Situated on the spectacular Salthill promenade, with panoramic views of Galway Bay and the Clare hills, the Salthill Hotel is ideally positioned for guests to enjoy both the charms of Galway city and the delights of the West of Ireland landscape, heritage and culture.
Our fully modernised Galway Hotel facilities and amenities can cater for all kinds of events and activities. The Salthill Hotel Galway has a brand new leisure centre with 2 swimming pools and a fully equipped gym. The hotel is also an ideal wedding & conference venue with its prime location just outside Galway city overooking Galway Bay. With beautiful coastal walks, gourmet restaurants and traditional Irish pubs all close by this the perfect hotel for a break in Galway.
Seven Bridge Street have transformed the premises from a super pub, to a well designed bar, lounge and restaurant with an authentic quirkiness downstairs that will cater for all scenarios on any night out. From an all day brunch in the restaurant, to a relaxing quite pint after work in one of the many snug’s, Seven Bridge Street ’s has thought of everything to provide that energetic feel of a Galway city centre pub. When it comes to entertainment, Seven Bridge Street have music to cover almost all tastes.
Sharamore House, Clifden, Co Galway is an Irish Tourist Board Approved Bed & Breakfast owned and run by John and Sue Brittain. Located at Clifden, the capital of Connemara, Sharamore House Bed & Breakfast enjoys a quiet location overlooking Streamstown Bay at the end of the famously scenic Sky Road.<br><br>
Bed & Breakfast accommodation is provided in charming, comfortable bedrooms located on the first floor with lovely views of the Connemara land and seascapes. Each room has its own private bathroom and a combination of single and double beds to accommodate families or single guests. All our bedrooms have TVs and light refreshments are available to guests at all times. Wireless internet access is available free of charge throughout the house. <br><br>
Some of the best beaches in Ireland are situated just minutes away from Sharamore for a lovely relaxing walk. If you prefer you can go walking in the Connemara National Park or take some of the more challenging routes through the 12 Bens. Westport and Galway City are just 1 hour's drive through some of the most beautiful scenery in Connemara and can make a great day out if it's not beach weather.
Spirit one spa is an Urban retreat nestled underground within the Radisson Hotel Galway. From the moment you step into the blue lit elevator your whole body, mind & soul begins to relax & by the time you reach the spa level you've already forgotten the outside world. This spa is world class & has a thermal suite with so many rooms that you’ll find it difficult to leave. From warm saunas & aroma steam rooms to the tropical beach room with Caribbean sand, coconut infused aromas & a light show from dawn to dusk, you’ll forget time & drift off into deep sleep on the heated loungers. Spirit one spa (SOS) provides a haven of peace and tranquility - the perfect spa destination located in the heart of Galway city center with decor, aromas and ambience that promise to transport both your mind and body to the most dreamy of far away places.
Signpost Tours are West of Ireland Tour specialists. Using the local knowledge of our guides and drivers, we craft tours that are above and beyond the ordinary. Browse through our Tours and allow us to do the work for you! We specialise in small to medium-sized group tours for golf, outdoor adventure and cultural living holidays. Our focus is on experiencing local historic and living culture.
Shannon Airport Guide Is a guide to help people navigate their way around Shannon airport with ease, it also displays live arrivals & departure times. The site also shows people what to do once they arrive at Shannon airport and how they can plan to get to their next destination. The website also has a comprehensive list of all the facilities available at Shannon Airport.
The Skeffington Arms Hotel is an affordable, modern and vibrant hotel located in the heart of Galway City. Overlooking the newly refurbished Eyre Square it is within a short distance of rail and bus terminals and just a short stroll from an array of shopping centres, restaurants, bars and theatres. With just 24 bedrooms, the main emphasis is on personal service and attention to detail, so whether its business or pleasure our friendly and helpful staff will make your visit an enjoyable one & we hope to have the opportunity to welcome you to Galway and the Skeffington Arms Hotel in the near future.
Stronach Gallery, run by Nicola Stronach and Jean-Pierre Maire, has an interesting collection of
contemporary art for sale online and at our charming Victorian country house in Connemara, Ireland.
We represent prominent artists from the ex-Soviet Union, including Alina Maksimenko, Edward Belsky,
Serhiy Savchenko, Borys Buryak, Irakli Sutidze and Merab Abramishvili, whose art works are also to be
found in the national galleries of their respective countries.
Closer to home, we are privileged to work with talented Irish artists, Declan O'Connor, Rosemary Carr, Selma McCormack and Rosie McGurran who are all living and working locally in Connemara.
This is not a typical gallery, but an intriguing place that houses a unique collection of art from many different countries, including Ireland, in a beautiful remote location.
The Spirit of the Voice Festival in Galway is a popular cultural celebration of song and spoken word. The festival covers a wide range of styles, with a huge number of performance of sean nós, rap, choirs, gospel, soul, slam, poetry, overtone, opera and storytelling taking place at many venues throughout the city of Galway. This is Galway's multi-cultural festival which features song and spoken words from stylish voices that make this city a unique and refreshing place to be.<br><br>
The festival is also a celebration of the growing diversity of culture within Ireland, with Asian, African, South American, Eastern European, Canadian and Caribbean Irish performers will take part. Be assured that there will be an electric atmosphere in the venues of Galway for the duration of the festival.
The Sheep & Wool Museum was founded in 1992 with a view to displaying and conserving different items which were used in the wool industry locally. You are invited to enjoy the exhibits and demonstrations indoors, or take a stroll among the friendly sheep outdoors. Shop at your leisure for gifts and souvenirs, or choose from the delicious home-made fare from our own kitchen. Visitors to the museum obtain a great insight into the history and importance of wool in Ireland and come away more conscious of the need to protect our heritage and our culture. We hope that you enjoy your visit to Leenane, and that you will come visit us while you are here.