Accommodation in Galway, Ireland West
Bed & Breakfast : 8 bedroom, breakfast included
Blue Quay is Clifden’s newest place to stay. Part of the house is nearly 200 years old and all but one of the bedrooms has a view of the harbour. All rooms have good showers with new plumbing. A...
Hostel : 17 bedroom, breakfast included
The Connemara Hostel is the ideal location from which to explore the beauty of Connemara. Within easy reach by car from the gorgeous Kylemore Abbey and the stunning Connemara National Park not to ment...
Guesthouse : 11 bedroom, breakfast included
Portfinn Lodge Guesthouse is located in the picturesque village of Leenane, Co. Galway, overlooking the majestic Killary Fjord – Ireland's only fjord, in the heart of Connemara. Portfinn is a short ...
Hotel : 20 bedroom, breakfast included
In the heart of Connemara and with magnificent sea views over Ardbear Bay, this long established boutique hotel offers individually decorated rooms, many overlooking the bay & a superb award-winning r...
Bed & Breakfast : 6 bedroom, breakfast included
Freeport House is located on the R336 Coast Road to Connemara only 15 minutes drive from Galway City. It is in the heart of the scenic Barna Village beside The Twelve Hotel and Donnellys of Barna whic...
Bed & Breakfast : 4 bedroom, breakfast included
Kermor is a blue and yellow house, facing the sea and viewing the famous 12 pins. quiet and friendly ambience, quality breakfast with gluten free and dairy free possibilities. You can find near to us...
Guesthouse : 10 bedroom, breakfast included
Nestling in its’ landscaped 2-acre gardens, the purpose-built Georgian style elegant Connemara Country Lodge offers its guests a truly warm Irish welcome – a Céad Míle Fáilte. Guest accommodat...
Bed & Breakfast : 4 bedroom, breakfast included
200 year old Guinness Lodge overlooking Lough Mask. Ballykine House Bed & Breakfast offers select accommodation with all rooms en suite, central heating and TV in all rooms and games room and library ...
Hostel : 25 bedroom, breakfast included
The K2 building is an environmentally sensitive structure which can sleep up to 98 people in a range of 4 and 6 bedded dorm-style rooms and twin/double rooms. It boasts full catering facilities and a ...
Guesthouse : 15 bedroom, breakfast included
Built in 1820 and perched on the edge of Clifden Harbour, The Quay House has fifteen individually furnished bedrooms with private bathrooms. All have either balconies or terraces and most have harbou...
About county Galway
A visit to Galway City Museum or the National Aquarium will easily happily fill a wet afternoon. On sunny days your options are endless. The clean beaches in Salthill draw crowds of swimmers and the city streets come to life with buskers and street performers. With Connemara on your doorstep a visit to Kylemore Abbey or Ashford Castle while taking in the magnificent mountains and lakes of Connemara National Park on your way is also highly recommended. The unspoilt Burren region across Galway Bay in Clare is also worth a visit. The weathered limestone landscape holds traces of the past with megalithic tombs, ringforts, cairns, holy wells, souterrains and stone walls scattered throughout the area to explore.
Whether its drama, traditional music, late night clubs or simply soaking up the vibe on the bustling city streets, you’ll find plenty to do at night in Galway. The Town Hall Theatre is the best option for seeing a visiting production company’s latest dramatic performance. There are many nightclubs dotted around Eyre Square. Alternatively walk down shop street to Latin Quarter near Quay Street and you’ll find plenty of old world bars where you can sit by a turf fire and join in the craic.
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Galway City is a thriving, bohemian, cultural city on the western coast of Ireland. Along with being a popular seaside destination with beautiful beaches and long winding promenade, it also has a buzzing cosmopolitan city centre. The city is a joy to explore with its labyrinthine cobbled streets, colourful shop facades and busy café/ bar culture. The city is also well known for its many festivals throughout the year with huge crowds gathering for the annual Galway Arts Festival, Races and numerous other events.
Cities and villages in county Galway
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Galway visitor attractions
Connemara National Park, Quay Street, Salthill Promenade, Galway Cathedral, Kayaking & Canoeing, Galway Bay, Aran Island, Tig Coili, Roisin Dubh, Galway's Latin Quarter, Rinville Park, Salthill Beaches, Eyre Square, Taaffes Pub, Quiet Man Bridge, Galway Atlantaquaria, The Kings Head, The Spanish Arch, Teach an Phiarsaigh, St. Augustine's Church, Galway Arts Centre, Bunowen Castle, Dunsandle Castle and Woods, Hackett Castle.