Arús Grattan Holiday Apartments provide the very finest holiday accommodation. This Irish Tourist Board Approved 4 star two bedroom apartment is architecturally designed to meet the highest standards. Comfortably furnished with all modern appliances including direct dial phone, broadband Internet, wi-fi,hair dryer, cloths iron, cable TV, video, radio/CD, full kitchen with washer/dryer, microwave oven. Electrically heated throughout.
Top class accommodation, boasting the finest of locations situated in the heart of Salthill on the seafront and within easy reach of the thriving and vibrant city of Galway.
Stroll along the world famous Prom, the longest in Europe and breathe the refreshing Atlantic air whilst enjoying the panoramic view of the Clare Hills across the bay.
Activities in the Galway Area: Stroll along the world famous Prom, the longest in Europe and breathe the refreshing Atlantic air whilst enjoying the panoramic view of the Clare Hills across the bay.
The apartment has a view of the sea from the living areas and has its own private patio/balcony overlooking the sea, broadband Internet, direct dial telephone, fully furnished and secure car space in the private car park on the ground floor. The apartment is accessible by elevator or stairs.
Co. Galway is a golfers paradise with 10 choice golf courses, stunning scenery and all close to the city. Fishing in Galway is renowned worldwide. Salmon and wild brown trout fishing, course fishing, deep sea and shore fishing are all close to the city.
Horse Riding although challenging is not just for the experienced is well catered for with riding schools, trekking centres and fox hunting during the winter months.
Activities in the Galway Area: For walking and cycling enthusiasts the choice is vast. Get off the beaten path and enjoy the scenery, the peace, and solitude. There are forest walks and national parks in Co. Galway.
A photographer’s vision awaits you in Connemara and the Burren. The region was heavily glaciated which leaves us with wonderful geographical shapes in the Connemara landscape. The city is enhanced to have the Aran Islands, the Burren and Connemara so close.
St. Nicholas Collegiate church where Columbus prayed and docked his ships before continuing his journey seeking new lands.
Kylemore Abbey in Connemara is a must when visiting Connemara. A love nest now owned by the Benedictine Nuns and run as a boarding school for girls.
Activities in the Galway Area: Ashford Castle, Co. Mayo once owned by the Guinness Brewing family. Set in picturesque village of Cong at the head of Lough Corrib. Croagh Patrick, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland's holiest mountain, is a place of pilgrimage since the 4th century.
The tradition of the Gaeltacht or Irish speaking areas is strong west of the city, in Connemara and the Aran Islands.
The West is rich with a history and heritage just waiting to be discovered. University College Galway is one of the Queens universities