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Lonely Planet review
On the path leading to Dún Aengus is this grand 18th-century stone mansion. It's a beautiful setting and the 12 rooms are well maintained. Hearty meals (dinner €30) incorporate vegetables from the garden, and local fish and meats. You can swim at a pretty beach that's a short walk from the house.
Our independent authors have visited Kilmurvey House and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Inishmór.
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