Dundee Backpackers Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDundee Backpackers Hostel
Located on High Street in the heart of Dundee. Great location and they are near the bus stop and train station and next to shopping and eateries.
Rooms are comfortable but the walls are thin and we can hear drunk backpackers yelling down the hall.
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