pretty good hostel. big beds (but small rooms), ham & cheese with fresh buns on the breakfast, clean showers. our stay was nice except loud neighbours, but it's not a problem of a hostel.
very, very, very good hostel. amazing breakfast with hot bread, different sausages, eggs, fruits, coffee (from a coffee machine!!)..perfect! exactly what i need in the morning. we lived in B building in 6 persons room. very clean, quite big and very bright. They have even own (with their logo) bed linen (!).. i lived in maybe 10 hostels in dublin, berlin, london, budapest, hong kong, amsterdam, stockholm.. and it's one of the best to be honest.
main things: cosiness, nice staff, free computers with internet. it's so small, that you feel like at home. it's nice. all people there seem to be your neighbours..i didn't feel it in big hostels. very clean, btw. a staff guy returned us a price for a bed, because we didn't use it on second day of our stay (but it was payed) . i was surprised :) breakfast is very standard..so..nothing special unfortunately
for me the most important part is a good sleep & a breakfast. and i had wonderful sleep there. even in January there were opened windows, but the blankets were so warm, that it was amazing..fresh air...mmm) breakfast was good. classic (toasts,jam, cereals, tea,coffee+milk) PLUS eggs, yoghurt and tinned fruits.. +don't worry that it's temple bar..just use earplugs. i didn't hear anything.
i had a very small room. the breakfast was also not perfect. I'm comparing with some hostels in Munich and Berlin..but i guess, it's smth completely different. But in this hostel is a very nice kitchen with all you need. So you can buy smth and cook or warm it there. Once again. I can see that this hostel is high rated here, and it was my first stay in UK..but with german hostels i got used to smth more for such huge amount of money :)
without any problems. price is (i think) good