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cheap hotel

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a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers

inexpensive supervised lodging (especially for youths on bicycling trips)

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Dyfed Jones-Owen, who runs Treks Bunkhouse, said: "The clubhouse is an ideal base for people to enjoy the natural beauty and unique scenery of Snowdonia National Park.
And it's not all about the work - working holiday volunteers stay at the Cragside Bunkhouse, located in the very heart of the estate next to the visitor centre, with full access to the grounds, after all of the other visitors have gone home.
Community bunkhouse manager Jed Cossar said: "Thanks to a huge amount of hard work by directors and staff of the Isle of Rum Community Trust, Rum Enterprise and other community members pulling together, the vision of a communityrun bunkhouse has come to fruition.
Lumley Fee is a luxury bunkhouse, boasting five en-suite bedrooms sleeping up to four guests each.
The owners of the Bunkhouse, Jessica Alloway and Jason Frayne, are also behind the latest hostel.
When designing bunkhouses, drywall is not a recommended material.
SLEEP IN: Exmoor Bunkhouse, a converted barn on the Watersmeet Estate in North Devon, a mile from Lynton and Lynmouth and a few steps away from the nearest pub.
Although bookings through Montana Bunkhouse have fallen off significantly in the troubled economy, Searle sees encouraging signs for future growth, including the interactive map and a TV segment about the Padlock Ranch, which should air this winter, on "America's Heartland," a weekly public television program.
THE article about the Bunkhouse Country and Western Club in Guisborough brought back many happy memories for Ian Edwards, of Hartlepool.
Eighteen-year-old Eagle Scout and staff member Thomas White dug through what remained of a collapsed fireplace to uncover victims in the bunkhouse where many Scouts sought shelter.
It's almost time when cow dogs pace from house to barn to bunkhouse, house to barn to bunkhouse.
The bunkhouse is the first step because then the volunteers can come and help us.
A black velvet desert sky, shades of love, and naked guitar strums feature prominently on singer-songwriter Amy Cook's third CD, The Bunkhouse Recordings.
Cool, I know Mike Venturino, the gunwriter, is also the author of several books I bought and had signed by him, who I have shared the bunkhouse with, shot with and is a fellow instructor at Thunder Ranch with me.
A keen mountaineer and walker, he had built a bunkhouse at his cottage, at Shittlington Crag on the Pennine Way, for walkers following the route to stop over.