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Flanagan’s Village Hostel is a family-run business in the beautiful seaside village of Doolin, County Clare. The accommodation has a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and many facilities for the comfort of its guests.
A very welcoming home with relaxed atmosphere, close to all town centre amenities.
Situated just 10km from Claremorris, Valley Lodge Farm Hostel is perfectly located for budget travellers exploring County Mayo. The family-operated hostel offers a unique opportunity to relax in a peaceful area and on a real working farm.
Ideally located at the foot of the magnificent Mourne Mountains with Sea views.
Gartan Outdoor Education and Training Centre is superbly located on its own 87 acre rambling woodland estate, on the shore of beautiful Gartan Lough. The Derryveagh Mountains and Glenveagh National Park lie just across the lake.
Sheilas Budget Accomodation Centre is a comfortable, family owned budget accommodation situated right in the heart of Cork City. The hostel prides itself on its friendly atmosphere, excellent facilities and host of extra amenities.
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.
Ballyvoy camping barn nestles in the little village of Ballyvoy.
Dublin International Hostel is open all year with free breakfast in the Church Restaurant, free wifi and 24 hour reception. Free secure parking is available; the hostel is well located and is only a short walk to the famous O,Connell Street.
Clare’s Rock Hostel is a family-friendly, budget accommodation situated in the rural village of Carron, at the top of the Burren mountains. The hostel is part of a traditional farm and is an eco-friendly property.
From €50 per night (family of 4)
From €175 pps
From €20 pppn - student and group rates available
From €55 pp
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