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Set on the magical island of Inishbofin, just off the beautiful Connemara coast, the Dolphin Hotel and Restaurant is a friendly family run hotel well known for its delicious food and warm island welcome. With hill walking, cycling and angling.
Maol Reidh Hotel is a small, family-run accommodation located in Tullycross Village, County Galway. The hotel dates back to 2002 and offers modern bedrooms in addition to fine cuisine at its Lydon Room restaurant.
Located just outside the picturesque harbour village of Kinvara on N67, off N18, the scenic coastal route to Aillwee Caves, The Burren, Cliffs of Moher and 1 hour from Shannon Airport.
Carrowgarriff House is a large, seven bedroomed house, newly built, with all new modern conveniences outside the beautiful coastal town of Kinvara, County Galway. All the rooms are ensuite.
Warm friendly home in quiet historical site within walking distance of city centre and beach. Property is close to university and shopping. Facilities include Internet access and WIFI, Multi channel TV. Premises offers Queen beds. All Tours can be arranged.
Harbour House is a spacious, family-run B&B situated in the pretty fishing village of Cleggan, County Galway.
The four-star Kinvara guesthouse is located in the picturesque fishing village of Kinvara on the shores of Galway Bay. This beautiful guesthouse with unrivalled natural beauty on its doorstep, is ideally positioned to visit the Burren region.
Island View House - superbly located in Roundstone. Large well appointed rooms offering stunning sea & mountain views are all ensuite. Tea/coffee, hairdryers, TV, free Wifi, complimentary refreshments on arrival. Books/magazines available for guests.
The Arches is a dormer-style home with garden and outdoor patio for visitors use. Private parking, horse riding, golf and fishing nearby.
Hillside House is located between the mountains and the sea, overlooking Kilkieran Bay in the heart of Connemara.
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