It's Time to Take a Leap Into Ireland With HostelBookers

Apr 03, 2013, 10:26 ET from

LONDON, April 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Whether you're sampling a pint of the black stuff in Dublin's Guinness storehouse, taking in a gig in the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, scaling the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge along the Antrim coast, or indulging your senses in Cork's English Market - Ireland has so much to offer.

Clan gathering, festivals, special sporting events, music and concerts are also taking place all across Ireland, all year long.

To be part of these events HostelBookers, the budget accommodation specialist, has teamed up with Tourism Ireland to offer travellers a selection of properties to stay in Dublin, Belfast and Cork.

In the vibrant area of Smithfield in Dublin, Generator Hostel is an international hub of activity. The hostel is within short walking distance of the main party district of Temple Bar and a few minutes tram ride from the main shopping streets, Henry Street and O'Connell Street. Twin en-suite rooms are available from £24 per night per person.

Vagabonds Belfast is an urban travellers hostel designed by two experienced travellers for like-minded people. Facilities include a laundry room, communal living space with TV/dvd player and library, private shower rooms and internet stations. Guests can use the outside picnic area in the front of the building and an enclosed beer garden in the rear of the building. Private doubles from £20 per night per person.

Whether you're travelling solo, in a group or with your family, Cork International Hostel is the perfect choice. It is a 5-star renovated and spacious Victorian house offering en-suite rooms and all modern facilities. Quad en-suite rooms are available from £17.37 per night per person.

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Giovanna Gentile