Armagh City Hostel
Lonely Planet review
This modern, purpose-built hostel near the Church of Ireland cathedral is more like a small hotel – there are six comfortable twin rooms with private bathrooms, TV and tea-and-coffee facilities, as well as 12 small dorms, a well-equipped kitchen, laundry, lounge and reading room.
Our independent authors have visited Armagh City Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Armagh City.
Services & facilities
- Free Wi-Fi
- Bicycle parking
- Free parking
- Common room
- Housekeeping service
- Laundry facilities
- Linen included
- Washing machine
- Wheelchair accessible
Description provided by property
Located in Armagh City Centre the Armagh City Youth Hostel is the ideal location to explore the City and District. All the main city attractions are within a comfortable walking distance including two impressive cathedrals of St Patrick. Armagh city has a lot to offer all age groups and interests including a world renowned Planetarium, Armagh County Museum, the Mall, the Market Place Theatre hosting an exciting and varied programme of arts and cultural events; state of the art cinema and a selection of boutiques, shops and twice weekly Shambles market to keep the avid shopper happy. Throughout the year Armagh hosts several internationally acclaimed cultural festivals and sporting events including:William Kennedy Piping Festival; Armagh International Road Race; St. Patrick's Festival; John Hewitt Literary Summer School; Charles Wood Summer School; Tommy Makem Festival of Song; Bard of Armagh; Georgian Day; 7-Hills Blues Fest; Apple Blossom Festival, etc. to name only a few.The recently refurbished hostel offers comfortable modern accommodation at an affordable price suitable for individuals, groups and families seeking a relaxing holiday or explorative break in the historic Armagh.***PLEASE NOTE THAT CHECK IN IS AVAILABLE FROM 3.30PM***
Interesting places nearby
Armagh Public Library
The Greek inscription above the main entrance to Armagh Public Library, founded in 1771 by Archbishop Robinson, means 'the medicine shop...
St Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral
The city's Anglican cathedral occupies the site of St Patrick's original stone church. The present cathedral's ground plan is 13th...
St Patrick's Trian
The old Presbyterian church behind the tourist office has been turned into a heritage centre and visitor complex known as St Patrick's...
Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre
Armagh’s main cultural venue hosts a 400-seat theatre, exhibition galleries, a restaurant, a cafe and the Stage Bar & Bistro, which...
Stage Bar & Bistro
This stylish little place is a chilled-out haven of coffee- and cream- coloured sofas and chairs in the theatre lobby, with a menu that...