Errigal Youth Hostel
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Errigal, Dunlewey, Gweedore, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
The five-star Errigal Youth Hostel is a purpose built accommodation situated in a stunning corner of County Donegal, at the foot of Mt Errigal, along the Usher Way close to the haunting and mysterious Poison Glen.
For a getaway in the beautiful North West of Ireland, guests can choose the comfortable and impressive five-star Errigal Youth Hostel, which is found in County Donegal, at the foot of Mt Errigal and along the Ulster Way walking route.
Visit the Poisoned Glen, Bloody Foreland, Glenveagh Castle and National Park which are all close by and ideal for walking in Donegal, just watch out for the Green Lady ghost! It's also worth heading out to the village beach resort of Bunbeg, well known for its surfing and music festivals.
Our Errigal Hostel managers Andrea and Sinead and their staff will give you a warm Irish welcome when you arrive. As our guest you also get complimentary light continental breakfast, parking and Wi-Fi Internet access. You can prebook meals for groups of +10 persons, and when you've finally got to the peak of Errigal, you can leave your hiking gear in the laundry room and drying room while you relax and watch the large plasma TV in the common room. Prefer hiking to walking? There's also bike hire and you can cook up a storm in the fully-stocked self-catering kitchen too and sit and enjoy the views in the large dining room.
As this new 60 bed building recently had €3 million invested in it, you'll find a most impressive state-of-the-art youth hostel! Some of the family rooms are built in a mezzanine fashion but there are also ensuite rooms if you prefer and wheelchair access too. You can choose from twin rooms, 4 bed rooms and 6 bed rooms with inspiring views overlooking the Poisoned Glen and out onto Errigal Mountain itself.
Errigal Hostel prides itself on being very environmentally friendly and green. It recently was awarded EU ECO Flower Label. The ECO "Flower" Label is a European environmental award given for commitment to sustainable tourism and protection of the local environment.