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In a renovated 19th-century dry cleaning and textile-dye factory, this funky hostel combines its former industrial identity with recycled furniture and an eco-friendly atmosphere. There’s a choice of beautifully designed self-catering apartments, private rooms with en suite bathrooms, and dorms with bunks built from chipboard. There’s also a bar which hosts concerts and art events, a sunny garden with outdoor seating (a favorite meeting place for local architecture students), and a fully equipped kitchen. The hostel is just a 5-minute walk west of the main square.