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Located in Inis Mor, Kilronan Hostel offers beachfront accommodations 1.5 miles from Aran Islands and has facilities like a garden, a bar and a shared lounge. Really friendly and helpful staff. Relaxed atmosphere. Great location, you can see it as soon as you step off the ferry.
Set on Aran Islands, Aran Walkers Lodge features a garden, a terrace and free WiFi. A continental breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. Jules is the life of the place. From the start she wowed us with her energy and charisma. The hotel was also very close to the nearby attractions Dun Aonghasa fort and the famous Red Bull wormhole.
In the village of Kilronan on Inis Mor, Ard Mhuiris B&B offers rooms with attached bathroom and tours of the island. Cate and Jackson were great hosts. They went out of their way to make us feel at home. We arrived too early and were able to keep our luggage there while we went exploring. Everything is in walking distance, spectacular view from the rooms. Thank you for making us feel so comfortable!
Overlooking Kilronan harbor on Inis Mor Island, Pier House offers bed and breakfast in a peaceful location off Ireland’s west coast. Pier House is ideally located to begin exploring the Aran Islands. Delicious breakfast, very comfortable and lavish room with kitchen and sitting area. Great location just off the pier next to the bike hire depot. Complimentary pass for Dun Aonghus which was a nice surprise.
Overlooking the Connemara coast and Galway Bay, Tigh Fitz Bed and Breakfast is located on Inis More which is the largest of the 3 Aran Islands and features several ancient stone forts and churches. Delightful details in the decor, excellent service, peace and quiet. One mile walk to "town" was not a problem for me. Penny will call you a taxi if you need it, as will staff at any restaurant or bar.
Located on Inis Mór, he largest of the Aran Islands, Radharc Na Ceibhe B&B lies on the eastern side off the Galway coast and offers panoramic views of the island and the Wild Atlantic Way. Great Irish breakfast, great host. I feel so welcomed. I was caught by a heavy rain and my shoes and clothes are all wet. They even helped me dry my shoes which saved me.
Located on the historic Aran Island of Inís Mór, Kilmurvey House offers free WiFi in public areas. Hosts were incredible. Extremely accommodating, helping us with rides back and forth to restaurants and the ferry. Breakfast was our favorite in Ireland. Superior location for hiking and purchasing of genuine hand knitted Aran sweaters. Recommend without any hesitation.
B&B An Realóg provides accommodations with a garden and free WiFi, and is located in Kilronan. The bed and breakfast offers a continental or Full English/Irish breakfast. Aine and her husband were terrific hosts - friendly, warm, and generous. Their B&B is lovely, the room was most comfortable, and had a great view.
Aran Islands Hotel, on Inis Mor, has spacious bedrooms with private bathrooms; some with balconies and views of Kileaney Bay and Kilronan Harbour. It has a restaurant and bar and free internet access.... Friendly staff, really good food, clean and comfortable.
Located in Kilronan, Clai Ban offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge. There's a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hair dryer. The host was quite helpful. The location was perfect, walking distance to downtown and to a nice restaurants with live music. Breakfast was delicious. Room very nice, bathroom spacious. Kept our bags after check out until the ferry came, thanks.
We had only a week in Ireland, and instead of trying to see everything we went to Doolin, Inis Mor, and Galway. The only problems on the whole trip were having the windscreen struck by a rock from a lorry when we were leaving the airport and trying to find a parking place at the ferry port when going to Inis Mor. Our B&B was around a 20 minute walk from the ferry port. It was clean, had a great breakfast, and the host was really helpful. We loved the pub and music.
We took a later ferry, but were lucky enough to rent a bike at the end of the evening. We were able to bike from town to Dun Angus for the sunset, and then hustle back for a last call fish and chips at Joe Watty's pub. The Guinness was smooth and cold, the fish and chips were hot and crispy and the craic was mighty! It was an amazing trip to Inishmore.
Fantastic island. Highly recommend staying at least one night as it is a totally different vibe when the day tourists leave. Pack for all weather conditions. Bike hire is really good value for money at only €10 per day and you can cover the whole island in a day.
We took the ferry to the island and walked to our B&B. Lucked into a hop on hop off with Rory as the driver/guide. He took us around to different sites before dropping us off at the fort for 2 hours. He grew up on the island and offered a lot of insight and history. We even got to watch him shoo some horses out of his uncle's garden and rebuild the wall. The fort was amazing! Wear good shoes as even on dry days there are slippery rocks. Rory took us back a different route and allowed time for pictures. Ate a fabulous dinner at Joe Watty's while listening to live music. Slept well on this quiet island.
The island experience was remarkable. Everyone we met was friendly. What a different kind of life growing up here must have been! We had amazing food at the Bayview, and great beers and food at The Bar.
The island is stunningly beautiful and steeped in history. Visiting is like taking a step back in time. The bus tour of the island is essential. The food at The Pub was fantastic, and they poured the best pints of our entire vacation! Truly hand knit sweaters are available from the little shops near the visitors center at Dun Aonghasa.
9.0 Awesome 192 reviews
Wonderfully located in the middle of the island, allowing us to walk to many sights easlly from our front door (access to a lovely beach, Teach na Phaidi (a wonderful restaurant), Dun Aonghasa, the Worm hole, etc..). A three-mile walk to town, but that suited us just fine. Accommodations were clean, the beds were very comfortable, and the buffet breakfasts provided ample variety and quantity. Great roads and views to explore by foot or by bicycle.
8.9 Excellent 127 reviews
The owner, Noreen, was very nice and knowledgeable about the area. She made a great Irish breakfast with an especially great assortment of preserves. I am a vegetarian, and she was able to accommodate me without issue. The view from our room was breathtaking, with a fantastic view of the bay. The B&B is not too far from the ferry pier or from various historical sites on the island. I cannot recommend this place enough.
9.6 Exceptional 6 reviews
The cottage is adorable! We did not want to leave. Beautiful views & quiet location. Easy to flag down a mini bus/taxi for a ride. The cottage is a stop on the island tours & we had fun waving to the tourists taking pictures. People on Inis Mor are lovely - very friendly & helpful.
9.1 Awesome 369 reviews
Fantastic B&B. Located aoprox 3kms from pier or 1/2km from airport. Great views from bedroom. Transport available. Very clean, quiet, great bathroom. Hostess very nice.
9.1 Awesome 250 reviews
It is easy to find it in Inis More. There eas a clean and en-suit bathroom. The staff was such a kind and friendly person. The room was clean and had amazing view.
9.1 Awesome 508 reviews
The location of the b&b was amazing right across from the pier the staff were so helpful on helping u where 2 go and what 2c
9.4 Awesome 234 reviews
Aran Island were beautiful! The host was very helpful and frendly.
9.2 Awesome 366 reviews