Moshi Green Hostels

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Set in a leafy area, 10 minutes walk from YMCA pool and 2 minutes from Mr Price supermarket Green Hostels in Moshi Tanzania is a bit out of town but quiet and green.

Rooms comfortable, with fan and very clean. Never worried about theft. You can eat great local food here- breakfast is basic bread and jam and fresh fruit but ok.

They have satellite TV. I stayed for two weeks and felt like one of the family!. I paid £10 anight- you can bargain from starting price which is a bit higher.

If you want to wash your own clothes they will give you a bucket but can get them washed for you for a small sum. The owner and cook speak good English Chris

The room was clean with a private bathroom. Please note that (at least for my room) there were only mosquito nets above the room door where you would normally expect a glass window, probably for ventilation purposes, so it might be a bit noisy, but I didn't mind.

Too bad I could only stay one night. Would gladly stay here again on a future visit to Moshi.

Overall a good stay.

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