Kenmare Failte Hostel
AddressShelbourne Street, Kenmare, Co. Kerry KenmareSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Awarded “The Best IHH Town Hostel in Ireland” & Failte Ireland approved since 1986, Kenmare Fáilte Hostel is a family-run business & is considered to be your “Home away from Home”, situated in the centre of Kenmare town.
In the interest of tired travellers, Kenmare Failte Hostel has a strict curfew of 1.30am to ensure everyone has a good night's sleep.
Check-in: 2pm until 7pm - no later - we don't have a 24 hour Reception so please bear this in mind when checking in.
Kenmare Fáilte Hostel is the perfect base to explore the Ring of Kerry, Beara and Dingle Peninsulas.
All are welcome at Kenmare Failte Hostel. We provide great value private ensuite rooms and dormitory rooms including a selection of ensuite family, double and twin rooms.
Our fully equipped self-catering kitchen features an Aga cooker which is always on, creating a very welcoming atmosphere; have a free cup of tea or coffee and enjoy an interesting chat with the hostel team and other guests, especially on those cold and wet days.
Facilities and amenities include a sitting and dining room, board games, a range of reading material, TV and DVD player, a kitchen, central heating, drying facilities, free hot showers and duvets.
We really look forward to welcoming all ages.
Strict curfew of 1.30am
No long term stays - Maximum of 7 night nights per guest
From April-Oct inclusive, 25 percent of the total amount will be charged at the time of booking - this is non-refundable. Failure to charge your card may result in your booking being cancelled.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Bicycle Hire
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Free WiFi
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