An Crúiscín Lán Hotel offers excellent accommodation in the heart of Spiddal Village. We have 14 rooms in total ranging from doubles, twins and family rooms. All rooms are en-suite and come equipped with a digital television, tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi.
Designated free parking bays are available directly outside the Hotel as well as additional parking to the rear of the property. For more details please contact a member of staff.
“The Crúiscín Lán is owner operated by the Foye Family who have provided the people of Spiddal and tourists alike with the finest food, drink and friendly accommodation for over 20 years. All our meat, poultry and fish are locally sourced and delivered fresh to your table.”
Enjoy dining in a relaxing, friendly setting. Choose from a creative menu of locally sourced meats, poultry and fresh Atlantic fish. These tempting dishes can be further enhanced by our extensive wine list, popular lagers and beers as well as craft beers native to Connemara. We can cater for a total of 80 diners and for any specific dietary requirements. We also provide an extensive range of gluten free dishes. The intimacy of the restaurant makes it an ideal venue for private bookings, functions or special occasions.
We serve breakfast from 8:30am till 12pm, Monday to Friday, Lunch daily from 12pm till 5pm and evening meals from 5pm until late.
A craft beer is a beer with a distinctive flavour, produced and distributed in a particular region. For example, Carraroe, a few miles down the road, is home to Independent Brewing Company under the stewardship of Kevin O’Hara, who provides our bottled stouts. We also stock a blonde ale from the Donegal Brewing Company, Curim celtic wheat beer, Dungarvan blonde, red and pale ale and Galway Hooker pale ale.
An Crúiscín Lán Hotel is located in the centre of Spiddal village, 20 minutes outside Galway City. Take the R336 Coastal Road for 17kms from Galway City, direction An Spidéal.
An Spidéal (Spiddal village) is a wonderful place to visit at any time of year. The uniqueness of this old fishing village is only matched by the language, culture and history of the locality and people. Spiddal boasts a stunning Gothic Catholic church, a promenade overlooking a gorgeous sandy beach as well as 2 piers used daily for excursions around Galway Bay and the Aran Islands.
The village has two shops, a petrol station, a bank, a chemist and a number of pubs. All the pubs, including the Crúiscín Lán, host traditional Irish music sessions during the summer months.
An Crúiscín Lán Hotel
Tel +353 (0)91 553148