Adhering to government guidance
For the foreseeable future, YHA London Lee Valley Lodge 3 will operate on an Exclusive Hire basis only. If you are interested in staying before 25th March 2021 for a purpose which you believe is within current government regulations, please contact us to discuss your requirements. Bookings after 26th March 2021 can be made online as normal.
It is your responsibility to ensure you are aware of the current government guidance on gatherings in self-catering accommodation. In making a booking with YHA (England & Wales) you are agreeing to adhere to the relevant government guidance that will apply at the time of your stay. Please bear in mind that the guidance may be different in England and Wales.
To find out more about our Covid-19 secure enhanced health and safety measures, please read our FAQs.
Please note: All prices are based on hiring the whole place per night.
We are situated in the Lee Valley Regional Park – a 10,000 acre rural retreat just outside of London where you can explore open green spaces and even take part in water sports like white water rafting.
What is great about YHA London Lee Valley Lodge 3?
Best of both worlds for city and countryside.
Just a 20-minute train journey to central London.
Wooden lodges for accommodation.
The self-catering kitchen contains a one five hob electric cooker, one fridge, one microwave, two kettles and a range of kitchen utensils, crockery, and cutlery for guests to use. Tea towels, bin bags, washing up liquid and soap are provided.
Dining room and lounge
The dining area can seat 20 People around 2 large tables in the kitchen area. There is a cosy TV lounge where guests can relax after a day’s exploring. Highchairs are also available.
Take the place for yourself.
For family, for friends, for running clubs, for walking groups, for hens, for stags, for you and yours.
YHA London Lee Valley Lodge 3 has 6 en-suite bedrooms, sleeping 20 guests.
All bedlinen is provided.
There are 6 washrooms throughout the hostel. Soap is available with every sink. Toilet paper is also provided.
There are miles of traffic-free cycling routes across Lee Valley Regional Park covering 10,000 acres in London, Essex and Hertfordshire. The views are great too!
Lee Valley White Water Centre is the place to be for unforgettable experiences, family fun and an adrenaline rush.
Enjoy a stroll through the country park and spot the local birds. Make sure to bring your binoculars.
Need to know
YHA London Lee Valley is situated in the Lee Valley Regional Park – where you can explore open green spaces and take part in water sports. Just a twenty minute train journey from central London, the hostel is within easy reach of the capital – perfect for sightseeing and city excursions to complement all of your activities.
We have a large car park that can fit 20 cars. Please be aware that it will not only be yourselves on site – please contact reception on 01992 628392 to enquire about car parking.
Leave the M25 at junction 25 and take the A10, follow the signs for Cheshunt railway station, follow brown tourism signs to the hostel.
YHA London Lee Valley Lodge 3 welcomes dogs! Add a dog to your booking at check out and bring your four-legged friend along with you.
At YHA London Lee Valley we strive to cater for everybody. In Lodge 3 unfortunately none of the bedrooms or bathrooms currently meets modern standards of accessibility. We have:
- Step-free access into hostel
- Accessible reception desk
- Portable induction loop
- Ground floor bedrooms
- En-suite bedrooms
Please view our access statement here.
Discounts on your stay
Why not take out YHA membership today to save £30 on your Exclusive Hire booking? Not only will you get a discount on bookings with YHA Exclusive Hire, but you’ll also get exclusive discounts every time you stay with YHA, high street shopping discounts, email newsletters and much, much more!
To get your £30 off discount code, simply log in to YHA.org.uk and go to the Member Benefits tab. Please note that YHA membership discount is only available when you book direct through YHA.