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All reviewsbunk bedssingle roomhour receptionbring earplugsplug socketsyogurttrain stationa lot of noiseyour luggagestayed here for two nightsconvenient locationcity centrewould stay againlocation is excellenttea coffeeno liftb bs
I was originally supposed to have stayed here for two nights but decided to extend as the location and room was fantastic. Breakfast was pretty much the standard cornflakes/fruit/tea/milk and coffee. Paid for a single room and it was alright for sleep quality but could...More
10 of us booked a Mixed Dorm to ourselves for a reunion and were exceptionally pleased with how it was offering cheap accommodation in the centre of Bath which looked pretty impossible at first!
The staff were really nice and accommodating to our group and...More
It's a little hard to rate hostels - obviously they're not meant to be luxury accommodation, but equally it's hard to give a high rating when the experience isn't so great.
The big plus of the YMCA was its location in Bath. We arrived late...More
We tried to get a break in Bath and once committed to the train fair and theatre tickets looked in horror at the prices for accommadation. Next time we would consider staying in Bristol and communting in each day. I'm glad we didn't though we...More
My sister and I spent two nights at the Bath International House. It was a pretty easy walk from the train station, pulling our suitcases behind us. (We were a bit surprised by the long narrow stone stairs from the sidewalk up to the building,...More
parking is horrendous in Bath and suggest that if you are coming to Bath you would be better off coming by coach or train and both the train and the bus stations are next to each other and are in central Bath - most places... More
parking is horrendous in Bath and suggest that if you are coming to Bath you would be better off coming by coach or train and both the train and the bus stations are next to each other and are in central Bath - most places that you want to see in Bath are within walking distance and the YMCA is less than 10 minute walk from the train station - most car parking is also expensive
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