I walked in without any prior knowledge and liked it, so I stayed four nights. I was trying to ride the C & O and the Great Allegheny Passage to Pittsburgh, but had mechanical issues. This place is geared to the AT traffic, but fine for a cyclist. Completely outfitted for…
Great stay at a great price. Clean, friendly owner, close to good restaurants and great waffles. Easy to resupply at a very good price. Mountain House meals at $6.99! Comfortable bunks, owner fixes breakfast. Would come back next time in town.
I don’t give out 5 stars without good reason. This is one of the cleanest, most mindfully provided, best values of all the hostels along the Appalachian Trail which I encountered. Top 2 or 3 without a doubt. I have stayed here two times, once August ‘17 on first leg of GA -…
Had a nice stay. We hiked UP to the hostel from the C&O Canal, and after 17 miles it was a tough climb up to the address. The got us checked in and gave us a piece of soap (receipt was emailed) and helped me with USB plug adapter for the wall. We found our bunks and got…
This hostel was great! Clean friendly and accommodating staff. The breakfast in the morning (waffles) was great and there was plenty of food available. Beds were comfortable and showers were clean. Would recommend to anyone traveling in the area.
"If a bottom bunk is available, you can request during reservation."
"one of the rooms only has four beds so if you have a party of four, you can get a little privacy by requesting that one"
"All were good"
"Get there early if it is a busy weekend... and try to get a bottom bunk. Earplugs available if someone is snoring."
"one four-bed bunk room and one ten-bed bunk room. nice courtesy between those staying to keep quiet once people start going to bed. many were going to bed quite early as they were hiking or cycling."