Thursday, 11 April 2013

Galway,Ireland

Picture of Galway County


Other Galway Accommodation Options
Soak up the historic yet contemporary vibe of Galway city’s streets, where the vibrant student population from University College Galway brings a modern dynamism to this medieval walled settlement. Follow the coastline out to Connemara’s pristine beaches for circulation-boosting swims in summer and invigorating walks in winter. Immersing yourself in Galway’s thriving traditions, wild landscapes, or arty city life could not be easier, with a range of great-value accommodation just a click away on GoIreland.com.



Accommodation in Galway City
Mingle with students and locals on cobbled streets where everything from Aran sweaters to artisan cheeses are on sale. Visit the Claddagh, but don’t feed the city’s favourite swans (the bread mould is killing them!). Whatever you decide to do in Galway, enjoy the best of what the City of Tribes by booking some of the finest the Galway city hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfasts, self-catering and hostels on offer.



Accommodation in Connemara
West of Galway City and stretching toward the Atlantic, Connemara does not appear on road signs, but you will recognise it by its austere and unique beauty, marked by brooding bogs and jagged mountains, glassy lakes and a pristine coastline. Carraroe, Clifden, Clonbur, Spiddal and Renvyle:There is music to the names and heartbreaking beauty to the light in Connemara, none of which can be appreciated fully without staying a night or two. Find your ideal Connemara accommodation with GoIreland.com


Accommodation In Galway's Islands
Battered by the cruel Atlantic, the rocky Aran Islands are anchored by thriving traditions, ageless legends, and mythic beauty. Ancient forts and a unique linguistic and cultural heritage have drawn visitors to the islands for years, with Inishmore, the largest and easiest to reach, best equipped to handle substantial crowds. It’s easy to find your own space here, but if the array of pubs and restaurants is too much for you, Inishmaan or Inisheer are smaller and quieter, and arguably lovelier than Inishmore. Once you’ve decided where to go, picking your hotel, bed and breakfast, or guesthouse is simply a question of consulting GoIreland.com. Choose from our range of Aran Islands accommodation , which includes hotels, b&b's and guest houses.