Jameson Court self-catering apartments in Salthill, Galway, make a great base for exploring Galway and the West of Ireland. The complex comprises 27 one-bed, two-bed village apartments, two-bed seaview apartments and also two penthouse apartments.
With a great location in seaside Salthill, Galway, Jameson Court apartments are a great choice for those planning a self-catering break in the West of Ireland.
This apartment complex is within walking distance of plenty of restaurant and pubs and offers 27 one-bed, two-bed village apartments, two-bed seaview apartments and also two penthouse apartments.
Each apartment has modern furnishing, a plasma TV, full kitchen, separate laundry room, an en suite master bedroom and Wi-Fi on request for an additional charge. All the apartments have lift access and free underground private parking.
The complex is designed with only two apartments on each floor which allows for greater privacy and quietness.
One-bed apartments are situated at the back of the development and are perfect for solo travellers or couples. They comprise almost 750 square feet so you’ll have plenty of space.
The two-bed Seaview apartments are also located at the back of the development offering views over Galway Bay. In addition, each two-bedroom apartment benefits from either a balcony or deck, so guests can make the most of the location and the sea air.
The two Penthouse Apartments are both situated on the fifth floor and boast panoramic views over Galway Bay, the Clare Hills and Galway City. These apartments are over 1,300 square feet, allowing you plenty of additional space to relax and enjoy.
As well as pubs and restaurants, guests will find casinos, supermarkets and coffee shops all within walking distance of the apartments. Galway City is also a short distance away. Galway, the cultural capital of the west, boasts attractions and amenities like the Spanish Arch which was built in 1854 and Galway City Museum which tells the story of the city and its surroundings with artwork and objects from the medieval times to the present day.
Or what about a visit to Nora Barnacle’s House? Nora was the James Joyce’s wife and is said to have provided the inspiration for the character Molly Bloom in Ulysses. Visitors will also love the Saturday and Sunday Market which takes place every weekend beside St Nicholas’s Church. The market sells a variety of local produce including fruit, vegetables, cheeses, jewellery and hand-made items.
Many visitors are also drawn by the fantastic array of festivals that take place here. The Baboro International Arts Festival for Children is held annually in October while the Galway Arts Festival thrills visitors in July. Or what about the Galway Oyster Festival in September or the world-famous Galway Races in July each year.