• Safe were friendly and helpful. They let us in to the hostel well before check in as our ferry had arrived at 930am
• The Wifi is really good even in the rooms downstairs
• The beds were comfortable – but the pillows need replacing!!
• Place was clean and tidy – they make you take your shoes off and you can wear the slippers provided.
• Good value for money we paid £74 for two nights
• Breakfast is good – pancakes, cereal, coffee
• It’s not a party hostel
• Good self-cooking facilities
• It’s really close to everything and within easy walking distance to all the attractions.
• Place is listed as a bed and breakfast – it’s not it’s a hostel. B & B’s have bathrooms in each room normally and full cooked breakfasts.
• The heating was on consistently and didn’t need to be – it was really warm over Easter.
• The room over looked the drive way and we were woken one morning with the rubbish men moving the bulk bin
• There is three showers and two loos – and one of the loos had a leak which has been there several months (I looked back at reviews)
• Rooms 3 & 4 are not the best double and twin rooms – 3 is by the front door which has a noisy door bell and 4 is kinda by the front door and noisy drive way (at times – not always)
• You can hear the noisy clubs if they were open quite easily
• The place is open 24/7 and it doesn’t need to be – it’s not a busy hostel/
I would recommend this place to travellers that want that one step up from a hostel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With only 7 private rooms we are cozy, central, and full of character. The hostel occupies a house that is over 600 years old, and you walk out of the door into the centre of the Old Town. Newly renovated, we have a large common area with sociable balcony and BBQ grill for everyone to chill out. Free laundry, Free towels, Free WIFI, Free computer in lobby, Free filter coffee and tea, Free BBQ grill on terrace. Bikes to hire, Large rooms, Comfortable beds (no dorms or bunks), 3 separate toilets. The Knight House is in a UNESCO listed historic monument next to the Town Hall Square and the location is unique. The building is the former residence of the Knights of the Livonian order who ruled Tallinn in the 13th Century, also known as the Teutonic Brothers of the Sword. In the next door building is the former mint and medieval prison for Tallinn. We are directly beneath the Danish Garden, where legend has it the Danish Flag first fell to earth. ... more less
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