Location:  Tramore, County Waterford

(located seven miles from Waterford City)

Contact:  Avery and Niamh Coryell

Email:  beachhavenhouse@eircom.net

Phone:  353 (0) 51 390208

Web Site:  www.beachhavenhouse.com

Directions:  see web site

Open:  year-round

2007 Rates:

dorm rates: from 15 euro p.p. sharing

private room from 20 euro p.p. sharing

breakfast available for 7 euro extra


-close to beach

-located near attractions, amusements, shops,

restaurants, and pubs of famous seaside


-fully approved by Board Failte

-member of Independent Holiday    

Association of Ireland

-friendly reception

-families welcome

-quiet, respectful atmosphere in hostel

-thirty-two beds located in hostel

-two private rooms with double beds

-female-only dorm with 4 or 6 beds

-dorm rooms are fitted with bunk beds

-seven non-smoking guest rooms

-linen is provided

-back garden

-assistance with bus, train, and plane


-all rooms have a wash basin

-remodeled house that is tastefully decorated

-breakfast can be provided for seven euros

-fully-stocked self-catering kitchen in the


-comfy television lounge with fireplace

-laundry facilities on site

-outdoor patio with barbecue

-six shared bathrooms with showers - each  

bathroom is self-contained for privacy

-free parking in private parking lot

-room sizes range from standard double rooms to larger family suites with room for up to eight people.  Some rooms have fantastic ocean views of Tramore Harbour.

The Beach Haven Bed and Breakfast, (also

owned by Avery and Niamh Coryell), with

lovely accommodations is located in a

separate building next to the hostel.  A full hearty Irish breakfast with a buffet that offers fresh juice, toast, cereals, coffee, and tea is

available for seven euros.

Things To Do:

-surfing lessons for all abilities are offered in

Tramore at two good surfing schools. 

(Rental of wet suits and boards is available).

-Visit Splashworld with its indoor swimming

  pool, hot tub, waves machine, and full gym

  and boxing facilities. 

- located in Waterford County, the medieval

  capital of Ireland, so there are many castles

  and cathedrals from the twelfth century

  to explore

-near horse racing

-near dog racing


-equestrian activities

-hiking and walking opportunities abound

-near championship golf courses

-near amusements and arcades

-visit the Waterford Crystal Factory and take

  a tour

-visit Waterford (Ireland’s oldest city) and

  take a walking tour

- enjoy a drive on the Copper Coast Drive

  and see why Waterford is called the

  “Riviera of Ireland.”

-enjoy scenic walks in Tramore and see a

secluded swimming cave

-enjoy a pub crawl in one of Tramore’s

two dozen pubs

-enjoy Irish traditional music

-enjoy dining at several of Tramore’s


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