Campbell's Holiday Hostel is Donegal's most centrally located Budget Accommodation Centre. Glenties which is Ireland's Tidiest Town is centrally located for touring the centre County. West to Slieve League, North to Aranmore and the coast road and North East to Glenveigh National Park. It is an ideal centre for Hill Walking within easy distance are Aughla, The Bluestack Mountains and Errigal to mention but a few. There are also several scenic walks around the town with picturesque views of the Donegal coastline, Glens, Rivers and Wildlife all clearly sign-posted.
|Glenties Heritage Museum is situated at the entry to the Hostel and gives hours viewing of the numerous exhibits from the past relating to the local area. Fishing: The Owenea River passes through the village and is renowned for its salmon and sea trout. Golf: There is a magnificent 18 hole Golf Links at Portnoo (10km) and also a Pitch and Putt course at Sandfield. Beaches: There is a Blue Flag Beach at Narin, and other beautiful Beaches at Rosbeg, Maghery and Dooey. Music: Glenties is famous as a center for Traditional Irish Music and The Fiddlers Weekend (the first weekend in October) attracts musicians and visitors from all over the World. There are also organised and spontaneous music sessions in the local pubs throughout the season.|
Rooms available for: 2 persons-ensuite, 4 persons-bunks-ensuite, 6 persons-bunks-ensuite.
Prices: Dormitory - £6.00 per person per night. Private - £8.00 per person per night.
Other Activities and Local Interests: Kilclooney Forest Walk, Prehistoric Dolmen, Doon Fort, Sheskeens Wild Life Sanctuary, Inniskeel Island, Patrick McGill Summer School (mid August), Harvest Fair Festival (12th September).
Open 24hrs No curfew All rooms with en-suite Hot showers Central heating Self catering facilities Laundry facilities Spacious common room area TV room international payphone and fax Tourist information Open March to early November Credit cards accepted Secure car parking available Secure bicycle storage Luggage storage Towel hire