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Cork International Youth Hostel

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1 Redclyffe, Western Road, Cork City, Cork, Republic of Ireland
T: +353(0)214543289
F: +353(0)214343715

Cork International Hostel is a charming red-brick Victorian building in Cork City, the second largest city in Ireland. Located next to the attractive University College Cork (UCC) campus and City Park and is just 15 minutes walk from city centre.

Cork International Hostel is an all en-suite hostel in Cork City, a city of remarkable charm. Visitors will be captivated by its hilly streets, bumpy bridges and peaceful backwaters as well as friendly, cheerful locals.

The Cork International Hostel is in a charming Victorian building right next to the attractive campus of University College Cork (UCC) and the City Park.

Cork International Hostel is a spacious Victorian red-bricked building with 96 beds and all the rooms are en-suite. The hostel offer family rooms and private rooms which is ideal for children. Billy and Breda will always make every effort to ensure your visit to their home city is one to remember and ensure you will want to come back and visit again.

Cork International Hostel has 24 hour access with free WiFi. There is information available on the city in its welcoming foyer, and the friendly staff will always be there to give advice on all the attractions the city has to offer.

The reception closes at midnight, so if you need to check in after that please let it be known when you are making your booking. The hostel has a self-catering kitchen as well as a warm welcoming TV room and a garden that is lovely to sit and relax in. Breakfast can be purchased in the morning and lunch and dinner are available to groups of 10 or more when pre-booked. The hostel offers free parking to all its guests.

Cork City is the second largest city in Ireland at the mouth of the beautiful river Lee, a great city to visit with all of its historical landmarks, Cork Gaol (Jail) being one of great historical interest. There are many entertainment spots of music and dance in the local pubs or a night of enjoyment in one of its famous theatres.

Many believe that while Cork City has all the amenities of a large city, it still manages to keep its pleasantly relaxed atmosphere and friendliness, which you will certainly experience on your visit.