“A Unique Island Destination”

The Aran Islands Hotel (Óstán Oileain Arainn) is a charming three star standard hotel located on one of Europe’s most picturesque and unspoilt environments, Inis Mór, Aran Islands. The hotel offers a comfortable and traditional setting, a place to relax and unwind from a hectic life style or from a day out exploring the Island, where you’ll meet some great characters from locals to our own staff.

All bedrooms are spacious and beautifully appointed and include facilities such as Free WiFi, Flat Screen TV, Telephone, Iron, Hair-Dryer, Tea / Coffee Making Facilities.

The entire hotel is fully accessible for our disabled visitors.

The hotel has 22 ensuite bedrooms, including five balcony rooms with spectacular views of Kileaney Bay and Kilronan Harbour.

The hotel is uniquely located for family holidays, short breaks and activity based breaks. Whether your desire is to relax and unwind in this un-spoilt ideal, or you come to cycle, walk, explore, fish, sail, or boat, horse-ride or experience the language of the people, Ostán Oileain Arainn can ensure that your stay is memorable and charming. The hotel can arrange mini bus tours, pony & trap rides, bicycle hire to take you to many points of historical interest and scenic beauty. Alternatively you can walk some of the many miles of Cliff Edge from the Black Fort to Dun Aongusa and the Seven Churches.


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