1Single people really have their pick of the hostels in Ireland, as most establishments cater to solo travelers who are looking to have fun and meet new people. Hostels can be found in virtually every corner of the country and generally come complete with shared dorm rooms and an excellent range of facilities that guests can use during their stay. Here is a selection of hostels in Ireland that solo travelers are sure to love.

Generator Dublin

Situated in the Smithfield Square district close in the heart of Dublin, there are always plenty of laughs to be had at Generator Dublin. The special cinema room has been designed as a space where guests can relax and make new friends, while free internet access and a wide range of other amenities are also offered here.

Clare’s Rock Hostel and Farm

People who are visiting High Barren will quickly discover that this is the only hostel in the area, so they will want to reserve their spot well in advance. The advantage of this is that you never quite know who will turn up at Clare’s Rock Hostel and Farm, and there are always plenty of interesting characters around to swap tall travel tales with, while a wide range of impressive attractions are just a short walk away.

Sheila’s of Cork

Single travelers who are planning a trip to Cork will want to make sure that they spend at least one night in this vibrant hostel. This is the most vibrant and cheapest accommodation in the whole of Cork and can be found right in the heart of the city so it is always full of fun loving travelers. The hostel is catered to by Shelbourne Bar and Four Star Pizza and there is always someone in the common room to share a few drinks and laughs with.