At The 4 Star Claregalway Hotel
Are you planning a perfect holiday in the West of Ireland? The Claregalway hotel is a fantastic choice for your Galway City Break. Located just only 15 minutes drive from the beautiful Galway City Centre places us right on the doorstep to the top local attractions in Galway. This prime location paired with luxurious standard rooms and family friendly guestrooms makes the Claregalway hotel the perfect choice for your holiday in Ireland.
Discover Galway’s Local Attractions
There’s a wide range of things to see and to do around County Galway near Claregalway Hotel, including the Burren, Kinvara and the Cliffs of Moher. Enjoy unique access to both Galway City and the attractions of the Wild Atlantic Way when you book your stay with us. Take a trip to Connemara and explore its tiny coves, bays and fishing villages or journey the majestic Wild Atlantic Way. Enjoy a walk on the Salthill Promenade or visit the Galway City Museum. From visiting historical monuments to beautiful scenic walking trails, there is an endless number of fun activities available in Galway.
Award Winning Dining In Galway
After a long day exploring the treasures of Galway relax and unwind in our award-winning Bia & Co Alfresco Terrace and Gastrobar which offers diners the finest in locally sourced Irish Cuisine, Light Snacks, Pizzas and more If you are looking for a private retreat while also being in the centre of the action,
Why Choose Us
The Claregalway Hotel is the place for your break away. By booking direct on our official website, you will receive the very best offers and discounts along with the most professional customer service. Below we have listed some of the most popular local tourist attractions.
The Promenade in Salthill is one of the most beautiful areas in Galway City, overlooking the Galway Bay, the home of the regions famous oysters and local produce.Read More
Galway City Museum
Opened in 2006, this free museum is one of the most popular tourist destinations when visiting the tribe county with over 200,000 visitors per year.Read More
Dunguaire Castle is a must-see when visiting the West of Ireland. It was brought back to life in 1924 during the time of the great Celtic revival in Irish literature.Read More
The Thoor Ballylee, a well-preserved 14th century Norman tower which once belonged to the W.B. Yeats. Explore Irish history and cultural heritage at Thoor Ballylee.Read More
One of Europe’s largest and most spectacular great stone churches, The Galway Cathedral in Galway City is located on the west bank of the River Corrib.Read More
The Burren National Park
If you are looking to visit the most unique ecosystem in the world then this is the pace for you. The Burren National Park is located in the southeastern part of the Burren in North Clare/South GalwayRead More
Visitors to this wonderful site can explore almost 400 hectares of wetland and woodland, covering many kilometres of nature trails while taking in the beauty of the woods, rivers, limestone and more.Read More