The Aran Islands – A Mean Suite

Looking for somewhere to stay on the Isles after an exhausting day of taking in the sights and letting the Aran Islands put you under their charming spell? The Inis Meain Suites are a tranquil refuge perfect for indulging yourself after touring the country, whilst holding on to the natural beauty the islands are so famous for. Bright, airy and at the height of luxury, you’ll sleep soundly among the earthy toned soft furnishings and natural wooden floors which take you miles away from everyday city life.


At night here, the sky is dark and clear with no light pollution, and as quiet as a solace. When you wake after hours of peaceful dreaming, take a stroll into your surroundings where the phrase ‘being at one with nature’ really rings true. Majestic views across the Atlantic and the dewy sea spray are sure to awaken tired eyes before you spend the day fishing off the cliffs or cycling along the white beaches just a stones throw from where you rest your head.


Famed not only for elegant accommodation in the most divine setting, the Suites come complete with gourmet restaurant ensuring you get your fill of locally sourced and delicately presented food. Hot coffee and homemade flapjacks are a given on your arrival, and the freshly made hot-pot lunches to fuel your day exploring are a godsend, not forgetting the freshly delivered loaf each morning. Finish up with a nightly 8pm 4-course dinner of Atlantic seafood, home-grown herbs, salad and vegetables suitable for even the most delectable of palates. The Inis Meáin Suites is the ultimate Irish experience teamed with a subtle hint of stylish modernity. Oh, and their collection of awards is pretty impressive too!

Photo Credits:  Inis Meain

This tip is also a part of the Experience: Ireland • Cycling the Emerald Isle

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