401 Accommodation, 40 Events , 542 Things to do
There are seven three bedroomed, ground floor cottages standing on the Park Lodge Hotel/Óstan na Páirce grounds in County Galway. This location is a haven of peace and relaxation and an ideal base for daily trips to Connemara or the Aran Islands.
Ard na Ceibhe is a four bedroom, fully furnished, self catering house on its own grounds overlooking the picturesque Spiddal harbour and Galway Bay, in County Galway.
Walsh's Bakery & Coffee Shop, located on Market Street in Clifden, Connemara, is a second-generation family operated craft bakery established in 1953.
Jul 05 2014 - Jul 06 2014
A celebration of gardening for all ages set by beautiful river in castle grounds with an expert international panel of speakers; classical music and jazz, poetry, freshly cooked food daily, and kids'...
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Take an island-hopping, five-day walking tour of Ireland’s West Atlantic seaboard, with Connemara Safari Guided Walking Holidays in Clifden, County Galway.
A small, family-run hotel located in a quiet residential area outside Salthill and Galway City, the Anno Santo Hotel is an excellent choice for both business and leisure travellers. The hotel offers friendly service and comfortable accommodation.
Grattan House Holiday Apartment -1 is a one bedroom apartment in a modern holiday apartment complex. It is situated very close to the seafront in the village of Salthill County Galway and 12 minutes walk to Galway City Centre along the promenade.
The Holiday Hotel is a small 10 bedroom hotel, in Salthill County Galway. This hotel prides itself in being well organised and making their guests feel welcome.
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.
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From €85 pp per week
From €12 per person per night
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