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The Mourne Lodge is in the tranquil village of Atticall between the Silent Valley and Spelga.
Situated in the picturesque village of Rathgormack, the Rathgormack Hiking Centre and Hostel can accommodate up to 22 people in two separate rooms. It is the ideal base for exploring the many attractions of North Waterford and South Tipperary.
Clifden Town Hostel is a small, friendly accommodation that offers a warm welcome to all guests. It is situated in the centre of Clifden, which is found in County Galway and part of the beautiful Connemara region.
Hostel at the foot of the Mourne Mountains in area of outstanding natural beauty.
Oscars Hostel is one of Cork City’s newest and most chic budget accommodation providers. Located opposite Cork’s Kent Railway Station, Oscars provides high quality contemporary styled private ensuite rooms and dorms at an affordable price.
Marina House is located in a renovated period building in the idyllic seaside town of Dun Laoghaire. It is ideally situated with easy access to the ferry port and the DART (Dublin's local train system), which provides easy access to the city centre.
Flanagan’s Village Hostel is a family-run business in the beautiful seaside village of Doolin, County Clare. The accommodation has a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and many facilities for the comfort of its guests.
The Aille River Hostel is a renovated 300-year-old cottage situated by the banks of the Aille River in the centre of Doolin, County Clare. In 2008, it was voted the Number 1 Hostel in Ireland by Hostelworld.com customers.
Formerly the YWCA building Paddys Palace is a budget hostel in Belfast's University district.
Our philosophy is simple. Good food, the best staff and non-stop adventure.
From €50 per night (family of 4)
From €55 pp
From €20 pppn - student and group rates available
From €175 pps
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