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The Galleon Restaurant, in Sa;thill, has been successfully catering for individuals, families and groups who enjoy and appreciate quality, service and value since 1965.
A renowned restaurant and coffee shop, Galway Bakery Company (GBC) dates back to the 1930s. Located just off Eyre Square, it is an excellent place for a quick snack or full meal combined with a friendly atmosphere and quality service.
A family-run restaurant for four generations, McDonagh's Seafood House in Galway City serves up a range of quality seafood, from Clarenbridge oyster to salmon and crab. There is also a Fish & Chips Bar.
Children's play centre with slides, ball pools, bouncy castles, painting corner, climbing frames, baby / toddler area and much, much, more !
Atlantic Language School is a premium-choice English Language School. Established in 1993, the school is accredited by the Irish Government's Department of Education and Science.
Providing Daily Tours to the Burren & Connemara regions all year round. Full & Half Day Tours available.
Located at Garvey's Inn in Galway City, Garvey's Bar and Restaurant is in close proximity to all amenities and local attractions. It sits overlooking Eyre Square in the heart of the city.
Judy Greene Pottery was established in 1982 in the heart of Galway City. Specialising in hand thrown terracotta, Potter Judy Greene's pieces feature depictions of Irish flora and landscape.
The ultimate in fun and entertainment, indoor facilities for all the family.
Experience the darker side of Galway's medieval past with turbulent tales of siege, rebellion and religious strife.
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