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Selecting Your Room

Booking accommodation can be a little tricky at times due to the terms used. Terms like ‘Double’ and ‘Twin’ can get confusing. Both mean a room for two people, but which one means that the occupants will have a bed each to themselves, and which means that the occupants will just have one bed to share?

So what are the different types of rooms that you can book on your hiking holiday? The room name is usually based on the number of beds in the room and the number of people staying in the room. See our handy guide below to help you determine which type of accommodation you need to select for your booking.

 

 

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Single Room

You must select this option if you are walking alone. A single supplement charge will apply.

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Double Room

Choose this option if you wish to share one large bed between two people.

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Twin Room

Choose this option if you are two people and wish to have two separate beds in one room.

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Triple Room

Choose this option if you are three people and wish to have three separate beds in one room.

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Family Room

Choose this option if you are three people and wish to share two separate beds (one large, one small).