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Set in extensive gardens this hotel was splendid. Comfortable and well appointed room, good lounge facilities, excellent restaurant for both dinner and breakfast and very friendly staff. We were made to feel at home and our dog was warmly welcomed.
This lodge is beautiful, it's a bit off of the beaten path (about 11 km) but the view of the lake is completely worth it. The owners are great and very friendly, and the room was spacious and clean.
Lovely location with great beach views and access. B&B owners are helpful and friendly, offering wonderful tea/coffee, Irish breakfasts and comfortable rooms!
Checked in late (about 9 pm) after calling ahead. Owners were very accommodating about late check in and gave us advice where to get a late dinner nearby after arrival. Following day had a good breakfast and owners were very helpful with advice as to where to park the car for the day when we told ...
This place is beautiful. It has a very eclectic feel and the furniture is gorgeous. The owners Deirdre and Greg are phenomenal. The boat rentals and fishing trip was a blast. would stay there again without a doubt!
Galway’s four star hotels are perfect for giving your holiday a touch of luxury and panache. The city’s high end hotels and guesthouses are in great locations and have the sorts of facilities and personal touches that make a hotel a special place to stay. You’ll find indulgent body products and round-the-clock service at the best four star hotels in Galway, and the finest in Irish charm and hospitality.
There are lots of reasons why a city break in Galway will be a memorable holiday, and staying at a four star hotel is high up the list of things that will make it special. With a dynamic arts scene, a superb variety of shops and gourmet restaurants, Galway is a lovely destination.
With a pub seemingly on every street corner, it’s easy to find the sounds of traditional Irish music. The fiddlers and bodhran drummers flock to Galway, which counts Irish music as a major part of its heritage. There are also many sights to see in town, with a superb medieval church, the city’s original walls and landmarks dating back to the “Tribes” – the 14 merchant families who once ruled the town. Galway’s cobbled streets, colourful buildings and the sparkling River Corrib all create an atmosphere that is sure to delight every visitor.
Galway’s nickname is “The City of Festivals” and it’s no secret why. The Galway International Arts Festival takes over Galway’s streets for a fortnight every summer, and the city is rightly proud of the festival, which is the biggest in all Ireland. In October, the Galway Theatre Festival takes place with plenty to showcase the city’s vibrant arts scene in the best possible light. Even if you can’t catch one of the festivals, there’s lots of other opportunities to see some of Ireland’s finest performers. Galway has five major theatres, and the staff at your four star hotel will be only too happy to help you decide which play to see first.
Galway has lots of well-preserved relics of ancient Ireland within easy reach and you should be able to get some great advice from hotel staff about which of the county’s dolmens and Neolithic standing stones to visit. For those interested in more recent history, Galway is the location for several castles dating back to the Norman invaders.
Galwegians are proud of their food and the city has some of the best restaurants in Ireland. The organic food scene has really taken off recently, and there’s also a great variety of world cuisines to choose from. For liquid inspiration try the city centre pubs, which stock some delightful craft beers and stouts.
Galway has some excellent four star hotels in some ideal locations to enable you to explore the city. Naturally, Expedia has some great deals on offer and you’ll find lots to pique your interest here. Every traveller will find something to delight them about Galway.