Errigal Youth Hostel is part of the Irish Youth Hostel Association which emphasises safety and security in budget accommodation for youth travellers and groups. It is located in the stunning Glenveagh National Park with views of the Seven Sisters Hills and Dunlewey Lake at the front and Mt Errigal behind, making it an attractive destination for hill walkers.
Manager Erin and her staff will give guests a warm Irish welcome to Errigal Youth Hostel and help with any questions about activities and cultural things to do in this traditional Irish speaking area.
Errigal Youth Hostel was built in 2007, it is an eco-friendly complex with a variety of rooms from ensuite, twin, four bed and six bedrooms in a mezzanine style. Rates include continental breakfast, WiFi, wheelchair access, meeting facilities, self-catering kitchen, reading snug, laundry room, electric car charge point and parking.
Groups of 10 or more people can pre-book meals in advance. The Errigal Youth Hostel is open for groups of 10 or more all year round and for all others from March to October.
Visitors return to the Errigal Youth Hostel year after year due to the unique location and modern amenities, with loads of activities in the area, there's always plenty to see, do and enjoy.