a short stroll to the pub and a cafe. A spectacular coastal walk of less than one hour brings you to the harbour side village of Porthgain, home to the popular Sloop Inn and The Shed, an award winning seafood bistro. A short drive away is St Davids, Britain’s smallest city and the ever popular beach at Whitesands Bay. This page is under construction