Have stayed in this hostel on a number of occasions over a number of years with friends and children. It is a wonderful spot and we have so many great memories of our time there. Robert and Adva have always been such welcoming hosts. The hostel itself is clean , comfortable and very relaxing.
We stayed at the hostel for one night to see the cliffs of Moher and the village of Doolin and it was a cheaper option than the rest of the places around the village so we didn't expect to many luxuries. The room was small but clean and a bit basic with no desk space or a mirror for my wife to use. They don't have a kettle in the room but they have a communal area for cooking and making drinks and a place to do the laundry on site. It's in a great location and only a 10 minute walk away from the village centre with the pubs and shops
Really rude owners when calling to ask about a problem with never receiving emails about a booking. They then proceeded to charge my card without authorization. Worst customer service I've experienced during my whole trip.
Lovely sheltered campsite, alongside a river which was great for the dog. Pet friendly place obviously which was great and they limit the amount of dogs onsite which is also appreciated. As a camper you have access to all the hostel facilities which are great: showers, sinks, charging station and the most functional well laid out hostel kitchen I've come across. Staff are super friendly and helpful. It's a well oiled machine in terms of the processes to use the shared facilities which appealed to the organiser in me! I will definitely be returning here for another visit. 100% recommend.
I stayed two nights at the hostel in the deluxe double room with its own entrance. It was perfect, very cozy and I loved the sky light. The shower is one of those with a push button you have to hold/keep pushing or the water turns off, not unexpected at a hostel but FYI. The host was great, very helpful and informative. I was able to do a load of laundry for 5 euro, and they had a selection of breakfast items for 1 to 3 euros each. Nice location, and I had a very nice stay here.
This is a hostel so set your expectations accordingly but rooms were warm and clean, bed comfortable, staff very lovely and helpful especially Mikaela. Good kitchen facilities and a lovely setting by the river.
If you are absolutely desperate for a place to sleep then this could be a great option. But if you can stay anywhere else I would. Dirty towels. Uncomfortable beds, small covers, toilet barely flushes. Also they want you to mop the bathroom which I don’t mind but there was a bucket already filled with previous water which really grossed me out. The fire alarm started going off randomly in the morning so everyone got a nice alarm clock. Personally if I ever had to come back here I would use there camping area in the back and would have rather stayed in my tent.
I stayed in Allie River hostel as a family of 5 in an ensuite room. The room was spotlessly clean & beds very comfortable. The hostel has a large, well equipped kitchen to use for self catering. You may also purchase breakfast for a minimal cost. The hostel staff are very friendly & helpful with advice on where to visit/eat in the area. I will visit again & would recommend the hostel to family & friends.
A fantastic place to stay, room was very clean and comfortable, have use of the kitchen from 9.30 am up until 10.30 pm, all Covid rulings were adhered to. Both Adva and Igor are extremely helpful and would definitely stay here again.
I camped here with my 14 year old son and we both found it very friendly and comfortable. The space for camping is sheltered from the elements and feels safe and secure. It is great to have use of the kitchen and hot showers for free and the communal area would be fantastic if the weather wasn't good - fortunately we didn't need to use it much. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the facilities very clean. We really enjoyed our stay, thank you.