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We were there for 1 night nine of us in total,the weather on the Saturday was great nice and sunny,we would recommend hiring a bike as it is a great way to see the island ( but be careful steep hills and gravel)
Its a true hidden gem , small and quite island .A short ferry trip takes you out to this peaceful island where you can walk and take in the views. We had some pretty heavy rains and the weather was really rough, but eventually it...More
This is possibly one of the most beautiful spots on our planet. It's a real treat. People are friendly and there is a surprising amount of accommodations/lodging available for such a small place. Be sure to walk the island.
We visited Inisbofin on Easter Saturday. We caught the ferry from Cleggan at 11.30 and that was an exciting experience for the kids. We hired bikes when we got to the Island - €44 for the day - and exllored the whole island. Weather was...More
If you want to experience raw rugged Irish beauty, take a trip to Inishbofin but do it in the Summertime. There is a ferry from Cleggan to the Island which costs Euro 20 return, In the Summer there are two ferries per day and one...More
If you love nature, the sea, and rugged landscapes, be prepared to fall in love with 'Bofin. The islanders are friendly, helpful and rightly proud of their home. It's the kind of place that offers a magical experience whatever the weather. Hire a bike. It's...More
Visit Inishbofin, it's a spectacular island about 40 minutes on a ferry from Cleggan (€20 Return, 2-3 Daily). There are 3 loop walks. We did the Eastern and Western walks, both offered beautiful scenery, and were approx 2-3 hours long each, very manageable even if...More
If you're looking to escape the rat race fora few hours get the ferry to Inishboffin from Cleggan pier. Half an hour or so will find you on the island. The scenery is magnificent, the well signposted walks are just challenging enough to be interesting,...More
We spent two nights on Inishbofin and enjoyed every minute. Inishbofin House Hotel was great - clean rooms, plenty of hot water, friendly helpful staff, good food, luggage carried to and from ferry - all good.
If there is one thing that you should do while in the West of Ireland it definitely has to be a trip to Inishbofin. It's a magical place stuck in time. If you need to relax and get away from it all then this is...More