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We stayed for 3 nights and enjoyed it. Kevin, the owner of the hostal from the US, was fantastic. The most amazing effort to make sure we had all the information we need and very attentive. Great to have kitchen facilities, aircon and fridge in...More
It's a very clean room, a bed is comfortable, and service is excellent. Also, Kevin (owner) helps to decide where to visit on the island, which restaurant to go. It's a bit far from the main street but a taxi is one dollar so it's...More
First of all, Kevin is an excellent host at GBHS. He gives you tour of town and suggestions for places to eat and travel agents for excursions and also arranged for taxi to canal our day of checking out. Rooms clean and comfortable with hot...More
Had a most pleasant experience staying at GBHS. Nice rooms, reasonable rates, clean bathrooms and hot water in showers. Excellent value / quality so far. Kevin (the manager) is a great bloke to help, he saved us lots of time and hassle by taking on...More
It's a great place to stay! The owner is very kind and will help you with anything you might need! Despite being a little far from town, a cab will take you there for $1, so it's no big deal at all and it's a...More
US$38 - US$76 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from oconnelldaniel81 | Reviewed this property |
In order to do a day trip, to an uninhabited island you need to book a tour with a registered tour company.
To go to the other inhabited islands, you just need to buy a ferry ticket for $25.
Day tours can run upwards of $100
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"from the ones upstairs you can see the sunset sky and the town"