Things to do
Inis Meáin (Inish Maan) is a quiet, peaceful and natural place, ideal for bringing a young family, or for keen walkers, divers, nature lovers and generally for people looking to de-stress, reconnect and recharge for a few days.
It is also home to one of the stronger Gaeltachts and offers a place to converse, learn and practice Irish in everyday life.
Contact us for group rates for BnB or self catering options.
Really the whole island is a walkers haven, there are lots of options for road and off road walks. Three looped walks are marked and can be seen on www.discoverireland.ie
Inis Meáin (Inish Maan) offers great fishing opportunities. The old pier is a popular spot with visitors and locals alike. You can see locals also fishing from the rocks at the back Synge’s chair at certain times. Talk to Màirtìn in the BnB about tide times and good places for fishing and some gear if needed .
Visit the Beach
There is long stretches of smooth sand at Ceann Gainimh (which means Sand Head) and try to spot a seal ...they pop their head out of the ocean now and again to check out what’s happening.
Swimming off pier & rocks
The most popular beach for swimming is Trá Leitreach this beach is a few minutes walk or cycle from the BnB. Swimming at Ceann Gainimh is also an option and the place is beautiful in the morning sun.
There is a bike hire nearthe old hotel. Cycling can be a great way to get around the island roads though there are a few hills.
There are a number of restaurants on the island including the award winning Inis Meain Suites. Details are available in the B&B. If you are arriving on evening boat we would recommend you pre-book your meal.
The Island's Pub
The local gathering point and watering hole, good Guinness, music and craic.
Flowers and bird watching
Imagine relaxing back into a steaming bath of wild atlantic seaweed. Your skin feels smooth and renewed, tension, aches and pains simply slip away-a great way to unwind any time.
On request for minimal cost.