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The Forum - Mountmellick are located Mountmellick, County Laois, in what was previously a Presbyterian Church and Manse. The hostel is perfect for walking or cycling groups and contains self catering facilities.
Tara Hall is a regency-style house built in the early 1800's. It is the former residence of William Monk Gibbon, famous Irish poet and writer. The B&B is conveniently located just 10km from Dublin City Centre and is also near the sea.
Barnacles Hostel is situated in the heart of Galway, just steps from many of the city’s most popular restaurants and pubs. The backpacker hostel offers a comfortable, friendly environment and modern facilities.
Dempsey’s Hostel is a simple accommodation that caters to solo travellers, couples and families visiting Kinsale, County Cork. The hostel offers clean facilities and a relaxed atmosphere in one of Ireland’s most picturesque harbour towns.
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 Killarney Railway Hostel is ideally located in the heart of Killarney Town, just opposite the railway and bus stations. The hostel is an ideal base for backpackers, families, groups and tourists of all types to enjoy all of the town offerings.
In the Centre of Doolin, at the Foot of the Cliffs of Moher, Overlooking the Village and Out to Sea.Doolin Hostel is Doolin's Bus Station and ticket office.
Beach Haven Hostel is a unique and inviting family-run accommodation situated near the beach and town centre in Tramore, County Waterford. Tramore has a special emphasis on family holidays with a range of local attractions and activities for everyone
From €50 per night (family of 4)
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From €20 pppn - student and group rates available
From €175 pps
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