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Among the ecofriendly features at NotSo Hostel is a small vegetable and flower garden, tended by manager Vikki Matsis (and two cats), amid its courtyard parking area.

Among the ecofriendly features at NotSo Hostel is a small vegetable and flower garden, tended by manager Vikki Matsis (and two cats), amid its courtyard parking area.

Occupying several quaint homes from the 19th century, this relaxed hostel is 2 miles from both the 4-block City Market and the South Carolina Aquarium, and 11 miles from the Fort Sumter museum.

Sleeping up to 8 people, the low-key coed or single-sex dorms offer bunk beds, hardwood floors, free Wi-Fi and shared bathrooms. Casual private rooms are also available; some add futons. Bed linens are provided; towels are extra. There are no TVs in the rooms.

Parking and breakfast are complimentary. Other amenities include communal kitchens, and porches with seating. Pets are welcome for a fee. Residency restrictions may apply.