Durrell Wildlife Hostel probably offers the best value for money accommodation on the island, considering that free entry to the Wildlife Conservation Park is included in the overall price.
The hostel is set in the traditional farmhouse belonging to the park, a lovely restored building full of charm and character.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Park is considered as one of the hot-spots for work on endangered species and is definitely a must-see whilst in Jersey.
Durrell Wildlife Hostel is part of the YHA (Youth Hostel Association).
From £20 per person per night
Single, Twin and Triple rooms are available.
Family rooms can sleep four or six.
There are male-only and female-only dormitories, sleeping six.
Both are on-site and offer a wide range of food from cakes to sit-down meals and take-away service.
The Durrell Wildlife Park is located in Trinity in the north of Jersey. Trinity is a rural parish and the hostel is within a few minutes’ walk of the rugged north coast and the cliff paths.
St Helier is only 15 minutes’ drive away.
Check in between 2 pm - 7 pm.
Check out 10 am.