mjames1744 I am a 62 year old man wo enjoys hostels and bunkhouses rather than bed and breakfast for the freedom of a kitchen, a reading room and of course the ability to meet people. I am recovering from heart problem and stopped driving so getting fit walking and seeing my coun the hostel was excellant, clean and tidy warm and welcoming although the reception times were a bit strange. the kitchen was well stocked for my purposes although the younger people girls might i say failed to wash their eating plates and pans and whilst the young lady american didnt seem bothered doing them it annoyed me to see them pile up. the value is outstanding £8.00 a night what i call a thiefs bargain, and perhaps too cheap. am interested in any other hostels that people would recommend a great two days
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