Stay at an in-town Hyannis, Massachusetts hostel, or choose one near our gorgeous National Seashore beaches on the outer shores of Cape Cod.
These hostels will give you a comfortable, safe and friendly place to stay ... leaving more of your vacation budget for fun!
There are four hostels on Cape Cod, one in the Mid-Cape Cod region and the other three on Outer Cape Cod.
Each hostel is open seasonally only, from June to September.
111 Ocean Street
Open: Late May to early October
The Angeline Crocker Hinckley Hostel (HI-Hyannis Hostel) is Cape Cod's newest hostel. It opened in July 2010.
Conveniently located just across the street from Hyannis Harbor and ferry piers, this Hyannis Massachusetts hostel is a great choice for travelers on a limited budget. The hostel offers dorm-style accommodations as well as a private room with two beds.
In its first year of operation, HI-Hyannis Hostel was named by Hostelling International as the 2010 "Friendliest Hostel", and came in at runner-up for "Best Hostel in the World".
75 Goody Hallet Drive
Open: Mid-June to mid-September
Although this hostel is called the "Mid-Cape" AYH Hostel, it's actually located on the Outer Cape - in a secluded setting within biking distance of beautiful Rock Harbor on Cape Cod Bay and not far from a number of Atlantic Ocean beaches.
This Eastham MA hostel is a popular choice for cost-conscious travelers looking for clean, comfortable cabin-style accommodations.
111 North Pamet Road
Open: Mid-June to early September
For budget accommodations on the Cape Cod National Seashore, this Truro, Massachusetts hostel will give you a peaceful place to relax in an incredibly picturesque location. The big picture windows at this former Coast Guard station look out over the Truro dunes to the Atlantic Ocean beyond.
HI-Truro features lovely common areas and dorm-style accommodations at a very reasonable cost.
28 Winslow Street
Open: May through October
Guests at the Outermost Hostel bunk in small cabins, just a few blocks off Commercial Street - the hub of activity in Provincetown.
This hostel has received mixed reviews in the past few years. Some visitors find it to be a good, cheap place to grab a few winks after a night of partying in P-town. For others, it's a little too "no-frills" for their tastes.
Important: Lodging owners/management may change their rates, discounts, special offers, promotions, services, amenities, dates of operation, availability, etc. at any time, without prior notice, and without my knowledge. Be sure to confirm all details directly with the lodging provider before you make any travel plans!