Stay in Clifden and Inishbofin
This is a very special 4 Night package, the first two nights are in Clifden and the second two nights are on Inishbofin with 2 Nights Dinner Bed and Breakfast in the Clifden Station House Hotel and 2 Nights Bed & Breakfast in the Doonmore Hotel on Inishbofin Island, with return Ferry to Inishbofin included.
You will arrive in Clifden and spend the first two days of your break visiting the highlights of Connemara. Exploring Kylemore Abbey, driving the Sky Road and discovering Dogs Bay by day and enjoying a Gourmet 4 Course Meal in the Carriage Restaurant each evening.
On day 3 you will cross the open water and spend an unforgettable 2 nights on one of the Wild Atlantic Ways hidden gems; Inishbofin Island.
€330 per person sharing or
€498 Single Occupancy.
Check-in dates in Clifden
May 2nd • May 24th • May 29th
June 6th • June 13th
This offer is not available online. Limited availability. Booking is only available by calling reservations direct on 095-21699.
Inis Bo Finne (Island of the White Cow) lies seven miles off the Connemara coast.
The island is 5.7km by 4km, and the main activities on the island today are tourism, farming and fishing. There are five townlands, West Quarter, Fawnmore, Middle Quarter, Cloonamore and Knock.
Several safe award winning sandy beaches strewn with shells and with crystal clear water make swimming, snorkelling and diving a joy. For the more adventurous, the islands waters make for spectacular diving.
Inishbofin is a breeding area for many species of birds. The rarest or most threatened species breeding on the island at present are the Corncrake. The Corncrake have been nesting and breeding on Inishbofin for many years. For the athletic traveller to Connemara there are exciting mountain walks, hill climbing and excellent shore angling. Inishbofin has become an important centre for traditional Irish music and song with its own Ceilí band. Inishbofin plays host to many visiting musicians and artists.
It is estimated that Bofin was inhabited as far back as 8000 – 4000 B.C. The first documented history of the island dates from early Christian times. As you sail around the tower and signal light into the harbour you will notice Cromwell’s 16th Century Barracks. It was used as a prison for catholic priests from all over the country after the English Statute of 1585 declared them guilty of high treason.