It was clean and the bed was huge and comfortable. The room was large. The staff was incredibly courteous and helpful. There was a grocery store and a liquor store on the back side of the hotel, so that was great. The only downfall was that this place was outside the city center. It was walkable (2-3 miles), but not exactly ideal for walking home after dinner and drinks, and there wasn't anything nearby. The hotel bar was your average hotel bar, food was OK.
This is a lovely hostel. The location is terrific, incredibly close to everything you'd want to see and do in Dingle. The room was clean and fresh, and the bed was comfortable. The guy who ran the place (Chuck?) was mellow and friendly and made us feel right at home. Breakfast was about what you expect at a hostel (cereal, toast, juice, instant coffee). Recommend and place called Diedre's nearby. Make sure to stop at the Oldest Art Gallery in Dingle and visit Ena.
This hostel is a bit tricky to find, but the location is dreamy. Reserved an en suite room, but they overbooked and switched us to a private room with a shared bathroom. We didn't mind, but hey were apologetic and knocked 10 euro off each night. Breakfast is just toast and instant coffee, so find a good cafe. The people in Cork were awesome. HIGHLY RECOMMEND taking the train to Cobh, the Shelbourne Hotel, and Sin e (bar).