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You got your tickets booked for Ireland? Good job! Make sure to venture out of Dublin a bit and discover what the real Ireland is all about! Only 2.5 hrs from Dublin, you will find Galway – medieval city, proper party place and gateway to some of the most beautiful scenery you will find in Ireland. These are top 5 reasons why you *MUST* stay in Barnacles Hostel Galway when you are venturing out to West of Ireland next time.

 

1. THE best location for hostel in Galway

Actually, not just the best location for hostel in Galway, we are on THE best location in Galway. Period. Set in the pedestrian Quay Street, surrounded by traditional pubs, quirky coffee bars, craft shops, markets and all cultural attractions, there is no better place in Galway.

barnacles hostel galway location

2. FREE stuff

There is so much free stuff included in your stay! Free breakfast (with toast, spreads, cereals, coffee, tea & hot chocolate), free WiFi in your bed, free organised in house fun events, free daily walking tour of Galway & free hugs! What can we say, we just love ya!

galway selfie

3. Salthill

We are the closest hostel to the Salthill beach, place where you will spend a good bit of your time in Galway. After all, kicking a wall in Salthill is a tradition and who can say no to an ice cream?

Blackrock Tower

4. Deals

We go out of our way to negotiate the best deals for you with loads of businesses close by! Ask at reception for discount vouchers and the best offers on any of the sport activities, tours or pubs! After all, we are all about budget travel :)

bubble 1

Bubble football deal anyone?

 

5. Discount in Barnacles Temple Bar

And yes, if you stay in the Barnacles hostel Galway, you automatically qualify for discount in our Dublin hostel! Barnacles Temple Bar has been voted the best hostel in Ireland for the two years in a row & it is THE best located hostel in Dublin! Just book at reception in Galway before you leave :)

 

 

 

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