- Very Good
- 18 guest reviews
"Nothing flash... but just a great place to lay your head. The TV room and shared facilities were totally up to scratch.. felt like a home aw..."
"Perfectly fine for what I needed it for, which was just a place to sleep ahead of an event in Salisbury the following day. Only criticisms w..."
"The price paid for this hostel is comparable with a travelodge or premier inn - unfortunately they were fully booked so had to book the host..."
"I met some lovely foreign travellers aged between 30 and 50. There were some families too. The hostel team were helpful and pleasant people..."
"I stayed here for one night prior to going to the Thruxton circuit the next day. Very clean, friendly and quiet and a lovely area outdoors t..."
About the hotel
Cholderton Stonehenge Hostel is set on a converted milk dairy farm, set in beautiful countryside on the Wiltshire & Hampshire border only 4 miles from Stonehenge, with views to Salisbury Cathedral. The hostel has 70 beds and is also set on the site of the farm. It was refurbished 2 years ago and is now rated as a 4-star hostel.
There is a variety of room sizes from a 2-bed up to a 10. Some of our rooms are also en-suite. There is also a lounge, conservatory, kitchen and laundry facilities. We provide a full catering service with breakfast, packed lunches and evening meals. There are also self catering facilities provided. We welcome groups, individuals, members and non members. You can hire out the hostel exclusively and book the education centre or cafe for events. If you let us know your requirements then we will try and accommodate them. The price is based on a room rate and includes your bed linen. Entrance to the adjoining farm is at an additional entrance fee paid locally. During your stay, explore lively market towns, rolling open scenery, stately homes and magnificent gardens plus experiencing the bustling city culture of Swindon and Salisbury. There are attractions galore - including nearby iconic Stonehenge, and Avebury. Famous sites such Salisbury Cathedral, Longleat,Wiltshire's White Horses, Stourhead, and the Kennet & Avon Canal combine with lesser known gems such as Lacock and STEAM. Here you'll find interestingly different local shops, quaint tea rooms, gastro pubs, restaurants and events throughout the year. Whether it's indoors or outdoors, in front of a roaring fire, walking or cycling, Wiltshire is waiting to welcome you, . . again, and again.
Showing Thursday 26 November 2015 to Friday 27 November 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
83% would recommend it to a friend
Great affordable stay
but just a great place to lay your head. The TV room and shared facilities were totally up to scratch.. felt like a home away from home. Staff very friendly.
Perfectly ok for a nights stay
Perfectly fine for what I needed it for, which was just a place to sleep ahead of an event in Salisbury the following day.
Only criticisms would be that the bedside light didn't work for my bunk so I pretty much had no option but to just go to sleep and the shower was not working so I would have had to use the communal ones down the hall. Staff were pleasant, the kitchen was well stocked and the room was clean. The hostel is also a bit hard to find as its not clearly sign posted as being a hostel, follow the farm signs!.