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This Hostel has wonderful facilities and the staff are very friendly and helpful. Our private room was really clean and comfortable. Free parking outside on the main street was a bonus for us. Highly recommended if your visiting Launceston.
Very friendly staff but old and noisy building. Beds also old and noisy. Only two firepits in the kitchen so don’t cook during peakhours, we had to wait for half an hour untill there was a firepit available.
Most of the reviews here mention how beautiful the building is. This is undeniable. Parts of Tasmania seem like the typical travellers image of Australia, with its lean, green plains and crisp, quiet air, and the hostel fitted into this aesthetic perfectly. But there was...More
This charming little hostel, filled with larger than life characters, will please the whole gang. This is a delightful woodland stop with many great times had. Clean rooms, clean beds, with staff catering to your every whim. Bon Appetit!
We had a large group of mostly young people participating in a sports event so we booked the whole hostel for the weekend. Pete and Tegan couldn't have been more accommodating. Hostel itself is heritage-listed and is certainly quaint and full of character but the...More
Hi, we stayed here about a year ago. Probs not the best neighbourhood to leave your bikes unattended. Not necessarily a 'dnagerous' area, just not somewhere I would leave my car unlocked with my back turned! lol In fact... More
Hi, we stayed here about a year ago. Probs not the best neighbourhood to leave your bikes unattended. Not necessarily a 'dnagerous' area, just not somewhere I would leave my car unlocked with my back turned! lol In fact the guy at reception told another guest (travelling on a motorcycle) not to leave his bike on the street but to park in the driveway!
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"I believe they charge for extra blankets in peak season so bring your sleeping bag!"