x The average starting price for a place to stay in Co. Donegal is £40 per night.
Rossnowlagh Co DonegalOutstanding 100%
Port Ronan Malin Head, Inishowen PeninsulaOutstanding 97%
Dunlewy GweedoreOutstanding 96%
ali4mick My grandmother warned me not to stay in a hostel...and now I know why. I wasn't particularly happy with this hostel for five reasons...1) they messed up my booking and thought I was staying for 2 nights instead of 1 (thankfully they reduced the balance I owed them when they realised the error); 2) the room I received had a dicky door and you needed to open it a certain way; 3) the shower was one of those ones you expect to see at the beach; 4) it was noisy (the walls were practically paper thin); and 5) the beds were so low to the ground, I almost thought they'd put the mattress on the ground itself. I will say this much for it though...the views were spectacular!
casatopinis Nice hostel, particularly enjoyed the peat fire in the sitting room (in July, but this year the weather was terrible everywhere!) , large kitchen and warm welcome.
Mill Lane Buncrana, Inishowen, Co. DonegalAwesome 89%
sanmonclus It is a lovely place, very nice, clean and with all the facilities The owner was very kind and help us.
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