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Denmark YHA

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Reviews (236 guests have reviewed this hostel)
Mark is a great host who goes all out to provide his guests with a great stay
100%
Eileen S 20/05/2021
Loved it
98%
Clive S 18/04/2021
Very clean kitchen - happily able to cook a meal and enjoy it. Rooms are spacious and comfy. Noticed most of the guests were older people (50s/60s) so not much atmosphere if you want to enjoy a drink and socialise.
85%
Chloe B 10/04/2021
Lovely quaint hostel which caters well for Bibb track hikers! Thanks for having us
92%
Elise M 02/04/2021
Security is below average. People can come and go as they please through the front door without a security code at any time. There is a pin code to the rooms but I’m not sure how often these are changed. Location is excellent. Walking distance to the town area. Facilities in this hostel are pretty basic and look run down compared to other hostels I’ve stayed at. Customer service could definitely be improved. Overall, a decent stay but I wouldn’t be raving about going back soon.
65%
Michelle V 05/03/2021
Lovely homely place, well positioned in town, heaps of info available about the surrounding area.
95%
Liz B 25/01/2021
Everything was perfect.
100%
Anonymous L 19/01/2021
Very clean. Very friendly. In town, close to shops. Lots of common space.
100%
Tom B 09/03/2020
One of the best hostels I've ever stayed in. Sadly we were only there one night, the Staff and other guests made is feel very welcome from the minute we stepped in. It was clean and tidy and the beds were very comfortable, I slept so well. Looking forward to staying again!
98%
Simon B 01/03/2020
Quiet restful small hostel. Comfortable and in a good location.
100%
Kathryn m 13/01/2020

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91%
Average Customer Rating
Cleanliness
90%
Condition of facilities
90%
Efficiency of service
91%
Friendliness of staff
91%
Location
96%
Overall atmosphere
92%
Safety & Security
89%
Value for Money
92%
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