This place is a cheap backpackers hostel. As such, it works well. I stayed for two nights, in an upper bunk in a top floor dorm. There were a lot of stairs and a ladder, which was fine for me but is not for everyone. The other 5 people in my dorm were quiet and sensible (and sober). Luggage lay about the floor (as it does in such a place) and we all just respected each other's property. There were 3 showers and two toilets just outside on the corridor - all were clean and working, and there always seemed to be one free when I wanted one (possibly luck, possibly the times I tended to want them, possibly always like that). The furniture and fittings were old and worn, but that is normal for such a place.
I did not use the kitchen except for getting drinks of water. I can imagine it might get crowded at peak times.
The Wetherspoons round the corner is a good place for getting breakfast, at £3.50 - good value but still can be a big item for a budget traveller.
Overall, I liked my stay, it was a hostel of the sort I am used to, but I could see that it would just need a few drunken or lightfingered fellow guests to turn a nice stay into a nightmare (but that did not happen).More