No kitchen even though it says it has one.. The stay started with an argument as we had cancelled our first night (with plenty of notice) but he said we still had to pay. In the end we didn't but not the best way to start. It did improve and it was a great location for the new part of town. A bit of a trek to the blue mosque but you can get the tram from the bottom of the road. The walk is good you can go through lots of different areas of town Don't get your washing done it comes back smelly
You must do the special tour it's brilliant.. Also try the manti it's yummie
Near the beach but 40min walk to the town
Book the private but they gave our room away so moved us into the 10bed dorm... Technically was private as no one else had booked in. The room is crammed with beds so don't even expect to put your backpack on the floor. The double with private bathroom doesn't exists you share with the dorm. It is very clean thou and the guy did gave us a refund on the first nights room change
Good hostel but poor lazy staff.
This is a home away from home... It's brilliant...don't forget to do the Bata's special tour... If your not there on the right day stay an extra night. We loved this place
Great location... It's just a very smelly hostel
The sisters that run this place are brilliant. It is by far the cleanest place i have ever stayed. Great location.
This is a brilliant place to stay. Its a great location and the lady that runs the guesthouse is lovely, very helpful. Highly recommend
The is a slight kitchen. One of the staff members was great one was very lazy.
There is no kitchen during off peak. Very smelly rooms and loos but the rooms are a really good size. Im not sure if i would recommend this hostel. Next time i would spend a bit extra as there are some great hostels in this town.
Great hostel, brilliant staff sometimes hard to find but he is always around so where. Great kitchen. Hard to find as it looks a little like a house so you can easily walk past.
Free breakfast and great location. Very helpful staff but smelly loos