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Perfectly located for hiking and enjoying Giant's Causeway and the surrounding natural beauty.
Dolce Vita Derry offers unique and friendly city centre accommodation.
This 5 star hostel is centrally located in the heart of the popular seaside resort of Portrush.
Hostel Connect is Derry's Largest Hostel, located in the city centre, 2 mins from all the 'craic'.
When exploring the unspoilt beauty of southwest Donegal, travellers can stay at Malinbeg Hostel, which is located near Glencolumbkille and looks out at the Atlantic Ocean and Rathlin O’Byrne Island.
Courtbrack Accommodation is a student accommodation complex situated on the on the Dock Road in Limerick. Courtback offers safe and secure accommodation for students between September and May and then budget accommodation during the summer months.
Connemara National Park Hostel, Letterfrack Lodge is a luxury budget accommodation situated in the picturesque Letterfrack Village, which is located in County Galway, just minutes from beautiful Connemara National Park.
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
A combination of modernity and tradition, Skellig Lodge is situated overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay in County Kerry. The lodge offers warm and cosy bedrooms available in private rooms ensuite, family rooms and three-bed dorms.
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.
From £17,50 pps per night
From €55 pp
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