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Just back from a great weekend staying the quaint Glenmalure Youth Hostel
We highly recommend this place
Everyone should visit as It’s good for the body & soul!
The charm and positive energy that this place exudes is surpassed only by the warmth & positivity...More
Very luckily for us we went on a Monday. No space on the Sunday fully booked. And towards St Patrick’s day booking building up fast. As summer approaches will be absolutely full as a one of the most stunning halts for walkers on the Wicklow...More
From before we arrive Peggy was going above and beyond to make our stay one of the best experiences I've had when travelling with a group to date. The hostel was in great condition and plenty warm. Nothing nicer than arriving back to the hostel...More
The man we met at the hostel goes every weekend to help groups of visitors settle in, told us 'it's great! no-one can contact me the whole weekend!' If you need to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, this is the place...More
Response from Roy M, Head of Marketing at Glenmalure HostelResponded 4 August 2017
Thank you for staying in Glenmalure Youth Hostel and for taking the time to review us.
Our hostel is designed to allow young people to explore the beautiful Irish outdoors. It is also a place where young people can be sociable and interact...More
This hostel is a must for the adventurous traveler and hiker. It's a small old house, without running water or electricity, but the atmosphere and scenery are fantastic. In the living there's a fireplace and all the travelers get together and share stories. No distractions....More
The south facing rooms are actually the 10 bed male dorms but they do not get so much sun during the day because of the trees outside that run along the river. I would suggest the 6 bed female dorm in the main... More
The south facing rooms are actually the 10 bed male dorms but they do not get so much sun during the day because of the trees outside that run along the river. I would suggest the 6 bed female dorm in the main building.
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"Don't hesitate to ask for a bit privacy if you want it, we ended up having our own room."