Beach Haven Hostel is a unique and inviting family run hostel in Tramore, County Waterford, Ireland. We are right in the heart of it all just steps from the beach and the town centre of one of Irelands most delightful seaside resorts just seven miles South of Waterford City.
Tramore is the South East's leading holiday resort, with a complete range of activities including arcades and amusements, swimming, surfing, paddle boating, cycling, kayaking, walking and hiking, scenic coastal and mountain drives, horse racing and riding, fishing and lots of golf. Tramore also offers visitors a local tourist office and a huge variety of restaurants, pubs and nightclubs to suit any taste all within easy walking distance of our home.
The hostel is contained in a 160 year old Georgian house that has been completely refurbished as a holiday hostel. The rooms a large and comfortable, there is a fully complete self catering kitchen, TV Lounge, and laundry facilities on site. We have plenty of private parking and bicycle lock up area. There is also an outdoor picnic area with BBQ.
Beach Haven House has been fully approved by the Irish Tourist Board, and is featured in many top class travel publications such as Hidden places of Ireland, Michelin Guide, Lonely Planet, and Let’s Go just to mention a few.
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From Dublin, take the N7/N9 to the West of the City, and follow the M9/N9 branch for Carlow and Waterford. Follow the N25 through Waterford City, and branch left onto the R675 as you leave the City
From Rosslare, follow the N25 for Wexford. Turn left onto the R733, and follow this scenic route through south county Wexford. Cross the Suir estuary by ferry between Ballyhack and Passage East. Follow the estuary south through Woodstown heading towards Dunmore East. Cross the R684 at Gaultier Cross and folow the R685 to approach Tramore from the East.
From Cork, follow the N25 through Midleton, the Youghal bypass and Dungarvan. 2 miles after passing through the village of Kilmeaden, take a right turn onto the R682 at Butlerstown Cross.
From Limerick, take the N24 through Tipperary Town, Cahir, Clonmel and Carrick On Suir. Cross the river Suir at Fiddown and follow the R680 to the N25 at Kilmeaden. Turn left onto the N25, and after 3 miles take a right turn onto the R682 at Butlerstown Cross.
The main Ferry ports are located at Cork on the south coast, and Rosslare, Dunlaoghaire, Dublin Port, Belfast and Larne, on the east coast.
Waterford Regional Airport is located 10 minutes from Tramore. It offers daily flights to London Luton, and a twice-weekly service to Manchester courtesy of Aer Arann.
The Irish rail network is operated by Irish Rail/Iarnrod Eireann. The Network operates, primarily, as a hub and spoke system, centred on Dublin City Centre. Iarnrod Eireann provide an excellent on-line intractive timetable and route planner which you can access here.
A regular bus service operates from Waterford Train station to Tramore bus station.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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Next to the town and the beach, very clean. We had a good night.
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