Galway Bed & Breakfast Ireland
The warmest of welcomes awaits you at Ardawn House accommodation, a 4-star Bed & Breakfast located on College Road in the heart of Galway City. A Board Failte (Irish Tourist Board), Irish Hotels Federation and AA approved bed & breakfast, offering both comfort and quality in a central location. Ardawn House B&B is just 4-minute walk from the train and bus station, together with restaurants, pubs offering traditional Irish music, art galleries, gift shops and so much more.
Carrown Tober House is a purpose built B&B which offers superb Bed and Breakfast value for money. Local knowledge of fishing/angling is available and is within close proximity to Lough Corrib. Ample car/coach parking is provided for our guests convenience. Our aim is to ensure your stay is as pleasant and relaxing as possible. Should you have additional requests before or during your stay, we will be happy to oblige whenever possible. Mature landscaped gardens and outdoor seating for visitor use. Also pony stables available for guests attending Oughterard Pony Show.LocationOn the main N59 Galway to Clifden road. Pass the Connemara Gateway Hotel on the left and after the village signed for Oughterard take the next left turn (B&B sign or sign for candlemaker are visible from the road) we are the first house on the right.
Prague House is a family run B&B in Galway City and has been newly refurbished and tastefully decorated, to give a warm cosy atmosphere only 5 minutes from the cobbled stoned famous Quay Street, just a short stroll from the Salthill promenade and beach, where you can see the sun go down over Galway Bay. Prague House has comfortable spacious family and double rooms, with private en suite bathrooms and pressurized showers to revitalize the tired traveller. You can park your car at Prague House and walk five minutes into town where you will find many shops and coffee bars and the best nightlife in the West, with many pubs where you hear traditional sessions and music to suit every ear. There are big variety of cuisine to sample in the various restaurants where you can walk along the pedestrian streets and check out the various sample-menus. Galway is renowned for its cultural theme with its theatres and art galleries and there is often street entertainment to make your visit enjoyable.
Clareview House Bed and Breakfast is owned and managed by Brenda and Michael Mc Tigue. They have built their enviable reputation on providing guests with the warmest of welcomes and an authentic taste of Irish country life. You will be welcomed into a warm family atmosphere, where you will find the opportunity to have a memorable break, at whatever pace you decide. Action-packed with hill walks, beaches and all this beautiful part of the world has to offer. Clareview Farmhouse comes highly recommended by many well-known travel writers. More importantly, it comes highly recommended from the guests, many of whom come back year after year. Kinvara is an ideal base from which to explore the wild beauty of the West of Ireland. The village of Kinvara itself is a picturesque fishing village conveniently located for easy access from both Galway City and Shannon Airport. The village is home to some well-regarded restaurants and of course several traditional Irish pubs while the vibrant, bustling city of Galway is only a short drive away. Kinvara is also the gateway to the limestone landscape of the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher. Brenda can also help organise boat trips to the Aran Islands or advise you on the unique experience of a medieval banquet at nearby Dunguaire Castle. The spectacular scenery of Connemara to the northwest of Galway city is also within driving distance.
This modern guesthouse has a panoramic setting overlooking the sea with a view of the Twelve Bens mountains and just 2 km from the picturesque village of Roundstone. This modern and beautifully designed family run bed and breakfast offers guests a warm, comfortable and friendly service. All bedrooms are ensuite and guests are invited to relax in this peaceful setting.
Silver Beach House Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful family run B&B offering luxurious accommodation on the edge of Galway City and along the Wild Atlantic Way. It offers a great starting point for exploring the beautiful Connemara region. We provide our guests with a high standard of service in beautiful surroundings. Our guestrooms are elegantly designed and feature every modern convenience. We are very proud of our delicious breakfast menu. Silver Beach House B&B is a short 10 minute drive to local attractions, shops, bars and restaurants in the Galway City Centre or simply leave your car here and take the bus from bus stop just outside! We offer our guests private parking, free WiFi and a hospitality tray in each bedroom. We can provide information on tours and outdoor activities in the area. Our guests can relax in the main lounge and the front garden patio, while enjoying the serene tranquillity and peace and quiet. The seaside resort suburb of Salthill is also convenient for Golf courses, whilst Celtic Heritage lovers will find plenty of treasures to explore, including the Cliffs Of Moher, Connemara and the mystical Aran Islands.
