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Moville Boutique Hostel

Malin Rd,
County Donegal
F93 DE27

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Map Ref: 55 Moville Hostel
Address: Malin Rd, Moville, Inishowen, Co. Donegal
Telephone: (083) 8438002 Contact Moville Holiday Hostel
Season: Open all year
Dormitory Beds:


Dormitory Bed Price: From €20 - €25
Private Beds: 7
Private Bed Price: From €25 - €50 pps price subject to type of room (double, family etc)
Please confirm price at time of booking as seasonal charges may apply. Rooms may have a single occupancy charge.
Contact Moville Holiday Hostel
Free breakfast included Yes Free breakfast included
Family rooms available Yes Family rooms available
Camping with use of hostel facilities Yes Camping with use of hostel facilities
Laundry facilities available Yes Laundry facilities available
Linen included - dorm Yes Linen included - dorm
Parking Yes Parking
We are Pet Friendly!    
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Located at the tip of Donegal, Inishowen is often referred to as ‘Ireland in Miniature’ with a range of sights that will astound visitors with its natural beauty and coastlines.

Moville Boutique Hostel is converted from farm buildings with uniquely decorated private rooms, family rooms, apartments and pet friendly accommodation featuring original stonework throughout.

Situated within mature woodland and picturesque gardens, opposite the River Bredagh, guests can enjoy the tranquil setting of the hostel grounds which are home to the oldest bridge in Ireland.

Guests are welcome to explore the organic mini farm where you will meet our resident Goats, Rabbits, Peacocks and more.

Getting Here

Moville is on Lough Foyle (near the fishing port of Greencastle) in the Inishowen Peninsula of north Co. Donegal.

30 km (20 miles) directly north of Derry (follow the R238 road).

60km (40 miles) north of Letterkenny.


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