Bunkhouses, camping barns, and bunk barns are like rural hostels in the U.K.
Think of a bunkhouse or camping barn as a kind of rural hostel.
Lodging is mostly in shared bunk rooms, with a shared bathroom somwhere nearby.
Most are in the countryside, but some are in villages, often converted from old schools or deconsecrated churches.
Some offer simple breakfasts; many have self-catering facilities (a shared kitchen).
Camping barns and bunkhouses tend to run around £10–£30 per person, per night.
Some have private and semi-private rooms for £40–£80.
There are also bare-bones, free structures similar to small camping barns called bothies.
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