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Menlo Park Apartment Complex Star Rating 3        
Terryland, Headford Road

Menlo Park Apartment Complex is situated in Galway and is close to the area's well-known attractions. It is moments from the beach and offers comfortable 3-star accommodation.Equipped to ensure a comfortable stay, apartments at the property offer an in-room dining area, a refrigerator and a private bathroom.
Glasan Holiday Village Star Rating 1        
Glasan, Ballybane Road

This comfortable property in Galway offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as a BBQ/picnic area and luggage storage. Just a short walk from Galway Mayo Institute of Technology, it provides comfortable apartments equipped with a refrigerator, an in-room dining area and a private bathroom.All the apartments at Glasan Holiday Village feature a sofa bed, tea and coffee making facilities and an in-room closet.
The Stables Self Catering Star Rating 3        
College Road

Situated less than a 20-minute stroll from Galway Railway Station, The Stables Self Catering provides guests with a convenient base while in Galway. Those staying at the property can also make use of free Wi-Fi throughout their stay.Those staying at the property can make the most of the property's gardens.
Auburn House B&B        
1 Merlin gate, Merlin park,

Auburn House B&B is located in Galway and offers free Wi-Fi. It is moments from Galway Mayo Institute of Technology.The bed & breakfast has 5 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Glenariff Star Rating 3        
4 Rockhill Ave

Glenariff provides a modern setting when in Galway. It is situated in the area's vibrant nightlife district, which is only a few minutes walk from Galway Bay.The hotel offers luggage storage and a ticket service.
Corrib Village Self Catering Apartments Star Rating 3        
Corrib Village Newcastle

Corrib Village Self Catering Apartments is a comfortable base while in Galway and is close to everything the area has to offer. It also offers free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and outdoor tennis courts.This 3-star property provides a BBQ/picnic area, a shopping mall and a games room.
Garvey's Apartments        
Mary Street 20

The property is located in Galway and is within a 10-minute walk of Galway Railway Station. It is close to Eyre Square, shops and nightlife options.Mary's City Centre Apartments Galway has 6 apartments, all of which are filled with a variety of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.
The Arches B&B Galway        
Woodstock Bushy Park

The Arches B&B Galway offers a comfortable setting while in Galway.The hotel has 4 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.Those staying at the property can wake up to a satisfying breakfast served every morning, before leaving The Arches B&B Galway to discover the local area.
Clooniff House        
16 Woodhaven

Clooniff House offers a comfortable setting while in Galway. It is moments from Galway Mayo Institute of Technology.There are 4 rooms at the hotel, each offering all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
The Ardilaun Hotel Star Rating 4        
Taylors Hill

This upmarket family-owned hotel is 2.3 km from Galway Cathedral and 2 km from Eyre Square. The airy rooms have free Wi-Fi, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities; upgraded rooms can add DVD players and minifridges.
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Galway is a rare confluence of elements; the city is arty, romantic, youthful, eccentric and historic. Packed tightly on both sides of the River Corrib, the historic town centre's cobbled streets flow down to the busy harbour. The High Street is usually closed to traffic so is often swarming with a festive crowd. Galway has long been seen as an essentially Celtic place and a large percentage of residents are students, who are progressive, even alternative, in their outlook. Galway's residents have a high regard for a night out, and will often join the throngs of students or tourists in the pubs, restaurants and on the streets for a party. Although a very small town (only about 70'000 residents), Galway is full of hidden gems and is definitely worth a closer inspection. The central public square is busy in all but the harshest weather. It's a welcome green, open space with sculptures and pathways.

Its lawns are formally named Kennedy Park though you'll never hear locals refer to it as anything but Eyre Square. Plenty of bench seating is available and it's a popular spot for sitting down with the morning paper when the weather permits. An alternative for wet or windy days is Charlie Byrne's Bookstore. A civic treasure with a brilliant collection of new, secondhand and discounted books (many 1 Euro) in a succession of rambling rooms, the staff here are sure to be able to ferret out whatever obscure title you've been looking for.

Druid Theatre is renowned, long-established and award-winning. It has become famed for staging experimental works by young Irish playwrights, as well as new adaptations of classics. Its Galway home is in an old tea warehouse. Framing the river east of Wolfe Tone Bridge, the Spanish Arch is thought to be an extension of Galway's medieval walls. The arch appears to have been designed as a passageway through which ships entered the city to unload goods, such as wine and brandy from Spain.

Today it reverberates to the beat of bongo drums, or other instruments played by the many talented street artists who are busking in the area. The lawns and riverside form a gathering place for locals and visitors on any sunny day. Many watch kayakers manoeuvre over the minor rapids of the River Corrib. If you are in Galway at the end of September, you must eat your fill at the Oyster Festival, which of course celebrates the seafood with live music. The rest of the year, Sheridans Cheesemongers is recommended for the superb local and international cheeses and other deli items within. Particularly popular is the Cratloe Hills Gold, Irish ham and wild salmon. Its real secret, however, is up a narrow flight of stairs. Sample from a huge wine list in an airy room while enjoying many of the best items from below. As the sun sets, head over to the beach at Salthill, where you can sit in the stillness and appreciate the wild beauty of Galway Bay as it is brushed with the last golden rays of the day.