Restaurant (dinner served at 8 pm; closed Sun nights), free Wi-Fi, 3-acre grounds.
Irish music in evening.
all ages welcomed.
Per suite B&B from €265. Set dinner €70. 2-night min. stay.
Good Hotel Guide Review
On the most remote of the Aran Islands, a stronghold of Irish culture, Ruairí and Marie-Thérèse de Blacam’s sustainably run stone-and-glass restaurant-with-suites blends into the landscape, revealing ‘stunning views’ to Galway Bay and the Connemara mountains. A stay here is as much about the keenly considered meals – cooked using ingredients from the island and surrounding waters – as it is an appreciation of the extraordinary setting. Design-led bedrooms have panoramic views from vast windows, and a private outdoor seating area. Guests are encouraged to explore: the room rate includes walking sticks, bicycles, a fishing rod, swimming towels, wildlife binoculars, nature guides and maps, and a daily hotpot lunch in a backpack. A breakfast box delivered to the door includes a sweet for elevenses. 45-min. ferry from Ros a’ Mhíl; 7-min. flight from Connemara airport.