Stayed here in July 2012 with my wife and four month old son. This was a GREAT place to stay! This hostel is a converted beautiful old house.
Things we loved:
- Location, location, location. It's on the edge of town (parking lot around the corner), but on the main drag through town (for easy walking). Heck, it's only a few doors down from the Smithwicks Factory (sadly closing very soon)!
- We had a room meant for several people to ourselves, which was a bit pricier (but still quite decent) but meant the baby didn't bother anyone. The room was a very good size with a nice breeze (and decent street view) from the window. Beds were plenty comfortable.
- Very nice staff.
- Great kitchen that we used to make ourselves dinner to save some money.
- The house itself is a beautiful old home.
- Bathroom across the hall. To be expected in most hostels, but just something to be aware of.
- If driving, parking is a short walk around the corner. I wouldn't have wanted to drive through the center of town anyway, it was much nicer to walk.More
- Free Parking