About the property
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- Mininum Stay1 - 2 nights
4 Bed Luxury Town House in Medieval Galway - City Center with views of Galway
An opportunity to stay on the most photographed street in Ireland. This row of historic town houses draws artists and photographers worldwide, all eager to capture first hand the beauty of the Jewel in Galway's crown.Ed Sheeran features the street in his Music video "Galway Girl"
The house has breathtaking views of the River Corrib Estuary, Atlantic Ocean, Galway bay and the Clare hills from every room. A more picturesque view in Galway city could not be found.
The house is on the riverbank, on a historic street, right in the heart of Medieval Galway. The center of nightlife activity "The Latin Quarter" is 100 meters away containing dozens of cafes, pubs and restaurants. .
The kitchen, Living room and all four bedrooms have spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, Galway bay and the Clare hills. Living Space is over three Stories. The kitchen & Living room are on the ground floor. On the 1st and 2nd fl
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Use your detailed description to provide travellers with everything they need to know about youoor there are 4 double bedrooms. One room containing two single beds. There are two full sized Bathrooms.
High speed wireless internet access and Cable TV with DVD are provided. Car parking is available for one car included in the rate with additional spaces available right outside.
All linen and towels provided. We provide you all the amenities that you need to enjoy your stay. It's the little touches that matter the most, we think. Ireland's a rainy country, so we've provided umbrellas for your convenience. We provide a guide to recommended attractions & activities available in Galway, food delivery options, restaurants, bars and a gym.
Any special requests are welcome, we really wish to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 15, 2018
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Check-out: 12:00 PM
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This rental is in a perfect location to enjoy all that Galway has to offer.
It’s just around the corner from all the colorful shops, pubs and restaurants that bring Galway to life. It’s situated perfectly on the quiet street of Long Walk facing the Corib river with all rooms having a lovely view of the water. You will not be disappointed with this choice.
We had 10 people stay at this house for a week. Plenty of room for everyone. Any where we wanted to walk to was less than 10 minutes(Latin Quarter, Galway Cathedral, The West End).
We had 2 rental cars so we had to park one at the docks parking lot (3 minute drive/5 minute walk) only 8 euros a day.
Inside the house the walls were dirty, the living room ceiling had some food or something stuck to it. Noise carries through the house very easily. On the first floor you can hear things going on on the third and for some reason all the doors slam shut on there own.
We had a tough time with the washer/dryer not getting clothes all the way dry after a 4 hour cycle and I had a few cold showers. There were plenty of towels but bring your own wash clothes.
With all that we would stay here again the location was beautiful and so close to everything in Galway. Can't wait to be back.
Perfect house for a small or large group in a perfect location to see all that Galway has to offer.
This house sits, with its picturesque views, walking distance from the heart of Galway. The house was spotless on arrival and prepared accordingly for our large tight-knit group of 11. The welcome guide provided excellent recommendations for everything you could possibly want to do. The house mainly just turned out to be a place to lay our heads at night, because we were so busy during the day, so thankfull they were comfortable beds. Having previously stayed at a different location in Ireland, and dealing with slow Wi-Fi there, the high speed Internet was an added bonus with this house. The contact with the property manager both leading up to the trip and while we were there was great as well, very helpful!!
If we’re ever fortunate enough to return back, we’ll certainly be staying here again.
Great space in a good location
This was a great space for a group of 8! The location is very picturesque and walking distance to all locations. I would highly recommend.
Couldn't get a better location!!!
Our stay was awesome! You couldn't get a better location if you tried. Having four bedrooms and two full baths was perfect for the eight of us. Beds were very comfortable and the little breakfast restaurant down the street was perfect. Unit came with a parking pass, which was also very convenient. Galway was definitely our favorite place in Ireland!
Perfect location, lovely accommodations everything you need. Super helpful/ responsive rental team.
