Walking distance.station nearby.lovely hotel.staff very helpful and happy.lovely food.room clean warm and comfortable.plenty of space for two in twin room
Lovely food in the Bistro. Room and staff amazing! Breakfast facilities excellent. My husband agrees....
Great location, great breakfast, friendly and efficient dtaff. Only downside for this stay was that the room was right st the extractor fans for the restaurant and did not stop until around 9.30pm the noise wad annoying. Have stayed here lots of times and every other room we had was excellent.
Lovely reception and bar, nice staff, €8 a day for parking is expensive for staying in the hotel while other hotels nearby give free parking. Comfortable bed, quiet at night. The heating was way too hot though. Great location, will stay again otherwise
This was a return visit for myself and my sister, and before leaving we booked again for next year. Time stands still here and we adore the whole ambiance of the hotel. We dress for dinner aboard the Pullman restaurant, pure 1920's style, that's our choice as no dress code. Silver service, afternoon ...
fabulous boutique hotel. Staff so professional. Room so comfortable. Cocktails little beauties. Dinner portions a bit on the small side, that was the only fault! Will def come back.
Situated in Galway, this luxury bed & breakfast is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Galway Bay and within 3 miles (5 km) of University Hospital Galway and National University of Ireland-Galway. Eyre Square is 3 mi (4.9 km) away.
L’hôtel est magnifique, mais dans un quatre-étoiles il serait bien d’avoir un minibar avec de l’eau fraîche
With inspiring scenery and a constant flow of festivals, Galway is perhaps the most exciting town of its size anywhere. Arrive in July to catch two big events, the film and arts festivals (and you can count 20 others across the calendar year). Or give your muscles and mind great workouts when you scuba dive or kayak. You can even view spawning salmon swimming below the streets. Amazingly, townhouses, inns and cheap hotels in Galway are readily available for €40-€50 per night, so you’ll have lots of cash for sightseeing. For great views of Galway Bay, look in the Salthill area or to be in the centre, Eyre Square and the Spanish Arch area are good value. For the cheapest deals, pick a time before or after summer, and let ebookers arrange everything.
Since it’s not a metropolis, you rely on your feet to experience Galway. You can very easily walk to Rusheen Bay to windsurf your way into breathlessness. The moody Gothic castle called Lynch’s and parts of medieval walls still stand in the city centre, close to many hotels in Galway, so you can photograph with ease. The National Aquarium sits nearby on the ocean’s edge, so delight yourself with its sharks and seahorses. It’s also possible to take a bus (about 2 euros) or taxi (no more than 7 euros across town) from Galway hotels, and a rail system goes to nearby towns. Some of the festival sites are over an hour’s travel away. If you like food, catch the oyster festival in September, which is right in town. You’ll easily find inexpensive restaurants serving Irish and other ethnic foods, plus seafood, in the town centre. Of course, you can also eat well in the better Galway hotels. As for nightlife, invigorate yourself in the popular dance bars and great pubs with live, traditional music. After all, this is the cultural soul of Ireland.
With excellent prices year-round, hotels in Galway are as irresistible as this fascinating town. Most tourist sites are conveniently situated, so you will have a full day without going more than a few kilometres. Allow ebookers to introduce you to the wild west of Ireland.
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