Ireland Hostels



Achill Island 3 Adare 1 Adrigole 1 Allihies 3 Annascaul 4 Aran Islands 4 Ardara 2 Ardee 2 Ashbourne 1 Ashford 1 Athenry 1 Athlone 3 Athy 2 Avoca 1 Balbriggan 1 Ballacolla 1 Ballina 1 Ballinafad 1 Ballinasloe 1 Ballinskelligs 3 Ballintrillick 1 Ballybofey 1 Ballybunion 3 Ballyconnell 1 Ballyferriter 1 Ballyhaunis 1 Ballyheigue 1 Baltimore 4 Bantry 2 Belmullet 2 Black Valley 1 Blarney 1 Borrisoleigh 1 Bray 1 Bruckless 1 Bunclody 1 Buncrana 1 Bundoran 9 Bunratty 2 Cahir 1 Cahirciveen 4 Cahirdaniel Village 1 Camp 1 Cape Clear Island 1 Cappoquin 1 Carlingford 3 Carlow 2 Carrick 1 Carrick-on-Shannon 1 Cashel 5 Castlebar 1 Castlegregory 2 Castletownbere 1 Cavan 4 Clare Island 1 Claremorris 1 Clifden 11 Cliffs of Moher 1 Cloghane 1 Clonakilty 3 Clonmel 1 Clonmoney 1 Cobh 1 Cong 5 Connemara 12 Cork 25 Corofin 1 Dingle 17 Donegal 6 Donore 1 Doochary 1 Doolin 8 Downings 1 Drogheda 2 Drumshanbo 2 Dublin 120 Dun Laoghaire 1 Dundalk 3 Dunfanaghy 1 Dungarvan 3 Dunmanway 1 Edenderry 2 Ennis 7 Errigal 1 Feakle 1 Galway 49 Gaoithe 1 Glenbeigh 3 Glencolmcille 3 Glendalough 2 Glengarriff 1 Gort 1 Greenane 1 Greystones 2 Inishowen Peninsula 2 Jenkinstown 2 Kells 1 Kells 1 Kenmare 13 Kilcar 2 Kildare 2 Kilfenora 2 Kilfinane 1 Kilkee 2 Kilkenny 16 Killaloe 1 Killarney 44 Killorglin 3 Killybegs 1 Kilmeaden 1 Kilmore Quay 1 Kilrush 1 Kiltyclogher 1 Kinsale 7 Kinvara 2 Knock 2 Knockree 1 Lahinch 2 Letterkenny 3 Lifford 1 Limerick 15 Lisdoonvarna 1 Listowel 2 Macroom 1 Mallow 1 Maynooth 1 Midleton 2 Milltown Malbay 1 Monaghan 1 Mountmellick 1 Mountshannon 1 Moville 1 Mullingar 3 Murrisk 1 Navan 3 Nenagh 3 New Ross 3 Newcastle West 2 Newport 1 Oldcastle 1 Oughterard 5 Portlaoise 2 Portmagee 1 Quilty 1 Rathdrum 1 Riverstown 1 Roscommon 1 Rosscarbery 1 Rossnowlagh 1 Shannon 1 Shannonbridge 1 Sixmilebridge 1 Skibbereen 7 Slane 1 Sligo 8 Strandhill 1 Swanlinbar 1 Swords 1 Tarbert 1 Tarbert 1 The Burren 2 Tipperary 2 Tralee 10 Tramore 5 Trim 1 Tubbercurry 1 Tullamore 2 Ventry 2 Victoria Place 1 Waterford 11 Waterville 5 Westmeath 1 Westport 14 Wexford 4 Wicklow 7 Youghal 4

Ireland Travel Tips & Suggestions

Kiltyclogher is a beautiful town nestled in between the lovely hills of Leitrim. The Cosy Corner pub has great traditional music and very chatty locals. We had a wonderful time.
I have just been able to determine that Dunmanway is the ancestral home of our family, with the head being Nathan Capron Davis. My mother who is deceased tried to determine this for years, but never succeeded. I certainly would plan on visiting the area to make her wish come true.
I think that Ballinskelligs is the most beautiful place that I have seen and the people are so nice and friendly lovely place to have a holiday when you get the weather!
New Ross feels like home to me. I love the town, the churches, the shops, and most of all the people. The Theater Pub welcomes anyone. I hope to one day retire in Ireland and hopefully, New Ross.
Apparently the town can be spelled Cahirciveen, Cahersiveen, or Caherciveen. Take your pick.
Dingle is a small village with 52 pubs!
I visited Black Valley on my honeymoon and it is a fantastic place - real magic!!
I lived in Kilkee for three months and I have to say that it's a beautiful place. The town is just charming.
Lisdoonvarna is a perfect spot to spend a few days. We stayed three and that was perfect. We visited the Cliffs of Moher and drove to the beach at Lahinch twice. Lisdoonvarna was close to the sites but you don't have to deal with the hassle of Lahinch. This was our third trip to Ireland and our first to Lisdoonvarna …
I stayed in the little town of Liscannor and then walked to the Cliffs of Moher. I was traveling all by myself, a girl of twenty on her first trip out of the U.S. It was the best experience of my life. Liscannor is amazing. After one hour at Egan's Pub, I was being treated like family. One warning, if you don't like …
Doolin is a gorgeous place to visit. And a good place to rent bikes and explore.
I lived in Ennis for 6 months and I have to say that I really miss that colourfull village. Even it is a small place, there's always something to do. The pubs are an amazing centre of music. Libraries, shops, cinemas... Have I said enough??
I love Tralee. It is very cute. A lovely, calm, and quiet town.
I've visited Glencolmcille about sixty times in the last twenty years. It is stunning and like no other place in the world. If you discover it, you will see why.
Killarney's a good base for the Ring of Kerry, however it is the hugest tourist trap I've ever seen. Worse then Disneyworld. I suggest you visit any small town within the country and rub elbows with the farmers to experience the "real" Ireland.
Lahinch, a popular seaside town in west County Clare on the Irish Atlantic coast, is about an hour's drive from Limerick and thirty minutes from the town of Ennis. Surfing has put Lahinch on the tourism map in a big way in the past five years. With a number of beaches nearby, including Lahinch Beach itself, whenever …
Nestled in the southern region of the Burren, Kilfenora is a small village that is both warm and lively, as well as conveniently located for anyone looking to experience the magic of Ireland's western coast. Just south of Lisdoonvarna, Kilfenora is a tiny, little town that is home to a post office, a few church …
The town of Dingle, located on Dingle Peninsula, is a quaint place, but sits in the heart of one of the most scenic places in Ireland. It is best reached by car, but Bus Eireann also runs in the town. The nearest train stations are in Tralee or Killarney, and tour buses don't frequent the roads like they do the Ring of …
Situated on the beautiful western coast of Ireland and scattered with lakes and streams, Connemara's natural landscape is both stunning and tranquil. The countryside is quiet and dramatic, with small villages scattered throughout. Reaching Connemara is easy by car, but bus services can be more limiting, so plan your …
While Baltimore is a rather scenic harbor town, it can often get busy with tourists, families with children on a day out, and schoolchildren on holiday. Baltimore hostels are generally uncrowded, however, and very slow, especially on weeknights. There are a few islands off the coast, and you can hop on a ferry to …