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Wouldn't visit this place again. The area is nice if you're interested in visiting a small Californian town but apart from that theres not a lot going on.
Things we didn't like:
-Room didn't feel safe
- key was option which didn't bode well
This hostel is a cosy house with a big table by the kitchen area and an nice common room. It is however fairly run down and quite messy. Also not the cleanest I've ever been to...
Staff member Julian was super friendly and helpful beyond...More
The location of this hostel is 2 blocks from the Amtrak station, which is a plus for us traveling on the Coast Starlight train from Los Angeles Union Station, (but that trip is a different review.) There are 28 beds available, and we select the...More
We stayed here on our trip down the PCH. Can't say enough about how terrible this place is. The only two places below this on our experience was a hotel in Quito Ecuador with scorpions running across the floor and a hotel in Quebec that...More
Friendly staff, very helpful. Comfortable mattress, slept like a baby. This is not a hotel, more like staying at a friends house. Met some nice, interesting people. Will definitely be staying in Hostels in the future.
US$ 36 - US$ 83 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Do you still have the Audubon society bird calls wall clock in the kitchen? Where can I order one from? All the best to you and the hostel, I stayed there for a week in Nov 2010 and still correspond with Orion! Christine, cape town
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"Chumash has an adjoining bath. Terrace is small and romantic. Morro has a treehouse feel."