youth hostel

  1. inexpensive supervised lodging (especially for youths on bicycling trips)
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How To Use youth hostel In A Sentence

  • It had occurred to me that the youth hostellers had opened up an intriguing possibility. Times, Sunday Times
  • Buoyed by optimism, people opened youth hostels and cafés. Times, Sunday Times
  • My sojourn in the youth hostel was thankfully short.
  • I went youth hostelling in the Peak District.
  • On the edge of the town where I live, running between the Victorian park and the youth hostel and leading to a footbridge crossing the river, is an unassuming lane bordered by hedges.
  • Now plans have been unveiled by the Youth Hostel Association to convert part of the site into homes.
  • They all like youth hostelling. Times, Sunday Times
  • Where possible he had to stay in local youth hostels. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the latest evolution of youth hostels from the days of the draughty bunkhouse, England's biggest budget accommodation group is inviting farm B&Bs on to its books.
  • I went youth hostelling in the Peak District.
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