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Situated in the scenic village of Leenane, County Galway, overlooking the stunning Killary Harbour, Ireland's only fjord, the Leenane Hotel is a three-star accommodation that dates back to the 18th century, when it was a coaching inn.
Killary Adventure Centre is nestled in the Connemara Mountains, on the Wild Atlantic Way, overlooking the Blueway of Killary Harbour. Offering bed and breakfast and hostel options with a wide range of adventure activities on site.
Delphi Lodge is a delightful 1830's country house and fishing lodge in one of the most spectacular settings in Leenane, County Galway. It offers charming accommodation, glorious scenery, great food and tranquility at affordable prices.
Aasleagh Lodge combines luxury accommodation with top quality fresh local cuisine. Visit Aasleagh Lodge and experience a holiday like no other, a true escape into the wilds of Connemara.
There are five delightful holiday cottages on the Delphi estate, in County Galway. All the beautifully restored Delphi Holiday Cottages are attractively located in this valley of staggering beauty. Wrens Cottage overlooks Finlough.
There are five delightful holiday cottages on the Delphi estate, in County Galway. All the Delphi Holiday Cottages are attractively located in this valley of staggering beauty. The Boathouse Cottages are four beautifully restored courtyard cottages.
Delphi Resort is located on a 300 acre site in the scenic Delphi Valley, located near Leenane, in Connemara, County Galway. The resort encompasses a 4-star hotel, a hostel, adventure centre, spa, café, and 2 restaurants.
The Connemara Hostel – part of Galway’s highly rated Sleepzone Hostel Group – is one of the most spectacularly situated hostels in Europe, over looking Killary Harbour in the heart of Connemara.
From only €133 pps
From €1173 for a family of 4 - 2 adults and 2 children.
From €1395 for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children)
From €925 for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children)
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