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Sea Breeze Lodge B&B

Sea Breeze Lodge B&B

9 Cashelmara, Galway
5.0 out of 5.0
5.0 out of 5 (44 reviews)
Lovely hotel close to Galway town but also quiet.We had a wonderful 2 night stay. Linens and towels were lovely, room clean and modern convenience. Our host Fred did everything to make our stay delightful. Would stay there again on our next visit to Galway.
  5 Aug 2017

£164

£164
Glenlo Abbey Hotel

Glenlo Abbey Hotel

Bushypark, Galway
5.0 out of 5.0
4.7 out of 5 (73 reviews)
Glen love AbbeyBeautiful setting and a grand old house. Golf course is is fantastic.
  31 Jul 2017

£165

£165
Screebe House

Screebe House

Galway GA1, Rosmuck
5.0 out of 5.0
5.0 out of 5 (2 reviews)
In a word....AMAZING!!!Attention to detail, accommodation, setting...this is such an outstanding place to spend time. The staff, food, accommodation (including heated bathroom floors) and every aspect of Screebe are six star!
  1 Aug 2017

£143

£143
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Pocket Guide: 5 stars Hotels in Galway

Galway has a great selection of five star hotels that will add a touch of extravagance to your holiday. Whether you’re looking for designer décor or the ultimate pamper package, you’ll find them at Galway’s five star hotels and spa resorts. These are the hotels that the VIPs choose when they stay in Galway and the staff will do their best to make you feel like you’re the most important guest in the hotel.

There are plenty of reasons to choose a luxury holiday in Galway, which is a perfect destination for a city break. From the vibrant arts scene to the eclectic range of shops and high-class restaurants, Galway is a great place to visit.

Galway: The City for Art Lovers

They call Galway the city of festivals, and it certainly deserves the tag. The Galway International Arts Festival is Ireland’s biggest, and takes over the streets for two weeks each July. The Galway Theatre Festival in October is another great opportunity to experience Galway at its best – but there’s no shortage of things to do at other times of year. With five major theatres, including one specialising in Gaelic drama, it’s easy to find something to tickle your fancy before heading back to your luxury five star hotel.

The Sights and Sounds of Galway

Every street seems to have at least one pub and the city swings to the sounds of traditional Irish music, with fiddles and bodhrans in every part of town. It’s not all about untempered fun though – Galway has a rich heritage with a medieval church, original city walls and buildings from the time of the “Tribes” – the 14 merchant families who once ruled the town. Cobbled streets, colourful painted buildings and the rushing river Corrib all give Galway an atmosphere that will entrance every visitor.

Excursions Around Galway

Ancient Ireland is all around and with dolmens and other Neolithic standing stones in easy reach, there’s no shortage of things to capture the imagination, including some very well preserved castles from each period of Ireland’s history in the Middle Ages.

Great Access to All of Galway’s Best Restaurants

Some of the best food in Galway can be found in its five star hotels, with world-class cuisine of several varieties. The city has some of the best restaurants in Ireland, with organic food at the top of the menu. Several of the pubs also have a great collection of craft beers, ales and stouts.

Galway : A Great Place to Stay

Galway has some marvellous five star hotels that are ideally placed to visit the city. But a top-quality hotel needn’t require a top-end price tag – travellers can find some great deals on five star hotels through Expedia. There’s plenty to delight and amaze even the most discerning globe-trotter at one of Galway’s five star hotels.