Planning your trip to the island and not sure where to stay? We’ve got you covered. From glamping to hotels, the island has plenty of accommodation to choose from.
Muldowney’s B&B provides excellent views of the Atlantic, the North Western coastline and mountains. Located in a quiet and peaceful location, Muldowney’s B&B features spacious, comfortable en-suite bedrooms and common spaces with panoramic views of the sea.
Jack’s Cottage offers one bedroom, double and single beds and a sofa bed. This charming cottage has an open fire, a kitchen and living area. It is situated in a quiet area not far from local shop and pub Neily’s Bar.
The Glen Hotel is a long established family run hotel located 250 yards from the ferry pier, over looking the Atlantic and set in mature grounds. The Glen Hotel looks onto the Hills of Donegal in the background and is a haven for those wishing a tranquil setting. The hotel is ideally suited to those who enjoy hill walking, bird watching, angling, diving, photography enthusiasts, and young families wishing a nice sea side holiday.
Killeens Guesthouse “Go any further west and you hit America!” The Guesthouse has spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. There is a pub and restaurant downstairs overlooking Aphort beach and a popular fishing harbour.
Located on the beachfront just a short walk from the ferry quay, The Arranmore Hostel can cater for all sorts of groups of up to 35 people. The hostel is situated right on the beach and it lies between two very popular pubs, Teac Phil Ban and Early’s bar. It is the perfect accommodation for a night out on the island! The hostel has dorm rooms and private rooms. There is a large communal area with kitchen facilities and the benches outside to enjoy the beautiful Leabgarrow Beach.
The Arranmore Pods is the ideal accommodation if you would like to try Glamping. The Pods offer luxury self contained accommodation that sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. Surrounded by nature, the Pods are the ideal accommodation if you’re looking for a tranquil island escape.
Arranmore Holiday Village is conveniently located just one kilometer from island’s ferry pier. The cottages are self-catering and less than 200 meters from the children’s playground and pitch & putt course. The Cultural Centre/An Chultúrlann, which offers visitor information, local crafts, internet access, meeting rooms & a selection of children’s Irish Situated next door, Caifé an Ghabhann offers a range of food (try the Fish & Chips!). language books, is situated within the grounds of the Holiday Village. The village is just a couple of minutes walk from ‘Scoilt na Loinge’ beach which is only one of the many beaches on Árainn Mhór Island.
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