Dina's guesthouse is, as it is named, simply the bottom floor of a lovely old lady called Dina's house. The beds are really nice, the first proper beds we had after a month of travelling, the location couldn't be more perfect, and there is even a little courtyard that we used for pre drinks before going out. Dina doesn't speak much English, but she is really nice, and put up with us making a fair bit of noise. She also offers to wash your clothes for about 1 euro per kilo. Free wifi also included. All around perfect place to stay for younger kids like me on a relatively tight budget, saving their money for more important things like pub crawls.
Only complaint is that it is hard to find! We arrived at 3am in the morning and wandered the streets without a map or wifi. Maybe the fact that it was dark and the streets were full of drunkards made it hard, but I would be cautious to make sure I had a map before searching for the place.More