We spent a night on Tory in August 2013. Had a brilliant time. There were 2 families and 1 couple. We arrived at the pier and were met by the King of Tory and the owner of the hotel, Sean. He was expecting us as we had booked rooms for the night.
On arrival we had a lovely lunch and went off to explore the Island. We only made it to the west of the Island, the lighthouse and the graveyard. We will have to go back next year to see the East of the Island. While we were out walking, one of our group rang us to find out if we would like lobster for dinner. It was gorgeous and very reasonably priced.
That evening we were entertained by the King of Tory and we even got to see the 'brush' dance performed by one of the locals.
Next morning breakfast was lovely and we got to see the art gallery on the island and the children got to use the fantastic play park.
We will definitely be back to see the rest of the Island and once again experience the warm welcome of the owners.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All rooms are private and en-suite with shower and bath facilities. Also family and disabled rooms available. ... more less