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Irish FAQ: Tourism and the Web [2/10]
Section - 3) How can I contact hostels in Ireland?

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	IRISH YOUTH HOSTEL ASSOCIATION,
	An Oige, Head Office, 61 Mountjoy Street,
	Dublin 7, Ireland.
	Membership required. 43 Hostels in Republic.
	Tel             +353 (1) 830 4555.
	Fax             +353 (1) 830 5808.
	Telex           32988 IYHA EI

	YOUTH HOSTEL ASSOCIATION OF NORTHERN IRELAND.
	YHIANI,	56 Bradbury Place, Belfast BT7 1RU, Northern Ireland
	Tel             +44 (232) 324 733.
	Fax             +44 (232) 439 699
	Membership required.  6 hostels in Northern Ireland

	Be aware that the hostels affiliated to these two
	official organisations usually have a curfew around 11pm!


	IRISH BUDGET HOSTELS LTD.
	Kinlay House, 2-12 Lord Edward Street, Dublin 2. Ireland.
	Tel             +353 (1) 269 7696.
	Fax             +353 (1) 269 7704
	No membership required. 26 hostels in Republic.


	INDEPENDENT HOLIDAY HOSTELS OF IRELAND
	57 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin, 1. Ireland.
	Tel             +353 (1) 836 4700
	No membership required.

	INDEPENDENT HOSTEL OWNERS INFORMATION OFFICE
	Dooley Hostel, Glencolumcille, Co. Donegal
	Tel		+353 (73) 30130
	No membership required.




	Gulliver is a reservations database for Ireland run by the
	Tourist Board.  It covers hotels, guest houses, car hire etc.
	All Bord Failte international offices are connected to Gulliver.
	Call on 1-800-600-800 in Ireland or +353 (1) 284 1765 outside
	Ireland to make a reservation using a credit card number to
	guarantee arrival.


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I'm looking for information regarding navigable waterways for a 44' fly bridge cruiser for corporate entertainment such as the big horse racing events. I've searched the internet and book stores here in Walws without success.

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