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Alison went out of her way to make our stay a great one. She had our room ready early, got up early to make us breakfast after we decided to take the first ferry of the day back due to a storm, and arranged for...More
We stayed here on Inishmore for two nights. Miss Alison is a wonderful hostess and cook. I had suffered a fall off a bicycle and had a bad sprain and ripped up my arm. Alison offered us a set of walking sticks which helped us...More
With only four rooms, Mary Joes B&B is a small and cosy establishment, expertly run by the wonderful Alison. What a lovely young lady.
Everything about the experience was great right from the first email exchanges through to arrival, assistance with a tour and a...More
My wife and I were very lucky to have found Mary Joe's B&B for our two-night stay on Inis Mòr this past September. From our arrival on the pier all the way through to catching our ferry back to Ros an Mhíl, Alison was an...More
My wife and I visited Inis Mór, and based on Trip Advisor reviews we decided to stay at Mary Joe's B&B. We were glad we did. Mary Joe has turned over operation of the B&B to her daughter Allison who is a most charming hostess....More
Thanks for your answer we will book in with you later in the year. My wife has decided we need to spend two days on the island to relax after a long drive from Sligo! In the meantime can you advise us about the bird watching... More
Thanks for your answer we will book in with you later in the year. My wife has decided we need to spend two days on the island to relax after a long drive from Sligo! In the meantime can you advise us about the bird watching opportunities on the island. When we visited Perth last year we went with someone who provided guided tours. Does anyone on the island provide that service and where can we get some info from.