Ardmore House is set on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean amid rugged landscape. 5km. west of Clifden Town, it is a small holding stretching from the upper Sky Road to the lower Sky Road and on out to the cliffs locally known as the Slopers. Here we have made a walkway for our Guests. The views from the Slopers of Clifden Bay and the Atlantic Ocean are some of the best you'll find in Ireland.rn
Ballycurrin House is a restored period house on the shores of Lough Corrib outside Headford Co. Galway. There is also a 2 bedroomed cottage and a three bedroomed fishing lodge on the estate. It provides immediate access to fishing on Lough Corrib as it has it's own private jetty. Ballycurrin House, cottage and lodge are currently available for rent and are an ideal base for those interested in angling or holidaying in the West of Ireland region. All accommodation is less than 50 metres from the lakeshore.
Family run accommodation based in a large stone built home surrounded by beautiful gardens. Upon arrival you can expect a warm, friendly welcome. During your stay enjoy one of our renowned organic breakfasts with own produced and locally sourced products including homemade bread, preserves and chutneys.
Delphi Lodge is a delightful 1830s country house offering top-quality accommodation in one of the most spectacular settings in Ireland.
Located in a valley of unparalleled beauty, the 1000-acre Delphi estate is one of Ireland’s hidden treasures. Being surrounded by the tallest mountains in Connemara and overlooking a pretty lake, the historic Lodge is the perfect holiday hideaway.
Delphi Lodge offers guest accommodation and great food from from mid-February to mid-October each year. From mid-October to mid-February the lodge is open for group bookings only (houseparties, family reunions, small weddings and corporate outings - minimum 18 people).
Set back from the flag-stone shore and looking on to the cliffs of Aughinish, you enter another place at Mount Vernon, a magical country house whose owners, have passionately retained its old world charm<br><br>
Named after George Washington's residence in Virginia, it was built in the 18th century for his friend Colonel William Presse of Roxborough, who served in the American War of Independence. The three tall cypress trees in the walled garden are thought to be a gift from Washington. <br><br>
At the end of the 19th century it became the summer home of Sir Hugh Lane, the noted art collector, and then to his aunt Lady Augusta Gregory of Coole Park, County Galway. Many of the leaders of Ireland's cultural renaissance stayed and worked here, including WB Yeats, AE (George Russell), Sean O'Casey, Synge and GB Shaw. <br><br>
The lovely reception rooms have fine antique furniture, paintings and batiks and painted panels from Sir William Gregory's time as Governor of Ceylon; three fireplaces were designed and built by the Pre-Raphelite painter Augustus John. <br><br>
The bedrooms are spacious and interesting with views to the sea, or the wonderfully tended gardens, which include lovely walled gardens to the side that provide a sheltered place to sit out in the sunshine <br><br>
There is a leisurely feel here and meals are an event with drinks and conversation at 7.30 and dinner at 8.00pm. There's an emphasis on organic and local foods, especially seafood like crab, lobster, salmon and monkfish in summer, moving towards game and other meats in the cooler months. <br><br>
Although conveniently located, only 20 miles from Galway city, this is a world apart. Golf links at Lahinch and Doonbeg are within comfortable driving distance. Guided walks on the Burren available locally.
Rockyview B&B is situated in the seaside village of Fanore in Co.Clare. It offers spectacular views of the Burren hills, Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. The house consists of 6 bedrooms ensuite and a guest lounge where one can read and relax. The proprietors Noel and Ita Walsh are organic gardeners and most of their produce is used in the preparation of breakfast, served daily.
Discover Connemara, a beautifully scenic region just north of Galway City with Lally Tours. This tour includes stops at Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Gardens, Leenane Village, Killary Fjord and the village of An Spidéal overlooking Galway Bay.
Cliffs of Moher & The Burren Day Tour
The unmissable Cliffs of Moher & Burren Tour with Lally Tours includes up to 2 hours at the cliffs and includes stops at the lunar-like Burren region, Dunguaire Castle, Aillwee Caves & Birds of Prey Centre and the charming village of Doolin overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Cliffs of Moher Express Bus
A Non-Stop Express Shuttle Service to the Cliffs of Moher with Lally Tours. Experience Ireland’s natural, mysterious, 214m (702 ft) high cliffs and interactive visitor centre. You’ll have 2 full hours to explore on your own before heading back to Galway.
Galway City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
Explore Galway with one of Lally Tours' friendly guides to learn about this colourful city and see it from the best vantage point: an open top bus! You’ll see everything from medieval walls in the city centre to the sandy beaches of Salthill. Hop on and off as much as you’d like and your ticket is valid for 24 hours.