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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.
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.
Dublin International Youth Hostel is an award-winning accommodation situated in Dublin City centre, just five minutes from the shops of Henry Street and 15 minutes from the lively Temple Bar neighbourhood.
Ben Lettery Youth Hostel is located in Ballinafad, County Galway, in the heart of beautiful Connemara. It is surrounded by a lake and the Twelve Bens Mountains, making it the ideal accommodation for an activity-based vacation.
Paddy's Palace, Derry is a 36-bed hostel located in the centre of Ireland's most historic city. ...
Situated in Carrick along the impressive cliffs of the same name, the Slieve League Lodge is a wonderful accommodation for budget travellers exploring all that County Donegal has to offer. This family run hostel has 13 ensuite rooms.
Fisher Street House is a comfortable, clean hostel located in Doolin, a village in County Clare that is renowned for traditional Irish music. The friendly accommodation can sleep more than 30 people and all rooms are ensuite.
Welcome to the newly refurbished Kinlay Hostel in Galway City Centre. This multi-award winning hostel is located in the heart of Galway City on the corner of Eyre Square.
The Dingle Gate Holiday Hostel is situated in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula, nestled between the hills and mountains of Annascaul and Inch. The hostel has a friendly atmosphere with large landscaped gardens. It is wheelchair accessible.
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