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Quick descriptionHI-Cabot Trail Hostel offers accommodation in Pleasant Bay.
This hostel has a 10 bed co-ed dormitory and 3 private rooms. Guests have access to shared bathroom facilities.
There is a shared kitchen at the property.
The area is popular for cycling, hiking, kayaking, whale watching, wildlife and beaches.
Important informationPlease note, Hostelling International (HI) membership cards must be presented at check-in. Non-members of Hostelling International (HI) must pay an additional fee. Please contact the property for further details.
Children aged 12 and under are not permitted to sleep in a dormitory. They must be booked into a private room with their parent or guardian.
Hotel type: Hostel
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