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The Bath YMCA has two distinct experiences. If you get a bed in an unrefurbished room with the old style bunks, you come out thinking you would have gotten a better sleep on the lumpy cobblestone streets of Bath. However, if you get a newer...More
I recently stayed here for 2 nights and it was pretty average. The dorm rooms were quite cramped and there wasn't much space on each bunk. The bathroom was just down the hall with the sink. However, the bin in the bathroom was full and...More
Such a great location right in the middle of Bath! We found the rooms, bathrooms and dining room to be clean and tidy. The breakfast was great and we were able to eat our own food in the dining room in the evening. There were...More
I stayed with my sister and cousin in a private triple room (bathroom down the hall, but sink in the room). The room was basic, but good for the price. The location is great, tucked off a main road in a small courtyard. The free...More
I stayed there last weekend, l found good service than l expected. Perfect location and breakfast. We spent just 14 pound including breakdast..Recommend you to stay there. Everyone can go and have a rest during night
US$36 - US$71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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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"I think rooms the first floor are better since they might have Wifi from the lounge"