Castleshaw offers hostel-style accommodation for groups of up to 38 people in 9 bedrooms in a beautiful location on the edge of the Pennine Hills. We are close to the Pennine Bridleway, a mile from the Peak District National Park but only 14 miles from Manchester City centre. The dramatic landscape of the Peak District National Park and South Pennines provide the perfect backdrop for visitors to enjoy their stay.
The picturesque village of Delph is 20 minutes' walk away with shops, cafes, fish and chip shop, restaurants and a range of pubs, several of which also serve food. Uppermill (the largest of the Saddleworth villages) is a 10 minute drive away with numerous gift and craft shops, restaurants, tearooms and pubs. Enjoy a canal boat cruise aboard The Pennine Moonraker through breath taking countryside.
The centre has been extensively upgraded over the last 10 years and now has excellent facilities, with improved lounge, cloakrooms, dining area, kitchen, bedrooms and bathrooms.
Accommodation is for up to 38 people in 9 rooms sleeping 2 - 6 (some en-suite)
Wheelchair accessible ground floor, including bedroom and bathroom areas
Lounge area with TV, DVD, Wi-Fi, data projector and "cinema screen"
Kitchen suitable for self-catering use
Classroom facilities (including data projectors and an interactive whiteboard)
Animal / Nature areas
The minimum booking is 17 persons. If you have less people than this in your group you pay a supplement based on the lowest relevant overnight tariff.
A 2 night self-catering stay costs £34.20 for an adult (18+), £24.80 for a junior (12-17) and £21.70 for a child (11 and below). All prices include VAT
Number of Rooms/Units 38
Price per two nights - Adults - £34.20 per person (room only)
Price per two nights - Junior 12-17 yrs - £24.80 per person (room only)
Price per two nights - Junior aged 11 and below - £21.70 per person (room only)
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&B's and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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