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This is a great choice if you're riding the C&O past Harper's Ferry. Laurel was very helpful to me; she had a hose to give my bike a shower, and a locked shed in the back to keep the bike safe. The hostel was clean...More
Had a great stay. It was clean and well run. Nice waffle breakfast. It was quiet in the hostel, was laid out well with adequate number of rest rooms. The owner and manager was very helpful and a very nice. Great place to stay, Close...More
As an avid traveler & thru hiker of the AT - I must say this is one of the cleanest & well equipped hostels I have stayed. Laurel was very welcoming & the waffle breakfast was a great start to our day hike. Highly recommend....More
My sister and I found Laurel to be very unaccomodating and grouchy. We were there early in the season and the place needs a deep cleaning. She asked us why we didn't call first to say we're getting in late. What are you? My mother?!...More
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Response from Teahorse_Hostel, Owner at Teahorse HostelResponded 25 April 2015
We always welcome walk-ins if bunks are available. The trouble with your arrival is that you skipped the step of registering and paying and went straight into the hostel.
Guests are welcome to come after 9 pm and those who do usually let me know...More
A nice, tidy hostel. Two separate bunkrooms with bunk beds, and waffle breakfast is included! The kitchen is also available to guests all day, and is well-stocked with cookware (BYO food). Laurel also has a good stock of maps, brochures, and books in case you...More