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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.
Tra Na Rosann Hostel offers a unique opportunity to escape and relax in Downings, County Donegal. The building was originally a hunting lodge, with stunning views and only minutes from the beach, its location is truly magical.
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.
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.
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.
Luxury holiday centre, comprising of 11 bedrooms and dormitory of 10 beds.
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.
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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.
Beautifully situated self-catering guesthouse overlooking the Downhill/Magilligan beach.
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