Abbey Court Hostel, Dublin, Co. Dublin
Located on River Liffey the hostel is situated right in the heart of Dublin city centre beside O'Connell Bridge. Abbey Court has 33 bedrooms, 5 dorms. Available room types are twin/double, 4, 6 and 10 bedded. All double rooms have en-suite facilities. Opened in 1999, Abbey Court offers all the amenities you would expect from a hostel and plenty of extras like free international calls, free Wi-Fi, lockers and free breakfast. There are large communal spaces downstairs with TVs and internet access, along with kitchen facilities.
Abbeywood House Hostel, Westport, Co. Mayo
It is a former monastery still resplendent with many of its original features such as stained glass windows and polished wooden floors. All the rooms have amazing views of Croagh Patrick and offers private room and shared dormitory accommodation. Facilities include a self-catering kitchen, free continental breakfast, sitting room, dining room and gardens.
Aille River Hostel, Doolin, Co. Clare
This 300 year old renovated cottage is situated on a quiet road at the bank of the Aille River in the centre of Doolin. It was voted "Best Hostel in Ireland 2008" and "Runner Up in Ireland 2009, 2010" by hostel world guests.
Allihies Village Hostel, Co. Cork
This family run hostel offers warm hospitality on the Beara Peninsula. Recently renovated and extended to add a new lounge, more rooms and a large sheltered courtyard it is comfortable and conveniently located in the village of Allihies. It offers accommodation in dormitories as well as private rooms. In addition, there are separate recreational and dining areas with good kitchen facilities. The hostel has wheelchair accessible bedrooms on the ground floor.
An Oiche Hostel, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim
It is located in the very center of Carrick-on-Shannon and is open all through the year. The hostel provides 20 beds. Facilities include a large backyard, a kitchen with all the equipment required to cook delightfully delicious meals, a dining room for those who hate eating alone. Hot showers are available at all times. Dishwasher and microwave facilities are provided for the convenience of the customers.
An Stor Tourist Hostel, Midleton, Co. Cork
Located in the town of Midleton it was originally built as a wool store and, later a grain mill. In 1995 it was refurbished, retaining the stone facade and creating the atmosphere of a big townhouse. In 2003 an extension was added which includes a modern kitchen and dining room. Midleton is ideally situated to visit the Heritage towns of Cobh, Youghal, Lismore and the City of Cork.
Armagh City Youth Hostel, Co. Armagh
It is located within walking distance of the major tourist attractions including St Patrick's Church of Ireland and Roman Catholic Cathedrals, Armagh County Museum, Armagh Planetarium and St Patrick's Trian Visitor Complex. Facilities include fully equipped self catering kitchen, TV, free Wi-Fi, tea/coffee facilities and hairdryer in twin rooms and free on site car park. All rooms are en-suite and twin rooms have a TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.
ArrowRock Hostel, Co. Sligo
It dates back to 1700's and has been an Inn, a Hunting Lodge and continues to welcome guests in the 21st century as a modern Hostel. It was owned and run as a small rural hotel "Rock View". The hostel now offers great value without any compromise in comfort. Catering for parties and groups of up to 30 people who can book the entire venue for that special event is available at very reasonable rates.
Ashfield House Hostel, Dublin, Co. Dublin
It is situated between Trinity College and O'Connell Bridge and short walk from Temple Bar, Grafton Street and Dublin City's many tourist attractions. Rooms are available in anything from double/twin up to 8 to 10 person dorms. The large sitting area on the main floor has a TV and several comfy couches. There are a couple of computers for internet use as well as space to use your own with free Wi-Fi.
Ballyeamon Barn Hostel, Co. Antrim
It is a tourist hostel located 8km southwest from the village of Cushendall, the main village of the famous Glens of Antrim, and just 50km from Belfast. It overlooks the quiet countryside of the Glenariff Forest Park with its stunning waterfalls and woodland trails. The barn is ideally situated as starting point for trips along the Antrim Coast where visitors can experience the famous Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Rathlin Island and Murlough Bay.