No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Letterfrack Lodge
Travel Blogs from Letterfrack
On Wednesday, we went to Inishmore, the biggest of the Aran Islands. This was a really cool trip because the weather was great, the scenery was beautiful, and the locals on the island are actually Irish speakers. We took a bus from Galway city to a port where we took a 45 minute ferry ride to the island. We rented bikes for the day ...
... with her ridiculously cute dog that I want to steal and I am making diner for her tonight at the hostel after the last ferry! Were going to have TACOS! YUM!!!!
Speaking of dogs I want to kidnap! This HILARIOUS black dog keeps appearing here at the hostel! Sunday I am in my room and I hear some noise I come out and here is this soaking wet black dog standing with its front paws on the step wagging its body so hard I thought it was going to split into 2!!! ...
... us. Huge. We went for a 4 hour walk. It was an experience ... leaving me wondering about the life and environment people choose. Originally (100's years ago) the islands were not taxed allowing for poor mainlanders who had no money and wanted a place to live.
Perhaps even now the residents had/have no choice, perhaps all they know, perhaps generational ...
... the time we were boarding there were so many people there that I think we almost filled the boat. As we got on they gave us some leaflets with information about the islands and ads for restaurants, bus tours, hiring bikes to get around the island and the museum and Dun Aonghasa Fort. I sat with Laura and we looked over the pamphlets while we talked about what trips we want to take while we're in Europe and how much we love boats. With the lulling ...
... were everywhere. Once we got into town we realized we had a short bit of time before the bikes needed to be returned. We grabbed a quick drink outside a restaurant and sat outside to watch the people move about. We then drove down to the bike drop off and headed for the 4:00 ferry. It was great to be able to sit up top and soak in the sun and feel the breeze. We sat next to two farmers from county Donegal. One was a cattle ...