To Stay
Inis Meáin isn’t for everybody. If you get bored easily, need shopping centres and burgers, panic when you have no connection for your mobile phone or don’t like walking it is not the place for you…
"An Dún" B&B and Restaurant
Teresa Faherty
Our short menu offers fresh wholesome food all produced in our own kitchen and using home grown ingredients from our own garden as well as local seafood and sea vegetables. Berry crumbles and tarts, seaweed desserts, seafood selection, brisket stew, local lamb casserole and traditional Irish breads. Dinner is available nightly from March to November. Booking is essential. Lunch is available during the summer months.
Tel.: +353 (0) 99-73047
Mobile: +353 (0) 87 6806251
E-mail: anduninismeain@eircom.net
Website:
www.inismeainaccommodation.ie

 "Creig Mor" B&B
Angela Faherty
cooks a nice fresh dinner for her guests and walk-inn’s, ask what‘s on the menu.
Tel.: +353 (0) 99 73012
Mobile: 086 6084584
E-mail: creigmor@gmail.com

"Cois Cuain" B&B
It's a warm family friendly house with a cosy sitting room with television and a woodstove for chilly evenings. Located very close to the old pier and the beach. Wonderful views of the sunrise, Inis Oirr and the cliffs of Moher. Five minutes walk to the pub and villages. Group rates availble.
Tel.: +353 (0) 879728796
E-mail: coiscuain12@eircom.net

"Tig Congaile" B&B and Restaurant
Vilma Congaile
“Dishes are prepared with a twist, and whether you call it fusion or progressive cuisine, the end result is tasty food. Innovative cooking isn’t all of it. Our ingredients are locally sourced, as far as we can manage while still bringing you the tastiest plate possible. Greens are grown with adherence to organic farming standards in our garden and greenhouse. Seafood, which we like to think of as our speciality, arrives in the kitchen fresh from the sea around the island. We know it is because we catch it ourselves most of the time. And talking of the sea, that’s what you’ll be gazing out over from your table. A lovely, warm fire keeps you cosy, while you share some time and a glass of French wine with your friends or your loved ones, or even while you enjoy some quiet time with yourself.”
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner from April to October. Although we do accept walk-ins for dinner, we encourage you to book before 4pm to ensure you’ll get a table.

Tel.: +353 (0)9973085
Mobile: +353 (0)872035171
E-mail: bbinismeain@gmail.com
Website: www.inismeainbb.com

Boutique Hotel

“Inis Meáin Restaurant and Suites”
Our restaurant is situated in the most elementary of natural environments where the combination of clean earth, water and air provide optimum conditions for the purest produce.
We create a four course dinner that changes nightly, based around the best ingredients that the island has to offer at any given time. The restaurant is open from 7.30pm and dinner is served at 8pm to a maximum of 18 guests. The space offers a taste-the-view dining experience with a sweeping expanse of glass revealing the surrounding island and ocean.
These elements of environment, food, space and service have been carefully married to provide a convivial atmosphere and a unique dining experience.
The restaurant is open from April to the end of September and reservations are available to suite guests from Monday through to Saturday nights inclusive, and for non-suite guests from Wednesday through to Saturday nights inclusive.

Website: www.inismeain.com

Selfcatering (also bicycle hire):
Tigh Tom Mhoir was a fisherman's cottage built in 1945 by Colm Tom Mhoir.He and his wife Bridget raised 8 children predominantly relying on fishing and farming as a source of income.Since then the house has been renovated lovingly by Colm (son )and his wife Finuala in 2014.Although changes have been made this house boasts it's original character. It's ideally located with wonderful sea views and close to the important amenities beach,restraurant and the local pub.It sleeps 8 people ,2 bathrooms, living room/dining room with solid fuel stove,well equiped kitchen. It also has oil fired central heating. Ideal place to relax and enjoy. House for up to 8 people.
Finuala and Colm
Mobile: 0877746212
E-mail: finuala@eircom.net


Selfcatering Apts
Anna and Jarlath's
Tel.:+ 353 (0)86 3067282

Teach Osta:The Pub
This is the traditional type pub and is situated in the middle of the villages on the main road that crosses the island. Cosy and intimate with an open fire on chilly days and a great outdoor sitting space for the sunny ones. The pub is rarely packed and the locals and tourists chat quietly. During the summer month’s musicians play traditional tunes and you’ll be able to experience the real “craig”. During the rest of the year a sing along can happen at any time. Great Guinness. No food, but a nice toasted sandwich till 8 pm, after that just crisps. Open from around 12 am during the season, no closing time. Out of season just the weekends.

Tea garden Seál
Is a small vegetarian dining room (seomra mór) restaurant /café based in Tigh Cháit, one of the former local shops in the centre of Inis Meáin.
We offer a decorated Fairtrade coffee, different kinds of tea (herbals, grown in the garden), syrup from the (Inis Meáin) elderberry tree or a Fairtrade hot chocolate with bakery freshly made in our own cooker. For a simple but nutricious lunch there is vegetable tart, soup, salad or various sandwiches available. Dinner (three courses) is available on reservation.

 

Update: donderdag 25 februari 2016