Very safe,clean hostel.Beautiful, centrally located and you will meet people from all over the world here.They also have a beautiful restaurant.
Where to stay
I think Bed and Breakfasts are the best places to stay in Ireland. Staying at a B&B gives you an idea of how the Irish set up house, eat, and live in their community. The breakfasts are always superior to hotel and motel fare; after all, B&B's make their food with TLC!
It may be a tiny bit more than some of the other hostels in the area, but it is More than worth it.
Coolest hostel in Dingle. The rooms are really big, the heaters work really well and the showers provide the most amazing blast of hot water. It's heaven.
This hostel is where the Earl of Cork strangled his wife (moo-ha-ha) and it's supposed to be haunted. I did think it was strange when I saw a disjointed leg dancing by itself in the kitchen.
The staff is very friendly and they'll help you out and answer your questions. Also, they provide a free shuttle to and from town (up and down the hill). Just beware if you get the guy with the crazy brown hair. He makes it feel like Mr. Toad's Wild Ride up the steep, dangerous and wet hill.
While visiting Ireland, the best lodging recommendation is to stay at Bed and Breakfast's. They're all around the island, so it's not that hard to find one when driving around. Here: 'Coolacunna'.
I used the lonely plannet guide book to find my accommadation in cork.
there are some okay hostles in cork and for some reason issacs was not given a good rating by lonely plannet and so on that advice I didn't stay there.
I stayed at a place called sheila's of cork.
By hostels it was quite good .beds were comfortable and the have sercurity camra's on all floors.
the Tv room and common room are a little to cosey for my liking but in all the place was fine.
the staff were also helpful as to all things local .good pubs ect(now thats very important lol.
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