Cheap Hotels in Galway
Set in the coastal city of Galway, Dun Roamin offers free WiFi access and free on-site parking available to all guests. Just a 20-minute walk from Galway Cathedral, Galway Train Station is also a 23-minute stroll away.#CheckinPolicy 14:00:00,CheckoutPolicy 12:00:00,
With unique American Indian furnishings, Ace Guest House offers bright rooms, free WiFi and free parking. Galway’s centre is a 5-minute drive away from the guest house. The bright rooms all feature individual décor and classic American wall art. Guests can relax and make use of a private bathroom in every room. Eyre Squire and Galway’s bus and rail station are within 5 minutes walk away. Galway Cathedral and the district of Salthill is a 20-minute walk from Ace Guest House.
Rusheen Bay House is situated in Salthill, the coastal suburb of Galway, overlooking the famous Galway Bay. Rooms feature TVs and free Wi-Fi. All the rooms at Rusheen have an en suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries, a TV, tea/coffee making facilities, a hairdryer and a safe. Ironing facilities are available on request. Some rooms have a beautiful view of the Bay or the lovely gardens. Continental and traditional Irish breakfasts are served in the dining room, or the conservatory. In the summer months, you can dine al fresco on the garden terrace. The balcony on the first floor is the perfect place to watch the sun go down over Galway Bay. Located just 3 miles from the centre of Galway city, this is an ideal base for touring Connemara, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren, or the Aran Islands. There are 4 golf courses within a 7 mile radius of the Bay House and Galway Airport is a short 15-minute drive. Free parking is available on site.
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Located in Merlin Park, 2 km from Galway city centre, Corrib View B&B provides free parking and free Wi-Fi. It also offers a breakfast menu in the mornings. Each spacious room includes a comfortable orthopaedic bed, central heating, and a cable TV. Guests can also make use of tea and coffee making facilities and ironing supplies. Most rooms offer an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. Some rooms also enjoy pretty park views. An extensive breakfast menu is served each morning in the bright and spacious dining room. Guests can relax in the lounge afterwards, with a book. Home to the Eyre Square Shopping Centre, central Galway is less than 4 minutes’ drive away. Galway Racecourse, home of the Galway Races, is also 4 minutes away by car. Daily coach tours to Connemara, Burren, the Cliffs of Moher, and the Aran Islands can be arranged in advance, with free collection from Corrib View. There is also a fine choice of golf courses nearby.
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Hotels in Galway
Originally a small fishing village, Galway today is a buzzing, bohemian city steeped in culture and history.
Book one of our Galway hotels and explore a city with a thriving arts scene, a stunning coastline and a centre full of cobbled streets, cafés, bars and shops.
Arts and culture
Hundreds of artists and performers from across the globe flock to the city for the Galway International Arts Festival, Ireland's largest arts festival. Founded in 1978, it encompasses theatre, dance, visual arts, music, literature, comedy and more. The city is also the home of the Cuirt International Festival of Literature, which includes poetry and fiction readings, poetry slams, book launches, masterclasses, music and theatrical performances and more.
Galway Arts Centre has a 3,000ft2 gallery which hosts contemporary art exhibitions, and offers classes and workshops in art, writing, photography, drama, music and more. The centre also includes the 80-seater Nun's Island Theatre. Galway's main theatre, the Georgian Town Hall Theatre, offers a daily programme of plays, concerts, musicals, opera, ballet, film screenings, comedy, children's shows and more.
There are four main beaches in Galway City. Silverstrand is a shallow, sandy beach where you can swim at low tide and which is popular with young families. Just 250m long, the beach has a cliff on one side, rocks on the other and excellent views across Galway Bay. Salthill beach is a collection of several small beaches, some sandy and some pebbly, and both Salthill and Silverstrand have been Blue Flag beaches since 2006. Nature lovers should head to Ballyloughane, whose wildlife includes flatfish, sand hoppers, seaweeds and crabs, or the sandy Grattan beach, a good place to spot wintering birds.
Things to see
At Galway City Museum, you can discover Galway's archaeology, art, geology, natural history, folklife and social history. The permanent collection has around 1,000 items, including farm implements, carvings, fishing boats, artwork, objects from 19th- and 20th-century shops and photographs of the city through the decades.
Galway Cathedral, built in the 1960s, is one of the city's largest and most striking buildings, with a 145-foot-high octagonal dome, and impressive rose windows and wall paintings inside. On the Salmon Weir Bridge, which crosses the River Corrib by the cathedral, you can see the salmon swim up the river in summer, and watch the anglers fishing.
The Atlantaquaria, Ireland's national aquarium, is home to more than 150 marine and freshwater species. You can hold starfish and crabs in the touch pools, feed the fish at the estuary, and see seahorses, rays, sharks, conger eels and more.
Eating and drinking
Housed in a 1920s stone cottage, the White Gables restaurant serves traditional Irish dishes, with seafood a speciality. There's also a shop selling homemade breads, cakes and meals to take away, as well as artisan foods ranging from chutneys to fudge. Alternatively, head to the popular Brasserie on the Corner for steak, seafood and cocktails.
There are plenty of pubs where you can enjoy traditional Irish music, including Taaffes, The Crane, An Pucan and Monroe's Tavern, all of which have live music every night. Monroe's Tavern has traditional Irish dancing on a Tuesday, which you are welcome to join in.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Galway
What are the most booked hotels in Galway?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Galway are The Hardiman, Westwinds and The Galmont.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Galway?The cheapest price for a double room in Galway is £39, offered by The White House.
If I want to stay in the center of Galway, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Galway, you can consider staying at Jurys Inn Galway, Adare Guesthouse and Griffin Lodge Guesthouse.
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