Cheap Hotels in Clifden
The Alcock and Brown hotel in Clifden is a central and cosy hotel offering a dedicated welcoming service in a relaxed atmosphere. Centrally located in the heart of Clifden Town Square, the Alcock and Brown is perfectly situated for you to leisurely browse the local shops, boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants, while being perfectly located to explore the beautiful surroundings of Connemara on day trips. The Alcock & Brown Hotel has a relaxed and friendly environment, and is an ideal base for touring Connemara. Pursuits to be enjoyed are pony trekking, golfing on Connemara Championship links course, sea fishing, guided heritage walks and mountain climbing. Numerous sandy beaches are nearby.
Situated in the picturesque town of Clifden, the hotel is fast becoming the premier location for activity holidays with its unique and diverse landscape, ideal for walking, cycling, and hiking. Connemara's longest established hotel, Foyles has been owned and managed by the Foyle family for nearly a century. The impressive building, which has played host to many famous personalities over the years, has recently been redesigned to the highest modern standards, yet retains much of its old charm and atmosphere. After a long day of exploring Clifden you can relax in the comfort of the hotel; rest in the patio garden or enjoy a drink and some live music in the hotel bar, Mullarkeys.
In a quiet corner of Clifden, this quiet haven of rich comfort and classic Irish hospitality is just 93 steps from the vibrant buzz of Clifden town centre. Dun Ri Guest House serves both full Irish and lighter breakfast options. All are freshly prepared with locally sourced produce, homemade breads and preserves. All bedrooms are en suite with modern amenities like TV, Wi-Fi, power showers, hairdryers, and luxurious bedding.
Ben View Guesthouse is located in Clifden. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a bath or shower and a hairdryer. Extras include bed linen and ironing facilities. Other facilities offered at the property include a shared lounge and luggage storage. The family owned bed and breakfast is 3 km from Alcock & Brown Memorial and 13 km from Connemara National Park. The harbour is a 5-minute walk away.
Arch Guest House offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the centre of Clifden. The B&B has a courtyard garden and free Wi-Fi access. Continental and full Irish breakfasts are available. A non-smoking guest house, The Arch has 9 en suite, spacious rooms with comfortable beds and luxury linens. Rooms contain bedside lockers, hairdryers and free toiletries. The guest house is on the main street in Clifden, so pubs, restaurants, gift shops and art galleries are very close by. The house is across the road from the local bus stop and the Sky Road is a 5-minute walk. There are 3 floors, but unfortunately no lift.
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Sea View Hotel
Sea View Bed and Breakfast is an award-winning B&B. The spacious modern house is situated on the outskirts of Clifden, County Galway. A friendly welcome is guaranteed from hosts, John and Joan, who will be delighted to make guests’ stay a memorable one. Sea View Bed and Breakfast is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and John and Joan will be happy to assist guests with their local knowledge of Clifden and places of interest to visit locally and further afield. The house is clean and tastefully decorated to the highest standard.
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Hotels in Clifden
Found on the picturesque Owenglin River, Clifden was only founded at the beginning of the 19th century, making it a relatively new town. From a swelling population, through a real loss of life during a famine, this little place has plenty of local stories to discover.
While you're in Clifden, make sure to see the ruins of the early 19th-century Gothic Revival Clifden Castle. This was originally the home of the D'Arcy family, the founding family of Clifden as we know it today.
Exploring the area
It's definitely worth seeing the sights around Clifden during your stay. The dramatic Twelve Bens are great for walks, and stunning to take in from a distance, while the Sky Road offers memorable views across the Atlantic Ocean.
You can also see the Alcock and Brown landing site on your travels, erected in the 19th century as a memorial to these famous, aviator pioneers.
In the town
If you'd like to have a truly authentic Irish night out, make sure to visit the lively Lowry's Bar, for traditional Irish food and drink. Ardagh Restaurant is great if you're after a slightly more refined, fine dining experience. The Guys Bar & Snug is always a busy spot, and perfect for a relaxing drink.
To make the most of your trip, we'd recommend looking for Clifden hotels close to town. The Abbeyglen Castle Hotel is the perfect relaxing retreat, while The Clifden Station House is conveniently central, and The Alcock & Brown Hotel is a truly comfortable place to stay.
So whether you're after a fun and typically Irish trip away, or a relaxing break in the country, Clifden has everything you need for a memorable stay.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Clifden
What are the most booked hotels in Clifden?Ben View Guesthouse, Dun Ri Guesthouse and Sharamore House are some of the popular hotels in Clifden.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Clifden?The cheapest price for a double room in Clifden is £73, offered by Alcock & Brown Hotel.
If I want to stay in the center of Clifden, which hotels shall I consider?Dun Ri Guesthouse, Ben View Guesthouse and Arch Guesthouse are located in the central neighborhood of Clifden.
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