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First of all, this place is pretty hard to find as the entrance is located in a courtyard away from the street. Luckily, I had a committee of about 4 older folks on my bus all offering me advice on the best way to get...More
Really comfortable, inexpensive and friendly. Does what it says on the tin! Perfect breakfast, basic facilities to do own food and a fridge to keep food in. Room very comfortable. Absolutely no complaints. Great. Sorry not able to upload photos.
With 4 friends we got two bunk beds. Room was clean and fresh with sink and wardrobe. We were located near the front on the first floor so a little noise outside at night but didn't keep us up. Room was reasonable size for price,...More
Visited YMCA again and was as good as last time. Big room for one person and could make a cup of tea in the kitchen and breakfast was good. I had a good sleep and found bed fine and would recommend it as a cheap...More
It's was fine!First ever visit to a
YMCA .Paid £25 to stay in a triple room .I got the bunk bed .Bed comfy,sheets clean .Toilets were well maintained and clean.
Basic breakfast of tea/coffee/toast/cereal etc.Strange smell and not enough power sockets in room .
$31 - $75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
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parking is horrendous in Bath and suggest that if you are coming to Bath you would be better off coming by coach or train and both the train and the bus stations are next to each other and are in central Bath - most places... More
parking is horrendous in Bath and suggest that if you are coming to Bath you would be better off coming by coach or train and both the train and the bus stations are next to each other and are in central Bath - most places that you want to see in Bath are within walking distance and the YMCA is less than 10 minute walk from the train station - most car parking is also expensive
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"I think rooms the first floor are better since they might have Wifi from the lounge"