Meet Nada from our staff

Meet Nada from Dublin International Hostel

We’re lucky to have had Nada as an intern and on our reception team at Dublin International Hostel. We had a lovely chat with her about living in Dublin and hostelling in Ireland. What were you doing before you came to Ireland? Before I came to Ireland, I spent some decent time in Canada and […]

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The Benefits of Overnight Trips for Young People

When we wanted to find out what exactly the benefits of overnight trips for young people were, we decided to chat to Kate Cowan. She is one half of the dynamic marketing team that are putting the youth back into youth hostelling in An Óige. She also has a wealth of experience introducing young people to […]

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Meet our intern Femke

  At Dublin International Hostel we were very lucky to have Femke on our team of interns. She came to us from The Netherlands and quickly became a part of our family at the hostel in Dublin. We had a lovely chat with her about her thoughts on hostelling in Ireland. What were you doing before […]

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Meet Ger, the chef from our hostel in Dublin

We had a lovely chat with chef Ger, catering manger and longtime staff member from our hostel in Dublin, Dublin International Hostel. Mountain, city or coast and why? I prefer a coastal city/town as it has the advantage of a city to explore with the benefits of a beach to relax and access to fresh seafood. What […]

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Travel tips: 9 Mistakes travellers make

You just booked your flight for a trip of a lifetime. You are finally leaving your comfort-zone and getting out there. An adventure is about to begin. But do you know how to travel like a pro? Travel tips for first time travellers We came up with a list of mistakes that every rookie makes […]

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The Story of a Hostel Manager

Somewhere on the southwest side of Ireland, in a county called Kerry, there is a small town called Killarney. So small that you can walk through it in 10 minutes and still have time for a shop in that time. On our last visit we got there by train. In order to get to the […]

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