Auberge de Jeunesse de Morlaix Reviews
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This hostel is about a five-minute walk from the Morlaix town center and its massive viaduct. To get there from the train station you can walk (maybe 20 minutes); there is also a bus stop next to the hostel. Breakfast is included and there is a table tennis table in the main room. The hostel was not crowded: I had a five-bed dorm all to myself for two nights! It would be nice if check-in was open for longer hours; I was worried about arriving too late and finding it closed.
The hostel is slightly outside of the town. Fortunately the town is not huge, and climbing up to the hill is not needed. Without french knowledge it is bit of a challenge to get around. With a group probably we could have enjoyed the decent salon. In March there weren't a lot of people and vibrant community life in the hostel, so making new friends was rather impossible.