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An Dún Accommodation
Inis Meain, Aran Islands, Co. Galway
An Dún B&B is located in the center of the island. Though not the smallest it is the quietest island of the 3 Aran Islands.
Inis Meain is the middle island and the perfect base to explore the 3 islands. An Dún is an ideal half way stop on The Wild Atlantic Way
"A place of total escape from the modern world."
Owned and run by Teresa and Padraic Faherty An Dún provides a comfortable and friendly place to stay surrounded by culture, scenic views and great wholesome food.
Open to guests from March to November.
What We Offer
We have 5 ensuite rooms all with wonderful views of the Atlantic Ocean and the unique Aran Islands landscape.
Each room has different layout, with simple and bright decor with the scenic views from all the rooms being the main feature.
Note: Breakfast is included when booked via this website.
Internet: Free WIFI in most parts of the property.
Check In: From 2 pm. We cater for over 12 year olds.
Check Out: 11am.
Room Service: It is our policy to respect guests privacy so room servicing is only done after a 3 night stay.
Cancellation Policy: There is a 21 day cancellation policy, full payment will be deducted for late cancellations and ” no shows”. In the event of severe weather causing all ferries/flights cancellations there will be no cancellation fee.
Children over 12 welcome.
Credit & Debit Cards accepted
2 Euro fee for all credit card transaction. ( There is no Booking fee).
When booked in advance we offer dinner with fresh wholesome ingredient mostly local and with produce from our own kitchen garden.
Berry crumbles and tarts, seaweed desserts, seafood selection, brisket stew, local lamb casserole and traditional Irish breads.
Packed lunch also available to take out.
Explore Our Island
Inis Meain is the most unspoilt and tranquil location in western Europe. Walking the narrow roads and rugged coastline will clear your mind and lift your spirit.
Experience the 4000 year old stone ring forts, a megalithic tomb, beehive hut and the ruins of the tiny 8th to 9th century church.
Harry Clarke stained glass windows, J. M. Synge cottage, Designer knit ware shop and factory, Traditional 100 year old pub as well as bird watching, cycling and snorkeling in our crystal clear Atlantic Ocean."
Things To Do
Walking is the way to go. The island is 5km x 3Km with wonderful nature walks an abundance of wild flowers, miles of stone walls, tiny fields and stunning quietness.