FOR BOOKINGS, PHONE: +353 (0)1 830 4555 or EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
TO CONTACT THE HOSTEL DIRECTLY, PHONE: +353 (0)21 450 5562
Sheila’s Hostel is a family owned three storey building located on a quiet residential street with views over the rooftops of Cork City Centre.
- Ten minute walk from Patrick St
- Free WiFi all over hostel
- Free Home Cinema
- In-House Sauna
- Coffee Dock
- Outdoor Patio area
- Chef catering for groups
Opening Dates and Times
OPENING DATES: All Year Round
OPENING TIMES: 24 Hours
CHECK- IN: 14:30pm
Manager Paddy Hodnett will be happy to welcome you to the hostel!
ADDRESS: 4 Belgrave Place, Wellington Rd, Cork City, T23 XF95
For bookings or queries: HOSTEL PHONE: +353 (0)21 450 5562
GPS Details Decimal: Latitude 51.90258 N Longitude -8.466017 W Minutes & Hours: Latitude 53°21’21.7″N Longitude 6°16’06.1″W
Directions from Bus Station: Start at the station. Cross the bridge that is to your right. Take the second left, at The Leisureplex Bowling Alley, and turn onto Mac Curtain St. Take the first right turn up the hill named York St. At the top of York St., look across the road to your right and you’ll see the sign for Sheila’s
From Cork Airport: (BY BUS) Take the Airport Shuttle bus into Parnell Place Bus Station. As you come out of the station, cross the bridge that is to your right. Take the second left, at The Leisureplex Bowling Alley, and turn onto Mac Curtain St. Take the first right turn up the hill named York St. At the top of York St., look across the road to your right and you’ll see the sign for Sheila’s
From CityLink/Aircoach Stop: (BY FOOT) When you exit the bus, walk along St. Patrick’s Quay (the river should be on your left!) until you reach St. Patrick’s Bridge. Turn right onto Bridge St. and then right again onto McCurtain St. Take the first left up a steep hill called York St. (at the LV Bar) At the top of York St., look across the road to your right and you’ll see the sign for Sheila’s
About the Hostel
- Secure and close to town yet in a quiet area
- Open 24 hours per day
What’s special about us?
- Only hostel in Cork City that is part of Hostelling International
- Network of 23 other hostels around Ireland
YES – We have a Chef who does Group Catering
YES – We have FREE WiFi
YES – We have Family Rooms
YES – We have a Self-Catering Kitchen
YES – We have secure deposit safes and lockers available at reception
YES – We have a laundry service
YES – We have a Cinema
YES – We have a Sauna
Our Hostel in Cork is not far away from some great Cork attractions including
- English Market
- Jameson Experience
- St Anne’s Church in Shandon
- Cork Gaol
- Skibbereen Heritage Centre
- Blackrock Castle Observatory
- Lifetime Lab
- Blarney Castle
Nearby events include
- Pub Crawl
Also check out the Cork City Tour
Please note: the prices below are indicative of the price range for the hostel – use our booking engine to get an exact price for your booking.
Keep an eye out for our packages and special offers and also, if you are a group of 10+ we also give group discounts where possible.
If you are a member of An Óige/Hostelling International, you will get a 10% discount on accomodation costs at our hostels per person, per night. Make sure your membership card is up to date or order a new one now!
|14 Bed rooms (en-suite)||€16pp||€17pp|
|8 Bed rooms||€16pp||€17pp|
|6 Bed rooms||€18pp||€19pp|
|6 Bed rooms (en-suite)||€20pp||€21pp|
|4 Bed rooms||€20pp||€21pp|
|4 Bed rooms (en-suite)||€22pp||€23pp|
|Double/Twin room (en-suite)||€56||€60|
|Single room (en-suite)||€50||€55|
*Extra supplements will apply for Special Event Weekends including Rugby Matches, St Patrick’s Day and Cork Jazz Festival.
Choose from cereal, fresh hot buttered toast, orange juice and as much strong coffee as you need – all for only €4.00
Want to rent the Whole Hostel…?
You can rent out the whole hostel during the low season only for special occasions (reunions, parties)! See below for the room breakdown.
Please contact us for a Rent-a-hostel quote for exclusive use of Sheilas Hostel. The quote will depend on group size and season. Contact email@example.com with your enquiry.
Hostel Room Details
|8 Bed Standard||7|
|6 Bed Standard||7|
|6 Bed Ensuite||5|
|4 Bed Standard||2|
|4 Bed Ensuite||4|
|Single Room Standard||On Request|
|Single Room Ensuite||On Request|
|Total Number Beds||176|
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Where: Currahen Showgrounds
When: 17th-18th June, 2017
Price: Children under 12 go in free
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