The center of nightlife activity in Galway "The Latin Quarter" is 100 meters away. The house is located 250 meters away from the main shopping street of Galway city. 100 meters away from the Galway City Museum and the Spanish Arch. There are dozens of lively pubs and restaurants 100 meters away. Connamara is a 15 minute drive away, Salthill and its beautiful beaches a 15 minute walk. The Cliffs of Moher and the Burren are an hours drive away with the central bus & train station within a 3 minute walk of the apartment. Here you can catch a bus or train to all the tourist attractions and cities of Ireland so it can be the perfect base for your Ireland holiday. Just about every part of the country can be got to within 2-3 hrs from here. Dublin may be the official capital of Ireland but there is no doubt about the cultural capital of Ireland, Galway. Galway really has everything. Its said that Galway is the gatekeeper of the Irish language and culture, where people can truly explore the real Ireland. Galway is famous for its spirited nightlife, busy cultural scene and extensive shopping. Galway is also a city of festivals and special events including the Prestigious round the world Volvo Ocean Boat Race Finishing Port, Guinness Oyster Festival, Galway Horce Racing Festival, Salthill Airshow, and the acclaimed Galway Arts Festival. Some leisure activities and amenities. * Amenities include Beaches, National atlantaquarium, Salthill promenade, Indoor Swimming pools and Leisure Centres, Multiplex Cinema, Bowling, Coole Park Visitors Centre, Connemara National Park, Cruises on the river Corrib, (Irelands largest lake) and a visit to many of the famous landmarks, such as Connemara, the Burren, Kylemore Abbey The Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle & Folk park and the Aran Islands are all on the doorstep of Galway. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy an endless array of activities including watersports in Galway bay, tennis, horseriding, walking tours, cycling, greyhounds, horseracing, go-karting, bowling, river & deep sea angling, and Ireland's 18 hole championship golf courses. Some of the historic and regional attractions: *Aran islands* - It is a place steeped in immense cultural heritage and history. Gaelic language is the first language of its residents. It is considered the foothold of Irish culture. *Connemara* - Has long been regarded as the real emerald of Ireland. 'Connemara* is a savage beauty', Oscar Wilde* A visit to Ireland and Connemara is not complete without experiencing the beauty and tranquility that is Kylemore Abbey & Garden. *The Burren* - A unique limestone plateau,It contains dozens of megalithic tombs and celtic crosses and a ruined Cistercian Abbey from the 12th century, Corcomroe. This area is especially beautiful in spring with its abundant rare wild flowers. * The Cliffs of Moher * - Are 214m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometres over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare.O'Brien's Tower stands proudly on a headland of the majestic Cliffs.From the Cliffs one can see the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, as well as The Twelve Pins, the Maum Turk Mountains . *Bunratty Castle and folk park - A chance to experiance the most authentic medievil fortress in Ireland including a 26 acre 'living' medievil irish village in a rurual setting. Built in 1425, the castle houses 450 medievil artifacts and furniture. * Lough Corrib* - The best Salmon fishing in Europe * Aughnanure Castle * Portumna Castle * Dunguaire Castle * Athenry Castle * Galway City musuem- 100 meters from the apartment * The Spanish arch and latin quarter - 100 meters away Golf Information: * Galway Golf Club, Salthill. This popular course with its well designed rolling fairways are bounded by mature woodlands and the spectacular seascape of Galway Bay. * Connemara Golf Club Ballyconneely, Clifden. This is a sand based links with its back nine described as the equal of anywhere in the world. The Street is a promenade to one side of the Spanish Arch. The Spanish Arch (An Póirse Spáinneach) in Galway city, Ireland, was originally an extension of the city wall from Martin's Tower to the bank of the Corrib, as a measure to protect the city's quays, which were located in the area once known as the Fish Market (now Spanish Parade). It was constructed in 1584. In the 18th century the Eyre family of Eyrecourt, County Galway, created an extension of the quays called The Long Walk and created the arches to allow access from the town to the new quays. The Spanish Arch is located on the banks of the River Corrib directly across from The Claddagh. In 1755, the arches were partially destroyed by the tsunami generated by the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. Until 2006, part of the Arch housed the Galway City Museum. At that time, the museum was moved to a new, dedicated building located just behind the Arch.