Young birders cheap accommodation
YHA Launches Birdwatching GuideBIRD watchers can now pick up a new guide to all the best birding bases within YHA`s network of over 200 Youth Hostels ? and a 25per cent discount on YHA membership. From the South Lakes to Cornwall, Bird Watching With YHA has identified Youth Hostels to stay at and enjoy a rewarding and relaxing bird watching break. Whether it`s to see the thousands of seabirds that breed in the cliffs of the East Yorkshire coastline or to catch a glimpse of majestic red kites in the Welsh mountains, YHA`s unrivalled selection of beautiful and tranquil locations make it the ideal accommodation provider for the keen bird watcher, friends and family. [YHA is the biggest budget accommodation provider in England and Wales and aims to help all, especially young people of limited means, to a greater knowledge, love and care of the countryside, particularly by providing hostels or other simple accommodation for them in their travels, and thus to promote their health, rest and education. They are a charity, established in 1930 which operates 221 Youth Hostels throughout England and Wales and has over 300,000 members. Anyone can join YHA. Membership starts at ?6.75 for under 18`s and ?13.50 for adults.]Hearty breakfasts, picnic lunches and delicious evening meals ? all essential for a long day in the field ? are available at Youth Hostels. There are also self-catering kitchens and secure lockers available, offering guests both flexibility and peace of mind.For a limited period only, Bird Watching With YHA comes with a voucher for 25 per cent off the cost of a year`s YHA membership (currently ?13.50 for adults, full price). Among the many benefits a YHA membership card brings are entry to all nine Wildfowl and Wetland Trust visitor centres at the discounted group rate and the chance to try YHA`s own special bird watching breaks at Youth Hostels across England and Wales.To find out how to get your copy of the leaflet, contact YHA`s customer services team on Tel: 0870 770 8868 or go to their website at http://www.yha.org.uk or visit any Youth Hostel in England and Wales.
4th July 2014