If you are visiting Ireland and need to keep an eye on the purse strings then staying at a Donegal hostel might be more appealing than a hotel. Hostels in Donegal are a more cost-effective option than hotels and still provide clean accommodation for the many travellers who visit Donegal each year.
A Donegal hostel is an attractive option for many different groups of people including students, travellers and families looking to cut the cost of their holiday. Hostels in Donegal also offer those people travelling on their own the opportunity to meet like-minded individuals to share their experiences with.
Hostels in Donegal offer access to a truly breathtaking part of the world. If you intend staying at a Donegal hotel then browse the selection offered by Dublin Events and check availability before booking.
A number of hostels serve in Donegal. Homefield Hostel claims to provide five star accommodations at extremely affordable two star prices. The hostel has a 20 year proven track record of providing high quality accommodation. Located near Bundoran, this hostel is the perfect place to stay for the budding surfers who come to enjoy surfing in Bundoran, the surf capital of Ireland. Equestrian fans also love this hostel because its stables are on the outskirts of the town and they provide instruction and various horse riding activities for the horse lovers. All the rooms here are meticulously decorated, clean and comfortable and happen to be en-suite. A self catering kitchen serves the cooking needs of the guests. A reading room and TV Lounge are available to provide relaxing activities to the inmates. Bed linen, light breakfast and hot water are included in the price.
If you are close to Errigal Mountain in Donegal County, be sure to check out the comfortable accommodations of Errigal Youth Hostel. It's been providing its sheltering services for over forty years. Ghost hunters will also find this hostel interesting due to it being in close proximity to the Poisoned Glen. This glen is infamous due to its ghost called the Green Lady. This hostel is perfect for those wanting to visit the Glenveagh national park. The castle and Italian gardens of this park will surely entice the fancy of many. The hostel has a common room and a kitchen. Breakfast is not offered free. It does have a bar where one can mingle with the other inmates.
Letterkenny Port Hostel is a small friendly hostel where one can enjoy barbecue nights in the summer and pub crawls in the holiday season. Rooms of all kinds are offered here, ranging from single and doubles to mixed gender dormitories. Internet access is available. Breakfast and linen are included in the price.
Other noteworthy hostels in Donegal are Sandrock Holiday Hostel, Ball Hill Youth Hostel and Malin Beg Hostel.