Aran Islands Hotel

Kilronan, Inishmore, Aran Islands, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kilronan, Inishmore, is near Plassey Wreck, O'Brien's Castle, and Inishere Lighthouse.
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    Doolin to Aran Islands

    A travel blog entry by paigeazmt on May 18, 2014

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    Today I took a ferry from the seaside town of Doolin to the Aran Islands! I came to the largest, and most populated island (about 800 people, tiny), named Inismore. The boat's name was the Happy Hooker (haha) and the crew was, of course, very nice!
    The ride was a little scary, rocking back and forth pretty hard at times, it was a little stormy …

    Man of Aran

    A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... and mixing it with sand and animal dung to create about six inches of top soil.

    Taking a tip from Rick Steves, we first hiked to the Black Fort, Dn Duchathair, letting the day-trippers go first to the more famous Dn Aenghus. This Black Fort has ocean and high cliffs on three sides, which limited accessibility. And yes, it is very windy here too.

    After this hike, we ...

    Man of Aran

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 09, 2014

    14 photos

    ... at Dún Aegngus, a 2,000 year old ring fort that circles a sheer cliff top. The hike up to the fort is a bit strenuous, and the landscape is reminiscent of the Burren, across the water. The cliffs are majestic and precarious, and almost like the Cliffs of Moher. The boys and Jada look for blackberries on the way down and find a few tiny black morsels. We have a quick lunch at the cafe at the foot of the fort before climbing back into our carriage. We take the coastal route on ...

    Day 9: Bog People

    A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on May 31, 2014

    15 photos

    ... and even a man playing a piano! The crowd stopper was a group of men singing Irish songs with a big marching drum, saxophone, and I couldn't see what else! The men were all ages and all stages. We think they were just a group of Irish men that the musicians had rounded up. I saw some of them holding pieces of paper with the words on them but most didn't need them. The sound was actually quite good! The Irish love to sing! (Our hop on hop off bus driver broke out ...

    Day 8: The Beauty of Ireland in Full Force

    A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 14, 2013

    ... of the Aran Islands (Inis Mr literally means 'large island’). Its length is about 18 km and it’s got a population of 800 people. Apparently there’s one policeman, one priest and five pubs in total. It is also one of the few places where the main language is Gaelic! The ferry ride was okay, despite being quite bumpy. I wasn’t scared per se, but the constant rocking and bumping left me a bit uneasy. It took us 40 minutes to arrive at the island.

    Once ...