Aug 28, 2019 - 8:52 PM
in reply to Yeatesp
We were supplied with towels at the start of our three days they were the size of a tea towel and very thin I asked for another one at no extra cost. The rooms come with a sheet, pillows, Doona's and covers everything you need, you just have to make the bed up when you arrive, it's all self serve. buts that's ok if it keeps the price down.
They do a breakfast tray, I saw a family order it, looked like a tray of OJ, croissant, yoghurt & tea or coffee. I don't know how much it cost, but if it were me the co-op is 6 min walk down the hill, we bought bacon, eggs, fruit, baked beans and bread and cooked our own in the wonderful kitchen. We even bought supplies to make our lunches which we took on our daily journeys. The kitchen comes fully equipped with all pots pans dishes cups sauces cutlery toaster, kettle etc. they do not provide free coffee or tea but I bought my teabags / coffee bags from home,
There are plenty of separate bathrooms and toilets for the rooms in each building. They are immaculate ours all looked like they had recently been remodelled, immaculately clean and looked brand new, we never had to wait once for the shower to be free and the rooms were all full.
Perhaps send them a message with your many questions they would be only too happy to assist as were very helpful staff. It rates very high on Booking.com too for a hostel.
Good luck with your trip, we absolutely loved ours.