We stayed here for 2 nights and loved every minute of our stay. Great location right at the harbour and overlooking the island’s blue flag beach. We were warmly welcomed by Cora who was a very friendly and helpful host. Great breakfast too.Would definitely recommend this bnb to anyone visiting Clare island.
Myself and a friend stayed here for one night in July. The location beside the ferry and the beach was perfect. The bedroom was fabulous as was the breakfast. If I was going back to Clare Island, I’d definitely stay here. Cora was very welcoming, approachable and helpful.
A lovely clean bed and breakfast located on a beautiful island we were welcomed by the host and made feel like we were at home from the moment we landed until we left. The accommodation was excellently kept and the cooking was the finest you get. The island as a whole was a very friendly place with amazing sights to see. A different way of life and a very relaxing experience. I would highly recommend and I will return again.
My family and I went to visit Clare Island for the recent Feile Ceol which is a weekend festival of Irish music and dance. Our late father was reared on the island so it is avery special place to us. Eight of us stayed at Granuaille House and all came away saying that it was simply wonderful. From the tea and scones (made by Bernard), the big breakfasts, the lovely rooms and the stunning location – everything was perfect. We will be returning very soon. Thank you Mary and Bernard and your lovely family.
A ferry ride across Clew Bay, stepping across the dock, past the O’Malley tower, into a beautiful B&B home, welcomed by owner Mary and her family. We were served freshly baked delicious scones upon our arrival on Clare Island. Breakfast was also delicious. We were travelling as a group of ten women following the life of Grace O’Malley. This home, located next to the small sandy beach, within steps to the water and a secluded beach cove, was a great place to stay. The rooms are delightfully decorated.