The place is adorable, comprised of 6 B&B rooms and a main room that serves as a cafe with picnic tables clustered inside and umbrella tables outside. It's really more of a meeting place or stop off for tourists who hike around the island. Two minutes after i arrived, people were flooding in for coffee and tea and cakes. I met a group of Irish musicians, mainly married couples, who come here annually and later I heard them play in a local pub. If you want to 'experience' Ireland, do come here. The ferry takes half an hour and is an experience in itself. This side of the island is picturesque, and you can hitch a ride to and from the ferry/pier/etc with Dermot who is also the Ferry Captain. Caroline is swept off her feet with the cafe side and manages to give you royal treatment in additon to managing everything else. Every corner of the cafe and guest rooms boast imaginative nautical features, created by Dermot himself, a second generation sea captain. if you like to hike, you'll love it here. Or you can sit in the cafe all day, watching the view, meeting people, or endulging your computer addition. I'd have to give it 5 stars for the most relaxing vacation day ever, filled with intrigue.