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I think my favorite youth hostel in England deserves a post of its own. I absolutely love the other YHA hostels, but Boggle Hole was unique on its own. 
In my previous post, you’ve seen what Boggle Hole looks like and admit it, the house doesn’t look much. But that’s because the magic happens on the inside! So, let me give you a tour~[[MORE]]

When you enter Boggle Hole, you’ll see this counter filled with candies and sweets. Quite frankly, the counter looks more like a sweet shop than a hostel concierge. +1 for selling ice cream!!!!!!!! :3
Anyhoo, the hostel has this pirate theme going on. This is because the hostel was located right beside the sea and a couple of minutes away from Robin Hood’s Bay. The village was named after Robin Hood because there were legends that the famous outlaw encountered French pirates here. The pirates, of course, surrendered and Robin Hood returned the loot to the people of the village.  

The place is really ideal for kids because they get to do things that involves imagination and not technology. I believe this is the room where they held their puppet show.

"I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky."

This is the laundry room and I love that wooden hanger thing. 

The Poop Deck! Hehehe!

This is my room for the night. The room has a view of the sea, which I thought was really nice. Close the window when you go to sleep because it’s awfully cold in the morning.


This is the basement and where you’ll eat a scrumptious full English Breakfast. 


The mermaid and pirate mascot of the hostel

We also went to the woods to check their bonfire site. Check out those cute wooden seats for the kids. 
So what do you think? :) I know it’s a hostel but Peta, the manager of the place, and her staff did an amazing job because it is one of the unique YHA hostels I’ve visited. It feels so cozy to live stay here, too! I’m definitely adding this to my home inspiration for my future home. :) 
YHA Boggle HoleMill Beck, Fylingthorpe, Whitby, YO22 4UQ T: 0845 371 9504 { Book Online }

YHA Boggle Hole

I think my favorite youth hostel in England deserves a post of its own. I absolutely love the other YHA hostels, but Boggle Hole was unique on its own. 

In my previous post, you’ve seen what Boggle Hole looks like and admit it, the house doesn’t look much. But that’s because the magic happens on the inside! So, let me give you a tour~

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

When you enter Boggle Hole, you’ll see this counter filled with candies and sweets. Quite frankly, the counter looks more like a sweet shop than a hostel concierge. +1 for selling ice cream!!!!!!!! :3

Anyhoo, the hostel has this pirate theme going on. This is because the hostel was located right beside the sea and a couple of minutes away from Robin Hood’s Bay. The village was named after Robin Hood because there were legends that the famous outlaw encountered French pirates here. The pirates, of course, surrendered and Robin Hood returned the loot to the people of the village.  

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

The place is really ideal for kids because they get to do things that involves imagination and not technology. I believe this is the room where they held their puppet show.

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

"I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky."

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

This is the laundry room and I love that wooden hanger thing. 

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

The Poop Deck! Hehehe!

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

This is my room for the night. The room has a view of the sea, which I thought was really nice. Close the window when you go to sleep because it’s awfully cold in the morning.

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

This is the basement and where you’ll eat a scrumptious full English Breakfast. 

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

The mermaid and pirate mascot of the hostel

YHA Boggle Hole | Youth Hostel Association (England and Wales) | Big Blog Exchange 2013

We also went to the woods to check their bonfire site. Check out those cute wooden seats for the kids. 

So what do you think? :) I know it’s a hostel but Peta, the manager of the place, and her staff did an amazing job because it is one of the unique YHA hostels I’ve visited. It feels so cozy to live stay here, too! I’m definitely adding this to my home inspiration for my future home. :) 

YHA Boggle Hole
Mill Beck, Fylingthorpe, Whitby, YO22 4UQ 
T: 0845 371 9504 { Book Online }

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