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I've stayed in plenty of hostels over the year and without sounding obnoxious I know a good hostel when I see one!
I stayed here with 3 friends for 3 nights this week and it hasn't left a lasting memory.
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We had a great time in Durty Nellys. All of the staff were so friendly and accomodating especially Amy, Cian and Naoise who we had great craic with down in the bar. The rooms are very clean and there is a great buzz around the...More
great atmosphere! staff was very friendly, there was a couple cute girls there who showed us around, its an irish pub/hostel, but the two are totally seperate. the hostel was quiet and very clean, while the pub was loud and energetic! gotta few good nights...More
Durty Nelly's is one of the greatest places I've ever been too. My two friends and I stayed in a room with three other random travelers; our room had a bathroom and a lovely shower that included body/hair soap. There was also a sink outside...More
Cosy pub with enough space to relax, eat & chill. Food is good. We had combo plate, all was well cooked and good value. A nice pub you can enjoy with friends. We visited the pub at early afternoon, there was a good atmosphere. We really...More
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US$40 - US$124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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