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With access to its own beach, Renvyle Beach Caravan and Camping Park is ideal for families visiting Connemara and County Galway. The park, which is located in Tullybeg, provides quality, well-maintained facilities for visitors.
A Gaelic-speaking park, Pairc Saoire an Spideil is a great base for exploring the West of Ireland, including the beautiful Aran Islands. Found just outside Spiddal Village, the park is an excellent place to experience the Irish language and culture.
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.
Currarevagh House is a charming country mansion, built in 1842, romantically situated beside Lough Corrib, County Galway, in 180 acres of private woodlands. The relaxing atmosphere and classically simple menus receive much international praise.
Crocnaraw Country House is a charming old period house on the shores of Ballinakill Bay in the heart of Connemara, County Galway. Close to Letterfrack National Park and the island of Inisbofin.
Adare Guesthouse is a family owned and run three-star guesthouse that is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, within a five minute walk of Galway City centre. The guesthouse offers luxury and comfort twinned with traditional hospitality and service.
Rio Guesthouse in Salthill, County Galway, is conveniently located for exploring Ireland's stunning west coast. Just outside Galway City, nightlife, beaches and beautiful landscape are all on the doorstep.
Ard Einne House a family run accommodation for over 30 years. Ard Einne has six comfortable cottage style bedrooms, beautifully appointed with a spectacular view from each window. The house is located in peaceful surroundings ideal for exploring.
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