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Gort Na gCapall, Province of Connacht Ireland
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#3 of 5 Speciality lodging in Inishmore
Our lodge, on the stunning and magical island of Inis Mór is a place for rest, adventure, pilgrimage, beauty and immersive and culturally rich Irish experiences! We open our doors and arms to guests from all over the world for the summer season with the main intention of offering beautiful, comfortable and affordable accommodation with detailed information/ideas on what to see and step by step guidance on where to go provided by our warm and friendly team! We are blessed to be situated in such a prominent and stunning spot on the island, nestled amongst so many historic and monastic treasures, on top of being immediately struck with sensational views from our front door! Our lodge is in prime position to embark on stunning walks to all such sites at your convenience. A real walkers paradise! It really is a pleasure to accommodate and connect with so many of you wandering travelers and we look forward to every new arrival! Safe travels and see you soon!
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LuxuriousTraveler004 wrote a review Nov 2019
Dublin, Ireland51 contributions46 helpful votes
I booked a room for myself and my parter (with email confirmation) and arrived to a sold out Inis Mor in August. The last email from the Aran Walkers Lodge noted "we are looking forward to your arrival". Just as we got off the boat I called the lodge and was told that our room had been given away and that they tried to call me. I received no calls from the lodge. The woman in the lodge told me she would try and help me find somewhere else to stay for the night but never called back and ignored my calls. After calling around for a while we finally found a place to sleep. Aran Walkers Lodge is an absolute joke and no one should stay there. We were lucky to find a place to sleep, what if there was nowhere? This review has been removed 2 times now for reasons unknown. This reviews abides by all of the TripAdvisor rules.
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Date of stay: August 2019
2 Helpful votes
Response from Sean Ó, Owner at Aran Walkers Lodge
Responded 5 Jan 2020
I read with regret that the email sent by Luxurious Traveler 004 to our website reserving a room with us in August 2019 was not successful!.We did have a small number of reservations through our website in 2019. Guests using our website www.aranwalkerslodge.com in 2020 will require to prepay in part or full. It will also be possible to book through Booking.com
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SaraParaPakana wrote a review Sep 2019
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We came to Inis Mór island to enjoy nature and relax a bit, away from buzzling Galway. Aran Walkers Lodge was perfect choice for us. It is bright, cozy and welcoming place, near a beach and walking distance from the historical fortress Dun Aonghasa. Our room was spacious, clean and fresh. Breakfast was lovely and filling, especially the local brown bread was amazing. Last but not least, big thanks to Jules who went extra mile to make our stay special. We will definitely be back next year to recharge in Aran Walkers Lodge and explore this beautiful island even more.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Sunshine223135 wrote a review Sep 2019
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Where to start. I want to say thanks a million for the most wonderful stay in The Lodge. Julie-Anne was an amazing host, she did everything & more to make our stay fantastic, nothing was too much trouble. The lodge was beautiful & had a great vibe & energy to it. Julie-Anne was a terrific guide & ambassador for the Island. We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay & will definitely be back. We can't wait to return to Inis Mor, he lodge & our Fabulous host Julie-Anne. We will Recommending you to all our friends. Thanks again for your superb Hospitality. 5 🌟
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
Florence K wrote a review Jul 2019
Cork, Ireland93 contributions24 helpful votes
This accommodation is 6km from the pier. We booked an en-suite family room, but when we arrived only a shared bathroom was available to us, 6 adults sharing one shower room. We had also booked it on B&B basis, but on arrival had to pay an extra €10 per person for a cooked breakfast. The accommodation is extremely basic, I would class it more like a hostel than a B&B. If we wanted a taxi back into the village (the only place to get food) it was €5 per person each way, so for my husband and I with our 2 teenagers that would be €40 for a 12km total trip. The hostess was very pleasant and helpful. Overall I feel it was extremely overpriced and just rip off the tourist. The island is an amazing place to visit, with wonderful sights to see, and helpful locals, I will definitely return to this island, but not this accommodation.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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elinzme wrote a review Jun 2019
Singapore, Singapore186 contributions39 helpful votes
This place is now the Aran Walkers Lodge. We stayed here for two nights and enjoyed every minute...didn’t want to leave! Sean and Jules were lovely hosts who gave us loads of tips for the island and sights, and made us feel very welcome. The lodge is a fair way from the pier, but if staying overnight, it’s probably one of the best choices. It’s near the Kilmurvy beach which is amazingly clean and empty of people once the day trippers leave. It’s also near the worm hole and Dun Aengus. They have bikes for rental too, so everything you need is here! Dinner can be found in the nearby Kilmurvy village till 5. Our room had an amazing view of the Dun Aengus and sunrise and sunset. Who could ask for anything more?
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Date of stay: June 2019
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US$97 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Aonghasa’s Walkers Lodge
IrelandWestern IrelandProvince of ConnachtCounty GalwayAran IslandsInishmore
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Frequently Asked Questions about Aran Walkers Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Aran Walkers Lodge?
Nearby attractions include The Worm Hole (Poll na bPeist) (0.00 km), Galway Racecourse (1.0 km), and Kidsplace (0.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Aran Walkers Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Aran Walkers Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Aran Walkers Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Aran Walkers Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Jack Jordans Traditional Take Away and Family Diner, Jack pepperoni Pizza & Pasta, and Enclosure Bar & Bistro.
Are there any historical sites close to Aran Walkers Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Medieval City Walls (3.7 km), Claregalway Castle (7.3 km), and The Lynch Memorial (4.1 km).