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Fossa Holiday Hostel

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Fossa Holiday Hostel is situated 5KM west of Killarney town centre on the main Ring of Kerry/Killorglin Road (N72) in the village of Fossa, overlooking the MacGillycuddy Reeks & just a 5 minute walk to Lough Leane. THIS IS NOT A TOWN CENTRE LOCATION AND NOT BEING IN TOWN DOES NOT DICTATE A POOR LOCATION.IT IS IN A RURAL SETTING WITH UP TO 5 BUSES A DAY TO THE TOWN CENTRE.

Hostel facilites include free hot showers and use of a dining area. Our on site facilities also include a shop which is open from Easter to September and a reasturant open for June, July and August. There is also a tv lounge and games room at the disposal of our guests as well as a children's playground and tennis courts, token operated laundry with a free drying room.

SLEEPING SHEETS ARE EXTRA and must be used by either hiring them or the client providing a sleeping sheet or sleeping bag.A 10 EURO REFUNDABLE KEY DEPOSIT ALSO APPLIES.

And, most importantly of all, the local pub is just a ten minute walk from the hostel.

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You must contact the hostel directly to give them your full credit card details. Failure to do so will result in your booking been cancelled.

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