Hostels in Antrim - find an Antrim hostel with Dublin Events
Hostels in Antrim offer accommodation for travellers keen to explore this beautiful part of Northern Ireland with a budget in mind. Staying at an Antrim hostel can help you to make the most of your trip, regardless of how long you’re travelling for.
Staying at an Antrim hostel
When you decide that hostels in Antrim are for you, a great many options are opened up. This beautiful county truly is worth exploring and you may find yourself extending your stay at your Antrim hostel in order to take more in.
From the natural splendour of Giant’s Causeway to the city of Belfast, there’s so much to do that you will see very little of your Antrim hostel. When you are staying at hostels in Antrim, car hire may help you make the most of your visit.
Hostels in Antrim and elsewhere
If, after staying at an Antrim hostel, you plan on exploring the Emerald Isle further you may want to consider Derry hostels, Tyrone hostels, Armagh hostels and Down hostels. Dublin Events offer different styles of accommodation in all 32 counties of Ireland and Northern Ireland, including hostels in Antrim.
Antrim, Belfast and other counties in Northern Ireland have a number of hostels serving students, travellers and back packers from all over the world. The Linen House Hostel is an independent and the largest hostel in Belfast. A brownstone building and formerly a linen factory, this place has been converted to offer almost 130 beds for the budget conscious travellers and students.
Sheep Island View hostel is located in Ballycastle and is a great place for tourists to stay who want to bask in the magnificence of the Giant's Causeway, since this hostel is just 6 miles from it. A fire-lit communal room and a large self catering kitchen are available.
Those looking for a friendly and small hostel should check out Ark Hostel in the University area of Belfast. Free linen and tea/coffee are inclusive in the price. Internet access and laundry services are also offered.
Those well-off financially are recommended to check out Paddys Palace in the University district of Belfast. Two to eight bed dormitory rooms and private rooms are available for the guests. This is an excellent hostel to enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Belfast city. Breakfast and linen are inclusive in the price. Internet access and free car park are also offered.