5 of the best youth hostels in West Wales West Wales is one of the UK's most scenic places to visit during the spring and summer months. Take a look at our guide to the top YHA hostels in the region for a hassle-free UK break this year. A Broad Haven Broad Haven Youth Hostel, Pembrokeshire by Youth Hostel Association Just minutes from the closest beach, Broad Haven is ideal for activity holidays, with opportunities for surfing, scuba diving and even sea kayaking nearby. The hostel is close to St Brides Bay, which offers great tuition for those looking to try out new water sports, while coastal footpaths and cycle paths lead to neighbouring villages and towns. B Poppit Sands Poppit Sands Youth Hostel, Cardigan Bay by Youth Hostel Association Perfect for nature lovers, Poppit Sands allows you to discover the wildlife of the beautiful Cardigan coast, where bottlenose dolphins and even seals are known to appear throughout the summer months. The accommodation is set in five acres of countryside stretching down to the sandy shoreline, making it perfect for family breaks. C Port Eynon Port Eynon Youth Hostel, Gower by Travels with a dog and a Camera Once a lifeboat station, Port Eynon offers a traditional beach holiday with breathtaking scenery and plenty to explore for a peaceful break away. The surrounding Gower Peninsula, in which the hotel is situated, is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB); with Afan Forest and an award-winning beach within walking distance, it's easy to see why. D Manorbier Manorbier Youth Hostel, Tenby, Pembrokeshire by Youth Hostel Association Set on a cliff-top next to the popular Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, the Manorbier hostel promises stunning ocean views and plenty of nearby beaches to explore. It's also close to a number of local attractions including Manorbier Castle, Oakwood theme park, and some impressive looking former Ministry of Defence buildings! E Pwll Deri Pwll Deri Youth Hostel, Pembrokeshire If you're looking for a quiet escape, Pwll Deri is ideal, set in a remote location with beautiful views over the coastal bay, and charming cottage accommodation to return to after a day of exploring the Pembrokeshire footpaths. Visit Strumble Head for excellent views and perfect sunsets, or discover Garnfawr, a National Trust archaeology area, just a short walk away.Search for hostels in West Wales. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Faith in West Wales Your guide to some fantastic places of faith to enjoy across West Wales. Summer in the wild West Spring and summer are a great time to see the wildlife in West Wales. Accessible West Wales You’ll find attractions and accommodation that people of all abilities can enjoy all over the west. What are hostels? There's a Welsh hostel for every mood. Hostels are affordable; perfect for a cheap weekend break. Must do in Pembrokeshire Pembrokeshire is a magnet for walkers, nature lovers, foodies and families. Discover where to go. Active in Pembrokeshire Ten great adventures in Britain’s only Coastal National Park.