Aille River Hostel
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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.
Sitting right on the Wild Atlantic Way, the Aille River Hostel is the gateway to the majestic 700 ft Cliffs of Moher, the world famous Aran Islands and the unique beauty of the Burren landscape, home to thousands of rare wild flowers and archaeological Celtic sites.
This 300 year old renovated cottage is situated on a quiet road at the bank of the Aille River, right in the centre of Doolin. This is a perfect spot for your stop over or extended stay in the area, where you will experience a warm friendly atmosphere in old world surroundings. Visit the sights of Clare or just chill out by the river during the day, then relax by the turf fire or check out the traditional music in the local pubs.
Recommended by Lonely Planet travel guides as the Best of the Bunch and Le Guide De Routard. Let's Go gives a Thumbs up. Also nominated for the Irish Welcome Awards, this propery Approved by Irish Tourism Board. Member of IHH holiday hostels group and Hostels of Europe.
The Aille River Hostel Doolin has a range of private rooms for couples, family rooms and dorm rooms. Free WiFi, free use of washing machine with free washing powder included, free hot showers 24 hours a day, free private parking, free use of computer with internet access, free use of fully stocked self-catering kitchen, free use of Safety lockers in dorm rooms. Free maps of the local area free information on sights to be seen and music to be heard, free luggage storage, Towels for hire and breakfast selection available.
Aille River Hostel encourage traditional music sessions and many musicians stop over regularly. Live music can be heard or played in the local pubs McDermott's, McGann's and O'Connor's and Fitzpatrick's, only a five minutes walk away. Camping is also available with full use of hostel facilities with no lock outs or curfews.