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Derrylahan Independent Hostel is a small, warm and friendly accommodation found between Kilcar and Carrick in County Donegal. The hostel offers both dorm and private rooms and use of a self-catering kitchen, common room, laundry facilities and more.
This brand new hostel provides comfortable and modern budget accommodation.
The Abbey Court is a large but friendly international hostel located on Bachelors Walk in Dublin City centre, close to O'Connell Bridge. The hostel is within walking distance of LUAS and DART stations as well as all main bus routes from the city.
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
The Neylon family warmly welcomes guests to the Corofin Hostel, located in the heart of Burren, which is idea for walking and cycling. The comfortable County Clare property features excellent self-catering facilities.
Near the centre of Portstewart with pubs, cafes, restaurants, shops all within a 10 minute walk.
Ben Lettery Connemara Hostel is in the heart of Connemara. With a lake at the front and the stunning Twelve Bens Mountains behind, it is ideal for hiking and cycling. This area of Ireland is magical, renowned for its beauty and never forgotten.
Ballyvoy camping barn nestles in the little village of Ballyvoy.
Established in 1990, the Old Monastery Hostel is situated in a country house originally built by the Quakers in the 1840s. The tranquil, comfortable property has beautiful views of Letterfrack Village and Tully Mountain.
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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