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The Dalby Hub Bunkhouse

Type:Hostel

From £25.00
The Dalby Hub Bunkhouse

About

About Us

We are a not for profit organisation. An eco-friendly, Fairtrade community.....who have worked together over many years to help renovate and maintain this unique and much loved historic building of St James Church & Schoolrooms.....we want to share our corner of the world with those who seek out special places. J!

The Bunkhouse is available from April to October* for a short break, or staycations, or overnight stays and is ideally situated for those walking the Raad ny Foillan on its most extreme and punishing stretch!

(*NB> Visits at other times of the year can be negotiated on request).

 

The Hub Bunkhouse is light, open plan and cosy.  

There is a bed / living room which sleeps 4, equipped with a lovely wood-burning stove, coffee table and comfy chairs : with one double sofa/bed  & 2 single sofa/beds. The rate includes use of duvets, pillows, bed linen and towels, and dish cloths                                                      

There is a kitchenette, equipped with fridge, kettle, micro-wave, microwaveable dishes, small hob, toaster as well as cutlery & crockery, table and chairs .

A small shower room, with heated towel rail

And a separate wet area, with toilet & wash-hand basin.

Basic background heating is on 24/7 and we provide you with an initial supply of wood for the stove; additional wood can be bought from the shop.

 

We are a  ‘WiFi free zone’ (4G is good in the area!)  TV is available on request.

Basic stores are provided & self -catering breakfast and evening meals can be ordered in advance from the Village Shop

 

Only one group will be booked in at any one timeso your party will have exclusive use of the building from 6pm – 10am* 

Please contact us if you wish to discuss sole use of the premises throughout the day.

For those seeking more than an overnight stay we offer storage facilities so you are able to lock your personal possessions away during the day. You are very welcome to continue to use the room between 10 am -6 pm, but it is open to others during this time,

The front lobby is used to access the Village Shop

 

Outside, there is a small paved area for sitting with a breakfast cup of coffee. We hope to extend this to a larger paved area for seating.

Quote from a visitor: .... we’ve had a lovely warm and very comfortable night’s stay here....will recommend it to our families and friends and no doubt return in the not too distant future! So peaceful and lovely....

The Cost is £25 for the first person & £20 for each additional person per night .

For more info, terms & conditions please see our website : http://www.stjamesdalby.org/the-hub-hostel.html 

or to book Contact us : thedalbyhub@gmail.com  

The Location :

Is Ideal for anyone exploring the West Coast by car, on foot or by bike.

It is in easy walking distance to the highly picturesque Niarbyl Bay, and offers a unique opportunity for a days’ hike to the remote historic hermits cell at Lhagg ny Killey, or South Barrule, or Cronk ny aree laa, or Glen Rushen, or Dawlish Cashen, or the coastal footpath to Glenmaye and Peel ! At least a weeks’ walking with spectacular scenery right from the doorstep.

Want to know more about the location ? We have a local History exhibition on the walls on the Bunkhouse!

Dalby village has few amenities, but the Narbyl café and restaurant is only a 10min walk from the Bunkhouse.

Basic stores are available at the Hub Shop.

Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
1
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Dalby Hub Hostel£25.00 per person (room only)

*£25 for the first person booking, if two people book the second/ third /fourth is £20

St James Church, Main Road, Dalby, IM5 3BR
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Awards

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Dalby Village is on the A27, the main coastal Road from Port Erin to Peel and on the Raad ny Foillan coastal footpath.

It is in easy walking distance to the highly picturesque Niarbyl Bay, and offers a unique opportunity for a days’ hike to the remote historic hermits cell at Lhagg ny Killey, or South Barrule, or Cronk ny aree laa, or Glen Rushen, or Dawlish Cashen, or the coastal footpath to Glenmaye and Peel ! At least a weeks’ walking with spectacular scenery right from the doorstep.

Public Transport Directions

There is a basic bus service from Peel to Dalby, but sadly it doesn't operate in the evening.

What's Nearby

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    0.54 miles away
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