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This famous old hotel dates back to about 1840 and has been in the ownership of the Ryan family for over 50 years and John Ryan is the current General Manager. Recent extensions and renovations have extended the hotel considerably, but without losing its gentle old-styl ...
Kai, meaning food in Maori, is the brainchild of chef Jess Murphy, a New Zealander who, with her Irish husband David front-of-house, converted this former tearoom/café to a rustic, bare wood, flagged-floor, stonewalled café and restaurant - a light hearted ...
The name of Sorcha Molloy’s delightful B&B is far from fanciful - when looking for it along the Longwalk, you may well find it signed by Arthur the visiting heron, sitting on a car roof at her door. The location must be the best of anywhere you could stay in G ...
Above Tigh Neachtain's landmark pub is Artisan, one of Galway's most interesting and constantly evolving restaurants. Approaching along the city’s busiest street, you will find settings on tables outside this restaurant diminutive street level frontage. Crisp linen ...
The name is now synonymous with bread - their extended family's famous little loaves of pre-sliced brown soda bread are widely distributed, and the selection has grown over the years. It now includes some artisan breads and also a very welcome Gluten Free range, such as ...
This beautifully located hotel is an attractive building which makes the best possible use of the site without intruding on the surroundings: set on the sea side of the road, in its own extensive grounds, it is hard to credit that Galway city is only a 15 minute drive aw ...