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Lonely Planet review
Not far from the pier, Guatemalan-born Vilma Conneely serves guests freshly ground coffee from her native land, but it's her use of local foods that really wins plaudits. Her sea-vegetable soup is famous and best enjoyed – if possible – at a table outside. The dining room is open to nonguests (lunch dishes from €5, dinner from €20), but you must book. The seven rooms are spacious and have starkly iconic views.
Our independent authors have visited Tig Congaile and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Inishmaan.
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