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Ardilaun Hotel and Leisure Club

Taylors Hill, Galway
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This very smart country-house style hotel, appointed to a high standard, is located on the outskirts of the city near Salthill and has lovely landscaped gardens. The bedrooms have been thoughtfully appointed and the deluxe rooms and suites are particularly spacious. Public areas include a selection of comfortable lounges, the Camilaun Restaurant that overlooks the garden, Blazers bistro and bar, and extensive banqueting and leisure facilities.

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Ardmore House

Sky Road, Clifden, Co. Galway

Ardmore House is set among the wild scenery of Connemara, between hills and the sea on the Sky Road. Bedrooms are attractively decorated and the house is very comfortable throughout. A pathway leads from the house to the coast. A good hearty breakfast is provided featuring home baking.

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Ballynahinch Castle Hotel

Recess, Connemara, Co. Galway
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Nestled in a 450 acre estate of woodland and rivers in the heart of Connemara, Ballynahinch Castle is a warm and welcoming country house that is sure to impress. It has changed hands in recent years and has benefitted from a very tasteful renovation programme. Ownership may have changed, but many of the knowledgeable and hospitable management and staff are still in place. Bedroom suites are in a traditional country house style, many with river views. There are a number of relaxing lounges, some real log fires, and an atmospheric Fisherman's Pub, offering high end lounge food throughout the day. Dinner in The Owenmore Restaurant is a highlight of a stay, featuring menus that reflect both the seasons and what is best from local producers.

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Ben View House

Bridge Street, Clifden, Co. Galway

This house is well located in the centre of the town with ample on-street parking. Dating from 1824, it offers good quality accommodation at a moderate cost. The breakfast room and lounge feature an old world atmosphere, with antique furniture and sparkling silverware in everyday use.

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Cashel House Hotel

Cashel Co. Galway

Cashel House is a mid-19th century property, standing at the head of Cashel Bay in the heart of Connemara, and set amidst secluded, award-winning gardens with woodland walks. Attentive service comes with the perfect balance of friendliness and professionalism from McEvilly family and their staff. The comfortable lounges have turf fires and antique furnishings. The restaurant offers local produce such as the famous Connemara lamb, and fish from the nearby coast.

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Faul House

Ballyconneely Road, Clifden, Co. Galway

Faul House, a fine modern farmhouse, stands on a quiet and secluded road overlooking Clifden Bay. It is smart and comfortable with large bedrooms, all well furnished and with good views. Kathleen offers a hearty breakfast with home baking. There are Connemara ponies available for trekking.

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Glenlo Abbey Hotel

Kentfield, Bushypark, Galway
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The origins of Glenlo Abbey date from 1740 when the original house was built by the Ffrench's, a wealthy merchant family. It is set on a spacious estate with wonderful views of Lough Corrib, yet only 5 Km from Galway City on the road to Connemara. Great care has been taken in the refurbishment of the house, with many of the public rooms retaining their proportions and many original features. Most of the accommodation is in a new wing to the rear; suites and bedrooms are finished to a very high level, with some featuring lake or garden views. Guests have two restaurants from which to choose, The Pullman Restaurant aboard The Orient Express is a unique dining experience, made up of two carriages from the iconic railway. Golf is available on the estate, which also features stand-alone banqueting facilities.

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Hotel Meyrick

Eyre Square, Co. Galway
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Dating from 1852, this grand old lady of the city has a commanding position overlooking Eyre Square, right in the centre of the city. Originally a Railway Hotel, it has seem many facets of Irish and international notoriety through its doors. The Lobby and public areas retain much of its original grandeur, albeit presented in contemporary decor and comforts. Bedrooms and suites come in a number of sizes and styles. The Gaslight is an buzzy busy all-day Brasserie Bar, with breakfast and dinner in the No.15 Restaurant on the lower ground floor.

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Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel

Inagh Valley, Recess, Co. Galway

Dating from 1880, this former fishing lodge is akin to a family home, where guests are encouraged to relax and enjoy the peace. Overlooking Lough Inagh, and situated amid the mountains of Connemara, it is in an ideal location for those who enjoy walking and fishing. Bedrooms are individually decorated, some with spacious seating areas, and each is dedicated to an Irish literary figure. There are two cosy lounges where welcoming turf fires are often lit. Informal dining from a bar menu is available during the day. Dinner is a highlight of a visit to the lodge; the menus feature locally sourced produce cooked with care - seafood is a speciality.

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