Welcome to Cape Cod and the Islands! HI-USA has 5 wonderful locations so you can choose your adventure and
explore all that Cape and Islands have to offer. From historic landmarks to breathtaking beachfront and ocean views.
For more information, or to make a reservation at any of the Cape and Island hostel click on your destination.
Originally a Coast Guard station, Hostelling International Truro is the furthest hostel out on the "arm" of Cape Cod. Located in the Cape Cod National Seashore, the hostel is just a five-minute walk from the beach. Large picture windows provide a breathtaking view from the spacious kitchen and dining area. The hostel also provides quick access to fresh water ponds, bike paths, cranberry bogs, and…
There is plenty of untouched nature and a wealth of history to discover on Nantucket Island. The hostel, complete with cupola, was built as a lifesaving station in 1873. The hostel, listed on the National Register of Historic Places,is across the street from Surfside Beach.
Don't miss the Whaling Museum to learn about the island's fascinating past.
Martha's Vineyard is an island with a rich history of relaxation and outdoor activities ranging from beautiful public beaches, bicycle paths and art galleries to chartered fishing trips, kayak adventures and farm visits. Attractions such as the Aquinnah Clay Cliffs, Chappaquiddick island, Menemsha fishing village and Oak Bluffs gingerbread houses are easily accessible.
At HI-Hyannis, you don't have to go far to find the best Cape Cod lodging has to offer! Cruise Hyannis Harbor on an 1886 Crosby catboat replica or explore Lewis Bay by foot, kayak or windsurfer. This Massachusetts hostel is also within walking distance of the ferry, which can take you to Nantucket
Surrounded by three acres of wooded land in a quiet rural area, the newly renovated cabins of this charming Massachusetts hostel are only a short distance from the wide, white sandy beaches of Cape Cod. Lodging at this youth hostel includes 46 beds.