"Hosteling in Letterfrack" Letterfrack by LadyXoc
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Built by a Quaker family in 1840 and then used for 100 years as a monestary. The accomodations were very inexpensive and I enjoyed the dorm-like atmosphere. The free breakfast provided in the morning was very healthy. Here is a picture of the room I slept in. Private rooms are also available. The monestary sleeps 50 and I do believe I saw a tent or two out back. Vanessa and I seemed to be the only Americans. There were many German and Swiss visitors during our stay.
It seems from other travel reviews I have read some people thought the hostel less than spotlessly clean. I camp a lot and live with three teenagers. I did not see anything offensive.
If your travel budget or your desire to be adventurous finds you wanting to stay somewhere other than a hotel or B&B then try the Old Monestary Hostel.
The peat fire heating the bathroom did wonders to dry my hiking shoes:)
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