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All reviewssingle roombunk bedsgreat locationhour receptionbring earplugsplug socketscommunal areasyogurttrain stationa lot of noisebreakfast was includedyour luggagestayed here for two nightswould stay againcity centreno liftb bs
I stayed for a night in this hostel in a double room. The bedding was all brand new and the room was very clean and smelled fresh. I was very comfortable sleeping there and the staff is nice. I was woken up various times in...More
I stayed for one night in a single room while attending a conference. Room tired with some mould around the window but the bed was OK and the linen spotlessly clean, as was the bathroom. Sink in room, loos nearby. Very good value for Bath....More
Clean, reasonably priced, quiet, staff is pretty friendly and helpful, not the typical dirty hippie hostel I've stayed before. A bit far from the train station if you're carrying heavy bags, I'd recommend taking a taxi and paying 3-4 pounds.
The location is great it is walking distance to all attractions. The accomodation itself is average. Some levels in the dormitories only have unisex toilets and all the toilets were blocked by 10pm! The showers also only gave you a choice between scalding or freezing...More
The room is okay,nothing special (although they have a USB port which is the best thing international travelers can get). The staff were extremely friendly, which made everything better and breakfast was what you can expect with included meals in a hostel. They do have...More
parking is horrendous in Bath and suggest that if you are coming to Bath you would be better off coming by coach or train and both the train and the bus stations are next to each other and are in central Bath - most places... More
parking is horrendous in Bath and suggest that if you are coming to Bath you would be better off coming by coach or train and both the train and the bus stations are next to each other and are in central Bath - most places that you want to see in Bath are within walking distance and the YMCA is less than 10 minute walk from the train station - most car parking is also expensive
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"pick the higher floors if you don't mind the stairs, its probably quieter"