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This modern family hostel overlooks the old fishing harbour with its recently completed marina ...
Lanigan’s Hostel is a purpose-built accommodation situated in the heart of Kilkenny City. It offers guests a safe, comfortable and clean stay within walking distance of all local amenities, including railway and bus stations, pubs and restaurants.
Hostel in centre of village with bus stop at the door.
Oliver St John Gogarty’s Irish Bar is situated in Dublin City’s Temple Bar neighbourhood and provides accommodation to travellers in its international hostel. The property is located in the heart of the city, near many major attractions.
Sandrock Holiday Hostel is located at Ireland's most northerly point, Malin Head. It overlooks the fishing pier, beach, sea and beautiful highlands of Donegal across the bay. The hostel features two, 10 bed ensuite dorms and self-catering facilities.
Kinramer Cottage is an old farmhouse, on a working organic hill farm, adjacent to extensive ...
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.
The Killarney Railway Hostel is ideally located in the heart of Killarney Town, just opposite the railway and bus stations. The hostel is an ideal base for backpackers, families, groups and tourists of all types to enjoy all of the town offerings.
Kinlay House Cork is a hostel that caters to all kinds of travellers, including families and school groups. The property is located in Shandon, an old Cork City neighbourhood that is home to the clock tower of the Shandon Bells.
Cape Clear Youth Hostel is situated along the south harbour of Cape Clear Island, County Cork. It is just steps from the sea and affords stunning views of the area. The hostel can accommodate up to 42 people and also has self-catering facilities.
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