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Glenlo Abbey Hotel - Galway Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Glenlo Abbey Hotel

Bushypark, Galway - Map
 
 
"Historic abbey on grounds and beautiful golf cours"
We enjoyed the wine cellar and the dining room. It's an easy commute to the downtown center. The hotel room was large and luxurious. Beautiful grounds surround the property including beautiful plantings, hedges and a golf course.
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Set amidst 138 acres of parkland on the shores of Lough Corrib, beautifully appointed rooms and suites combine with wonderful …More
Oranmore Lodge Hotel, Conference and Leisure Centre - Oranmore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Oranmore Lodge Hotel, Conference and Leisure Centre

Tudor Vale, Oranmore - Map
 
 
"A hotel with charming character"
A warm and welcoming experience with good food, but a little difficult to find using a GPS simply because there is no street number to reference or postal code. Our only complaint was that the room was a little cool and could have been made warmer - but then it was December in Ireland, so what to expect.
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Family friendly hotel excellently located on the N6 just 10 minutes drive from Galway city - 60 spacious bedrooms and …More
Alcock & Brown Hotel - Clifden Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Alcock & Brown Hotel

The Town Square, Clifden - Map
 
 
Clifden is a lovely town and Alcock and Brown is in a great location. We could walk to restaurants, pubs and stores. The staff at Alcock and Brown was helpful and friendly.
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The Best Western Alcock and Brown Hotel is family owned and operated. Situated in the center of Clifden Village close to …More
Galway Bay Sea View Apartments - Galway Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Galway Bay Sea View Apartments

The Promenade, Salthill, Galway - Map
 
 
"Nice apartment, lovely view"
This is a very nice, stylish place: spacious, well-decorated bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchen, sitting room and dining table. The manager was friendly and helpful. However, when we went to take showers, we found that neither one worked. The cold-water tap in my sink did not work either. (One bathroom had a tub, and the water flowed there, so we were able to make do.) When I informed staff of this, someone came right up and tried to get it working, but was unsuccessful. The manager, when she heard of it the next day, dealt with it promptly. Apparently a tap had been replaced and the water had not been turned back on. The next day, though, we tried to do laundry and found that the washing machine was not getting water. By this time, it was too late to do anything about it, and we had to check out the next day with dirty clothes. Such a great place otherwise, but the water problems cast a shadow over our experience there.
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Almara House - Galway Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Almara House

2 Merlin Gate, Merlin Park, Galway - Map
 
 
"OK stay"
The room was fashoinably furnished, neat and clean. Amenities were adequate and it was nice to have a small refrigerator available so we could have cold water. The bathroom was the size of a walk-in closet and appeared to be added as an afterthought. The shower entrance was nearly blocked by the toilet. You could easily hear other guests talking in their rooms and the noise level was distracting - had to use earplugs. Overall, the stay was OK, but certainly up to the levels of friendliness and comfort we encountered throughout the other portions of our visit to Ireland.
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Salthill Hotel - Galway Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£67
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Salthill Hotel

Promenade, Galway - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel close to town."
Enjoyed stay very much reception staff lovely and friendly,barman a little less friendly, maybe under pressure still should be professional.Room lovely, great heating,very clean and great food.
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Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway - Galway Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£58
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Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway

Sandy Road, Galway - Map
 
 
"Comfortable hotel"
Comfy bed. Great breakfast selection. Friendly staff. Approximately 10-15 minutes walk into town depending on your walking pace.
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Four-storey modern hotel located approximately one mile from the city centre and the Connemara championship golf course …More

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    Pocket Guide: Golf Hotels in Galway

    Golf is a triumph of hope over expectation – but where better to enjoy the frustrations and exhilaration of a good round than in Galway.

    The county has 16 fine golf courses, with five clustered around the city of Galway itself, while the rest are spread throughout the area in some of its most scenic spots. You can enjoy the incredible views from the first tee to the last or in the clubhouse, even if your game is not quite as good as you’d like it to be.

    Golf evokes all sorts of passions, not least from club members who are all certain that their club is vastly superior. So, in no particular order, here are some of the finest places to stroke or hack your way around Galway.

    Connemara Golf Course is a links course near the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, and the course offers fine vistas of the open water and extraordinary views of the Twelve Bens mountain peaks.

    Portumna is inland, on the border with Tipperary and the golf course is set in a sprawling estate. Large swathes of forest shelter the course from winds and prying eyes – no need to worry about onlookers critiquing your backswing. Watch out for deer wandering on the fairway.

    The expertly manicured fairways and greens of Galway Bay Golf Resort are matched only by the dramatic stretches of the Atlantic that border the course and punish a poor shot. This 300 acre links course was designed by Irish star Christy O’Connor Jr and takes players through a testing 7,308 yards from tee to hole.

    Bearna Golf Club has a course punctuated by bogland that really brings the golfer back to nature. The course changes with the weather, and the dark turf and breadth of colour is almost enough to distract you from your drive. On a clear day, there are delightful views around the gently undulating course over Bearna towards the Aran Islands and across the Burren. A short distance from Galway city, Athenry Golf Club challenges players with its mixture of parkland and heathland. The large forest of Toberroe provides a looming scenic backdrop to the course, which hosts championships and has an impressive clubhouse, perfect for relaxing after 18 holes.

    Ballinasloe is more than 100 years old and is said by local experts to be one of the most fun courses to play, with a variety of dog legs and obstacles to overcome. Later parts of the course pass through a bogland area which offers a new challenge for players. For beginners, or for those staying in Galway city who prefer to stay close by, the Glenlo Abbey Hotel Golf Club is a good choice. This nine-hole course beside Lough Corrib has some great variety, and one hole lies on an island in the lake. There’s also a 21-bay driving range for players who want to let off steam or iron out their swing.

    Several of the courses are close to major attractions where there is no shortage of hotels and some courses even offer accommodation options.

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