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Hungry Hill Lodge is a purpose built hostel set on 3.8 acres. It is situated in the seaside village along the shores of Adrigole Bay, between Glengarriff and Castletownbere on the Beara Peninsula.
Tullyarvan Mill is a community, cultural and hostel centre situated near Buncrana in Inishowen, County Donegal. The wheelchair friendly hostel offers comfortable accommodation for travellers wishing to discover the Inishowen Peninsula.
Barnacles Hostel is ideally situated in Dublin’s lively Temple Bar neighbourhood, home to a good deal of pubs, restaurants and shops. Bright and spacious, Barnacles offers many amenities and is a great place to meet other travellers.
Kilkenny Tourist Hostel is Kilkenny’s best established and best located Hostel offering spacious, clean, comfortable and cheap Dorms and Private Rooms. You’ll love the free WiFi, big kitchen, relaxed atmosphere and the charm of this lovely old house
Residential centre adjacent to Ulster American Folk Park on Omagh-Newtownstewart Road.
Situated in the beautiful area near Killarney Town, Fossa Holiday Hostel can accommodate up to 40 people. The hostel caters to all kinds of international travellers, including school groups and outdoors clubs.
Generator Hostel Dublin is part of the leading European Hostel chain ‘’Generator Hostels’’.
Sive Hostel is a friendly accommodation situated on the Ring of Kerry, in the busy market town of Cahersiveen, a perfect base for exploring the region. The hostel offers a warm welcome and a variety of room options to suit the needs of travellers.
Avalon House is an economic, clean and secure accommodation in the heart of Dublin City. It offers many free amenities and is ideally situated just minutes from Trinity College, Temple Bar and St Stephen’s Green.
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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