IN PICTURES: One of the most remote hotels off the coast of Donegal can be yours for €400,000

Ever fancied getting out of the rat race and running your own hotel on an island off the coast of Donegal?

Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 5:33 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 6:38 pm
The hotel is for sale on Tory Island, Co. Donegal.

Well, now you can - Ostan Thoraigh on Tory Island is up for sale with an asking price of €400,000 - however, if you're like me and don't have a spare €400,000 sitting around here are a selection of images of the hotel for you to browse at your leisure - for more information visit

Ostan Thoraigh is the only hotel on Tory Island.
The owners have the property on sale with an asking price of 400,000.
The hotel contains 14 bedrooms.
The hotel is located right beside the island's only church. Tory Island in the Parish of Tullaghobegly.
The recently deceased King of Tory, Patsy Dan Rodgers, is buried in the cemetery adjacent to the church.
Tory Island is located approximately nine miles off the North West coast of Donegal.
The hotel is located a stone's throw away from the island's harbour.
One of the hotel's main reception areas with fire place.
The hotel comes with a games room.
The kitchen area in the hotel on Tory Island.
One of the hotel's 14 bedrooms.
The bar area inside the hotel.
One of the hotel's main reception areas.
The current owner, Sean Doherty, was the island's former lighthouse keeper.
The hotel dates as far back as the early 1800s.
The hotel has been the island's biggest employer for a considerable amount of time.
The hotel comes with a restaurant and bar.
One of the hotel's 14 bedrooms.
A well sheltered outside area connected to the hotel.
The dining area inside the hotel on Tory Island, Co. Donegal.
A closer look at the hotel's bar area.
Tory island is part of the Donegal Gaeltacht and has one of the highest rates of native Irish speakers anywhere in Ireland.
The hotel's bar area.
A reception area with a gorgeous open fireplace.
The island outpost has long been a favourite getaway for artists, nature-lovers, bird watchers and many who simply want to switch off for a few days.
The population of the island is 144 according to the 2011 census.