Initially I got off to a bad start as the guy who checked me in was really rude, snapped at me to get my passport (which he then didnt look at) and seemed annoyed that u didnt know there and then which tours I wanted to do. I've stayed in lots of hostels and came across many staff who seem a bit fed up and would obviously like to be doing something else but none as rude as that guy. I dumped my bags and went for a walk, luckily when I returned the female owner was there and she couldn't have been lovelier. She'll help you plan buses, book trips etc.
I stayed in a four bedded room which consisted of 4 mattresses on the floor in a little attic. However it was comfy and warm with the blankets.
Place is very clean, toilets n showers r great.
Free tea coffee all day, good kitchen
Lots of rules and its lights out at 9:30, no good if you eat late or like a hit drink at night.
Brekkie was toast, jams and fruit. Guess they've stopped the pancakes. ;)More