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The Notch Hostel, North Woodstock, NH
Located in North Woodstock, New Hampshire, the Notch Hostel is an 1890 farmhouse that Justin and Serena Walsh, a young couple from Massachusetts, purchased and converted into a 30-guest hostel in 2015. We have four shared rooms and two private rooms, as well as guest kitchens and hang-out areas. We are located along the Appalachian Trail (AT) and provide shuttle, laundry, and other special services for guests who are travelling on foot or two wheels. We’re open year-round, except for a few weeks during April and November.
We provide a clean and comfy basecamp for White Mountain adventures. The fire pit is a nightly event in the summer, and the winter crowd gathers around the fireplace to share stories from the day. We were honored to be voted #5 on Hiker’s Choice for favorite AT hostels in 2017 and have hosted many long-distance cyclists as well.
The Rattle River Hostel, Shelburne, NH
Voted #3 on the same Hiker’s Choice list, our cozy hostel is located right on the Appalachian Trail in Shelburne, New Hampshire. Now open year-round, our hostel also specializes in catering to long-distance travelers, whether on foot or bicycle.
We offer a variety of ice cream treats, frozen pizzas, and sodas. New in 2017 is a 500-sq. ft. two-level bunkhouse, complete with a kitchenette and bathroom. Before you leave, don’t forget to fuel up on our free breakfast!
The White Mountains Hostel, Conway, NH
Right by Mt. Washington in Conway, New Hampshire, our hostel is another perfect basecamp for outdoor adventurers year-round. Tim and Samara have been running the hostel for three years and enjoy hosting people from around the world.
Our hostel can sleep up to 49 guests in our four bunk rooms and eight private rooms, and we offer a large communal kitchen space. Our recent renovations have made the hostel cozier than ever.