Inis Mor Island
All Year: No
Category: Accommodation Business
Host ID: 60372
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Last Updated: September 6, 2019
WHAT WE DO......
Hospitality! We are a Camping and Glamping business based by the beach in Inis Mor. We accommodate tourists, families and groups in our luxury purpose-built facilities for those looking to either camp and be out in nature or have a luxury seaside experience in our glamping pods. We are here to welcome travellers and ensure they have the best experience possible while visiting the island.
Based off the west coast of Ireland, we are located on the largest of the world famous Aran Islands, Inis Mor.
Inis Mor (pronounced inish more) is one of the Irelands most well known and popular tourist destinations. During the summer months, Inis Mor is a busy vibrant melting pot of people visiting from all over the world. Inis Mor is the epitome of Irish culture offering a really unique and authentic cultural experience through language, music, history, food and drink. Picture yourself here during the Summer days close to the beautiful sandy beaches on one side of the island and jaw-dropping steep cliffs on the other all surrounded by the deep blue sea. By day take in the stunning scenery, by night enjoy a fun nightlife with a variety of food, drink, live music and pubs and restaurants.
Type of help
Cooking / shopping
Help in the house
Cultural exchange and learning opportunities
You will be mixing with people from all over the country and the world, it's a great opportunity to learn about new cultures and meet new people. The island itself has a very unique and welcoming social aspect to it, which is a lot of the reason it is so popular! You will learn life skills, every day we learn something new here from small to big things. You will make great friends and you will be in a very social setting. You will get to enjoy outdoor work with beautiful seaside views. In addition, you will get insight into the hospitality industry and how the day to day operations of business work.
We need people who are motivated, friendly, outgoing and not afraid of hard work. The usual working day here can consist of anything from welcoming and checking in/out guests, to housekeeping, general maintenance, cleaning, cooking and laundry.
Teamwork and flexibility are very important here we all have to pull together every morning/afternoon to get the work done. The hours are generally 3-4 hours per day to get the work done and the evenings are yours to relax, explore or grab a beer and watch the sunset. Candidates should be social, mannerly, positive, fit, healthy, willing and flexible.
WHAT WE OFFER
You will be provided with seaside accommodation sharing with other workawayers.
You will have access to laundry, cooking, wifi and bike hire facilities as part of our offering.
All meals will be provided by a weekly shop and you can decide to cook as a group or individually.
Complimentary access to Dun Aonghus, the most visited attraction on Inis Mor.
-Must be over 23
-Must be a diligent worker
-Must be a clean and tidy person
-Must be social and welcoming
-Must be flexible and positive (no negative nancy's)
We can only take people with EU passports or valid work visas for Ireland (if you're from a non-Eu country can you confirm if you have one of these).
English, Irish, Italian, Spanish, French
30-second walk from a quiet sandy beach on the Wild Atlantic ocean.
Dorm room with bunk beds so you may be sharing with more workawyers.
A shared lounge and cooking space in the campsite communal kitchen.
5-minute walk from shops, restaurants and pubs.
A weekly shop decided by you is done every week for the group for your lunch and dinner meals. Breakfast is a mixture of cereals, bread, fruit etc. You can take turns cooking for each other or cook individually, it's up to you!
What else ...
Most common activities on the island are bicycle hire, dining out, fishing, pub crawls, pony & trap trips, bus tours. The island is also very inspiring for artists for writing, painting and music... Very suitable for bird watchers as well. Strong social life in the pubs.
3-4 hours per day, 5 days a week