Apart from not having a lockable space to keep our valuables, this hostel was all we could ask for! The staff were very helpful and we wanted for nothing. Oh, and the coffee tasted nothing like coffee should ever taste like (at least I think it was meant to be coffee). The terrace was a really awesome place to chill with other travellers and smoke some sheesha. Highly recommend this hostel!
This hostel was very hard to find, but we asked a local café owner to call and we were collected from there. I would not recommend this hostel for a big group of travellers, but definitely to a small group of 2 or 3, and I think it would be lovely for couples. It's small and very homely as it's run by a family, so don't expect to have a great social group hanging out on the terrace. Having said this, it's a great hostel to wind down and chill. The hosts (staff) were really accommodating.
It was a shame that when we were staying at this hostel that they had works going on up on the roof terrace, so it was not available. That left the courtyard as a chilling space, and it wasn't great. The beds in our room were of poor quality as in the first day 2 of them broke (we weren't messing about, just poor quality furniture). The staff were good enough to not charge us for the breakages, but they did accuse us of being a bunch of reckless idiots. Not great.
This hostel would be great for groups of 2 or 3 people as they only have small rooms, but saying that we had a great time here (as a group of 5). The staff are English and provide beer at a reasonable 30 Dirhams a bottle, which is probably the only beer you'll get in Chefchaouen, unless you bring it with you. There are only 2 bathrooms.