Cork International Hostel
Address1&2 Redclyffe, Western Road CorkSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Housed in an attractive, Victorian red-brick building near the university, this 96-bed An Óige hostel has bright dorms and cheerful staff, who do a great job coping with the constant stream of guests. The downside is the 2km walk (or bus ride) to the centre along a busy road.
Our independent authors have visited Cork International Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Cork City.
Description provided by property
Situated in the centre of Cork, this spacious Victorian red-brick building offers self-catering accommodation, with en suite bathrooms. The Cork International Hostel neighbours the University College Cork campus and Fitzgerald Park.
The hostel offers 24-hour access and multilingual staff, speaking English, French, and Polish. The property features a welcoming TV room, garden, and a guest kitchen. The private and dormitory rooms offer en suite bathroom facilities.
Cork is situated at the mouth of the River Lee and is home to Cork Public Museum, located opposite the hostel. Cork Airport is within 10 km and Blarney Castle is a 13-minute drive. Free public parking is available nearby the Cork International Hostel.
Guests are requested to inform the property of their expected arrival time if after 20:00. This can be noted in the Special Request box when booking.
Children under the age of 16 cannot stay in shared dorms with other guests, they need to stay in private rooms along with an adult accompanying them.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Vending machine (snacks)
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