No one was home when we arrived, but this is a remote part of Ireland where they leave the doors unlocked and we let ourselves in. When the young son arrived about 30 minutes later he allowed me to use their Internet terminal to check emails. The room we stayed in was ordinary and fairly small, and didn't have either a television or tea and coffee making tools, which are a staple in every other place I've ever stayed in Ireland. 32 euro PP. Breakfast was good. There aren't many guest houses or B&B's in the area. We'd never been to the Mullet Peninsula, and probably wouldn't go back, but I'm glad we went once. Carne Links golf course outside of town looks awesome, and gets a high ranking from Golf Digest. Had an excellent Chinese meal at the Phoenix restaurant downtown. A good bar was An Cheibh also downtown. We had a lovely sunny day so we drove the peninsula, but I'm guessing it's a little bleak on a rainy day. All road signs are in Gaelic too.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking