Carna Bay Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Breakfast was from 9-11am, remember this IS the Aran Islands. We got to the dining room at 10.30am, lots arrived after us!!! Our room was smelly, I should have complained last night but no phone and I was in my pjs. Someone had been smoking up a storm in it. Also the light over the vanity didn't work. We had a huge balcony so left the door open half the night. The housemaids said, no no you have to move, we don't smoke and can smell it!, so we now have another room, 3 doors ...
9.20am 17.5*, thru Cong in the direction of Clonbur. We headed for Clifden as it had been recommend several times and Ann The BnB owner couldn't take the debit card and I had promised to manually bank the money. Scenery suddenly changed to what we imagine Canada to be like, lakes (loughs), and lots of pines, fir trees very few stones or boulders. Very different to any scenery we have seen here. In Clifden, which appeared to be a town ...
A short 2km ride to the ferry docks and we boarded a ferry to the largest of the Aran Islands. Turns out to be a not entirely we but very drizzly day. We check into Ard Mhuiris B&B. most of the day is spent resting and ready, but in between rain showers we make it out for a small cycle about the ...
Today we caught a bus to the ferry and a ferry out to the largest of the Aran islands which are located about 45 minutes by ferry from Galway. The Island which were went to is called Inis Mor island it's I'd approximately 14km by 4 km and once we jumped off the Ferry we hired two bikes and we were off, it was really nice to travel around the cost wind in your hair etc we met a little sheep dog which Kasey named ...
... if you enjoy it this may be the place for you.
The crossing was bumpy to start with and takes over an hour-from Rossveal it's quicker. Once there you can be on your way quickly, and a bike in your hand is repellent to the tour and bike rental offerers, so I was off round the island. It's a time team delight, a series of low stone walls to be seen in every direction. The highlight, apart from spotting butterflies and birds every time you pause, is the ancient stone ...