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I have visited the Bull Dog hostel twice for a girls hen weekend. On both occasions, we had the two rooms of 8 opposite each other next to the roof terrace. The room is clean and tidy. In the room, there is a toilet and...More
Response from RobertBulldog, Front Office Manager at The Bulldog HotelResponded January 19, 2016
We are looking forward to that next getaway with the girls. Spring is right 'round the corner :)
Quite a decent backpacker hostel, staff was friendly, security 24/7, Breakfast provided in the morning. Soap & shampoo provided at the information desk. The locker was abit too small, each locker comes with one hanger. Hostel have very strict rules. Food & drinks are only...More
Even though the bathroom didn't have cold water, it was a pleasant experience. It was my first time sharing a bedroom with others, and I enjoyed the friendly environment. It's a great place if you're staying just a few days and want to socialise either...More
Revisit back to the hotel, staff great, rooms great, location great, have a brilliant time every time we visit, from the time you book in, to the time you book out the staff are very helpful, rooms are clean and I think the one we...More
We had the deluxe twin room with the canal view. Wasn't cheap, but I felt it was worth it. We had a pretty good sized room, and being high up with the canal view was great - lots to see out on the street. Not...More
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