Bon Paul & Sharky's Hostel
Address816 Haywood Road AshevilleSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
In the hip West Asheville residential neighborhood, this cottage has a friendly college-dorm vibe and sweet amenities including foosball, communal bikes and backyard tent space.
Our independent authors have visited Bon Paul & Sharky's Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Asheville.
Description provided by property
Check in is 11am-2pm and 6pm-10pm
Free continental breakfast everyday to get your day going!
Built by travelers for travelers, here you will find a place to call home for a few days while relaxing, having fun, and interacting with other travelers. A break from your adventure, and yet still adventure in itself.
Easy walk to pubs, cafes, bakery, thrift shop, record store, bars, shops, music, laundry, library and post.
This is the place to stay to meet and connect. Relax on our back deck and watch the sun set with beautiful views. We have a great front porch for relaxin' southern style and a big back deck too. Enjoy your own cold beverage on either one! The hostel is close to the action, but quiet enough that you can relax:)
Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can tell you about all the great places to hike and check out in town.
Included in the nightly rate are: High Speed Wireless Internet, free off-street parking, bikes to borrow, breakfast and linen.
We now welcome hostelers with dogs. They are only allowed in private rooms or camping, both for an additional $12/night.
Check out is by 11
Check in is 11am-2pm and 6pm-10pm.
No Curfew- No Lock out
All children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent. ID is required when checking in.
YOU MUST CANCEL PRIOR TO 3 DAYS IN ADVANCE OF YOUR FIRST NIGHTS STAY TO AVOID BEING CHARGED
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Common Room
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
- Hot Tub
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Tours/Travel Desk
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