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Surrounded by stunning scenery, Clifden Campsite and Caravan Park is a wonderful choice for a holiday in County Galway. The park is located near Clifden at the foot of the Twelve Bens. It is an excellent base for discovering Connemara.
Ben View House is a charming guesthouse in Clifden, County Galway. Built in the mid 19th Century, this guesthouse has plenty of character and has been managed by the same family since 1926.
Centrally located and purpose-built, on a quiet street in the heart of picturesque Clifden, County Galway, Dun Ri offers ideal base for exploring Connemara.
Buttermilk Lodge is a warm, friendly guesthouse just five minutes walk from Clifden in County Galway.
The three-star Connemara Country Lodge is a large, romantic Georgian house set on two acres of grounds, 300 metres from Clifden Town in County Galway.
Benbaun House is a dedicated luxury self-catering accommodation, ideal for exploring Ireland’s wild countryside, located in the beautiful coastal town of Clifden, Capital of Connemara in County Galway.
Overlooking the harbour, The Quay House is one of Clifden's oldest buildings. It has 15 individually furnished rooms, most with balconies and some with working fireplaces.
Situated in the picturesque town of Clifden, County Galway, Foyles Hotel is one of the longest established hotels in Connemara. This charming three-star accommodation has been managed by the Foyles family for over a century.
The Abbeyglen Castle Hotel is located on the aptly named Sky Road, overlooking the quaint alpine like village of Clifden, Connemara, County Galway.
Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant is in the heart of Connemara, with magnificent sea views over Ardbear Bay, this long established boutique hotel offers individually decorated rooms, many overlooking the bay.
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