Kingstown House Bed and Breakfast is a long established family home within the town of Clifden, County Galway. The Bed and Breakfast has seven comfortable rooms all with Ensuite facilities. Approved by the TAA (Tourism Approval Authority), this B&B is a 1 minute walk to the Town Square (Centre) and bus stop and is conveniently located close to beaches, fishing, golf, cycling and horse riding and other activities in the Clifden area. The B&B is well suited to those who enjoy adventures in the outdoors such as walking and hiking through the beautiful countryside of Connemara. This is an excellent touring base for those who wish to discover the magnificent scenery of County Galway.
Situated beside Ireland's highest ancient Round Tower, Naomh Colman's B&B, an award-winning family home, offers three warm and comfortable rooms with en suite bathrooms. Josephine Finnegan, your host, has vast experience in the bed and breakfast sector and an excellent knowledge of the local area. All guests will receive a warm welcome in a relaxing and peaceful environment. Television room available to relax in at your leisure, or just enjoy the magnificent Kilmacduagh Monastic Ruins and the Burren Mountains. The Monastic ruins close by, Kilmacduagh, where first established in the year 610 by St. Colman. Occupying the same site is a 14th Century Cathedral, an Abbey and other ruins including Ireland's highest Round Tower (112ft. tall and 2ft out of true). This B&B is ideally located, being only 40 minutes from Shannon Airport, 30 from Galway City, on the edge of the famous Burren and not too far from Coole Park and Lough.
Luxurious accommodation at an affordable price. Situated in the heart of Connemara 2 miles from Letterfrack National Park 5 miles from Kylemore Abbey and only 15 minutes drive to Clifden. Ideal location for touring and walking. Close to beaches, horse riding deep sea fishing and mountain climbing. All our rooms en-suite bathrooms with TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Home baking, magnificent breakfasts at a time of choice. Warm welcome with complimentary tea or coffee on arrival. Peaceful and tranquil setting. WiFi and private parking. Pubs shops and restaurants 2 miles.
We at Springlawn B&B, in Clarinbridge, extend a Cead Mile Failte to all our guests. A long established B&B where you are guaranteed a warm welcome with friendly professional service.A luxury home, offering excellent accommodation, set on its own spacious grounds surrounded by beautiful mature landscaped gardens with a spacious car park for guests. You can take a leisurely walk to the sea or Clarinbridge village from here.Irish Tourist board approved. We hold several Failte Ireland merit awards. Recommended in the American Causin/Dillard guide.The premises has three comfortable bedrooms. Room (1) has a double bed. Room (2) has a double and single bed and Room (3) has three single beds.All rooms are ensuite with tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and 24 free wi-fi for your laptop. Extensive breakfast menu with home baking and organic foods served.
Enjoy Warm Hospitality In Our Beautiful Traditional Style Connemara Stone House Situated On The Lake Shore Road. Peaceful Rural Location Yet Only A Short Stroll To The Bustling Village Of Oughterard With Its Great Pubs And Restaurants. Traditional Music Nightly During Summer Months. Guest Lounge, Turf Fire, T.V. Tea/Coffee Facilities. Enjoy Breakfast In The Conservatory With Views Of The Landscaped Garden, Waterfall And Rolling Fields. There Is A Fully Equipped Kitchen With Tea And Coffee Facilities. Attractions Locally Connemara With The Scenic Twelve Bens Mountain Range In The North, The Picturesque, Golden Beaches Reaching Out Into The Vast Atlantic Ocean And The Many Lakes And Bogs Are All Within An Short Drive. Go Fishing Or Take A Cruise On The Famous Lough Corrib, Boat Hire And Packed Lunches Arranged. Visit 15th Century Augnanure Castle 3km, Glengowla Mines 3km, Brigit's Garden 6km. Oughterard Golf Course 3km. Horse Riding 2km. Try The Demoura Mountain Bike Trail Or Take One Of The Many Scenic Walks. Hotel Swimming Pool 2km, Bike Hire. Enjoy Painting? Art Classes Arranged. A Walkers And Hikers Paradise.
Our brand new purpose built family run guesthouse is built to hotel standards. For our guests' relaxation and comfort we have Satellite TV with flat screen LCD in the rooms, broadband internet access along with hospitality tray in all rooms. We have ground floor rooms available, rooms on the upper floor can also be accessed by lift. We have all the other standard facilities a guest can expect such as hairdryer, direct dial telephone in all rooms. The ensuite bathrooms are spacious, most with bath and separate shower. Complimentary toiletries and power showers are in every bathroom. Safe storage for bicycles is available, and there is a swimming pool and spa just a 2-minute walk away, and historic Kylemore Abbey is 8 km from the guesthouse. Inishbofin Island is 10 km away, accessible by the ferry