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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. Lovely room, big enough for the three of us to fit in and not get in each other"s way. Beautiful view from bedroom window. Friendly, helpful host who did everything to help us enjoy our stay. Breakfast was great.
Overlooking its own beach, Ard Einne House provides en suite accommodations with views of the Galway and Clare coastlines. Breakfasts are provided each morning, and Wi-Fi is available in public areas.... Absolutley beautiful!!! The property was very comforting, felt like home. Breakfast was delicious!! Clodagh was very accommodating, she even called to have bikes delivered for us. The view was spectacular!! Would love to go back some time!!
Set on Aran Islands 6-3.1 mi from Kilronan port, Aran Walkers Lodge features a garden, a terrace and free WiFi. A complimentary continental breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. A big thanks to John, Jules, Justin and all the gang at the Aran Walker Lodge for a very memorable stay. The Wormhole nearby is not to be missed.
Located in Inis Mor, 1.5 miles from Aran Islands, Kilronan Hostel has accommodations with a bar, free private parking, a shared lounge and a garden. Everything was perfect from the moment I arrived to the moment I left. Dave and Helene at the reception were helpful, friendly and made me feel at home. I do not hope I will come back one day, I know I will. Thank you
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.... We had a great, stay, location was ideal and the whole setup was fantastic. Breakfast was 10/10
Historical location Great to explore on bikes Nice restaurant, Joe Wattys, where we were treated to a spontaneous concert on the patio Raining but under a cover. Bring a flashlight if you’re out at night
First day and a half were absolute bliss, cycling around Inis Mor in the stunning sunshine on a beautiful island, even though the heatwave made it a bit difficult to cycle around as there wasn't much of a breeze to help cool down. On the second day, there was glorious sunshine again until around 3pm and then we got soaked from passing thunderstorm. Decided to cycle back to the B&B after it passed, not knowing that the storm hadn't even happened yet, and we ended up getting caught cycling in an orange level rain warning, raining so hard you could barely see and no shelter anywhere to be seen. I can't blame anyone for the weather, however after the storm.... While waiting out the rest of the storm at the B&B, we rang ahead Joe Watty's bar to check what time they were serving food until, and we were told until 9:30pm. We arrived at 7:40pm, only to be told that they have stopped serving food and would only serve us drinks. We then tried the local spar/chipper down the road, only to be told they were not serving any new customers and were closing at 8pm. And finally the BayView Restaurant said they would serve us drinks, but no food, but we could get takeaway pizza. We just got our takeaway pizza order in before they told other waiting customers that they were taking no more orders, which you could imagine didn't go down well as people in the queue would have found themselves in the same situation of waiting out the storm. For a place which had every single B&B and camping site booked out for the weekend, this was an absolute disgrace, turning away anyone looking for food given that many visitors to the island would have no where else to go for an evening meal.
Beautiful island, easy to get around by walking or cycling. Some features like Dun Aonghasa are a must-see. Inishmore is however something of a 'party island' and may not suit everybody. That particular clientele may be the reason why one establishment for instance insists on payment for food and drinks in advance. Other places like bike hire are cash only, they won't take cards, which I've only seen in countries with a culture of tax issues. It's also expensive by irish standards. Overall, Inishmore is a stunning place with friendly people, but the smaller islands may suit people better if they want a quiet break. Best connecting route to Inishmore and the other two islands is from Doolin. The Doolin2Aran ferry company has fast ferries that get you from Inishmore to Doolin in 40 minutes.
We stayed in the pier house bnb for two nights. Parked our car at Doolin and got the ferry across. Cycle was lovely around the island. The main reason I am writing this review is to warn people about the worm hole-pol pheist. It is the most dangerous swimming location iv ever witnessed. We saw a boy about 20yrs old nearly drown. The wave came in suddenly filled up the worm hole and dragged him 30m through the rocks out to the ocean. It was a struggle to get him back to land. A man in his 60s jumped in to try rescue him. Lucky they both survived. The coast guard helicopter came and brought the boy to galway general hospital to get checked out. Warning: beautiful island but please don't risk your life and swim in the worm hole.
Wonderful staycation. Ideal location. Got ferry from Rossaveal. Easy to get around island - walking/cycling or taxi. Beautiful scenery. Islanders so helpful. Great community spirit. Some venues closed due to Covid-19. However booked dinner in hotel and queued for short time for Joe Wattys another evening. All Covid-19 compliant. Plenty of photo ops as beautiful scenery. Our guesthouse host Clodagh and family also gave us great advice about getting around and sorted our bikes for us which were delivered to the guesthouse.
A stunning place to go for a nice few relaxing days. Such unspoilt beauty. Hire a bike or bring your own with you on the ferry and see as much of the island as you can. Dinner in the hotel is really nice and Wattys is also lovely. The beach is lovely and there is plenty of picnic spots also. There is a fine Spar there for all your essential needs especially if you are camping.
This is a 'walkers' lodge, but is ideal for anyone having an activity holiday. Bikes are for hire too. It is not a hotel or guest house. The rooms are clean, well-decorated and functional. Breakfast is available, as well as hot drinks and biscuits throughout the day. The people in charge can arrange transport, and are very helpful.There are lounge areas with TV, books etc. Most people just have a day in Aran, but it is worth a longer stay and exploration. This cheap accommodation can facilitate this.
Penny and her staff were delightful. Our arrival was late due to the weather. Penny arranged a ride for us from the pier then helped us organize a tour for the next day. The weather was dreadful and we had a wonderful time! Penny was a wonderful host. We will recommend this B&B to our friends.
The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. I was in shared room for 4 but there was only 2 other people. We shared one bathroom which worked out fine. It was right by the marina so quick walk from the ferry to the hostel. Little bar next door to grab a beer or two. Very inexpensive.
One of the best accommodation I have ever been for location, view and and atmosphere. Such a romantic and characteristic cottage. Very clean, warm and comfortable. The best way to experience the Aran Islands.
Breakfast, cleanliness and the staff were exceptional. They got our bags delivered to the pier for us ahead of our evening ferry so we could enjoy the day on the island.