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On the shores of Galway Bay, just a 5 minute drive from the M6 and a 10-minute drive to Galway city and Galway Airport, this 4-star hotel offers luxurious rooms, leisure facilities including an indoor...
Very beautiful very well kept old building takes you back in time , with gorgeous furnitures and lovely facilities. The bed was very comfortable, and bedroom good size. Ample parking available. Breakfast was good , bar is open til late. Definitely one of the best hotel I have stayed whilst travelling around Ireland.
Maldron Hotel Galway is a 10-minute drive from Galway city, and ideally located close to motorways to reach all corners of Ireland.
Check in was efficient and service was friendly. The room was clean, the pool facilities were great and my children told me that the breakfast served was the best that they ever had. We had a wonderful stay.
In the heart of Oranmore village, with easy access to Galway city, the hotel offers 16 tastefully decorated rooms with attached bathroom, a beautiful bar and the award-winning Basilico Restaurant.
the staff, breakfast, cleanliness, rooms, location
Oranhill Lodge Guest house is a family-run bed & breakfast. This beautiful redbrick house is set in a well-manicured garden, just 5 minutes' walk to the village of Oranmore.
The room was very nice, the hosts very kind and the breakfast was amazing. There were several options, all great. Bread and scones were top notch.
Offering quiet street views, Oranmore Apartment on the Wild Atlantic Way is a property located in Oranmore, 6.1 miles from Galway Greyhound Stadium and 6.6 miles from Eyre Square.
We liked the apartment location. It suited for everywhere we liked to visit. The apartment was really comfortable, very clean and had everything that made our stay memorable. The property owners are very welcoming. We will certainly be back.
Located in Oranmore and only 3.8 miles from Galway Greyhound Stadium, Sea of Dreams has accommodations with mountain views, free Wifi and free private parking.
A very pleasant experience. The view is breathtaking and the property is quite private and isolated. The bathrooms were new and clean. Comfy beds and pillows and well equipped kitchen. The temperature in the house was pleasant. Pastoral atmosphere. The owner was very nice and helpful.
Michael and Ann were wonderful hosts. His guidance on a sunny day in May afforded us the opportunity to see some wonderful sights in Connemara that otherwise we would not have seen. Ann’s scones at breakfast were an added plus. Being just south of Galway, it was well positioned for us to visit the Cliffs of Moher, some Celtic crosses, Doolin, and the Burren.
Quite a grand hotel, which has a restaurant and a good leisure centre with helpful staff. The suite I stayed in had a king size bed, bedside lamps, small sofa and chair and a circular table. It had air-con but I did not use it - the window had louvre shutters and would open, which I preferred to do, rather than use the air-con. There was no view, as there was a screen of artificial ivy arranged outside, in front of the window, but it was quite pleasant. The decor was of a good standard and of a subdued beige, brown and sage green - calming but evocative of the 70s. It could use some bright scatter cushions to bring it up to date. I only breakfasted once but the staff were very friendly and accommodating. There was a wide range of possibilities, through the traditional Irish to continental options. It is also possible to buy a ground coffee, rather than the usual hotel instant, at an additional cost of €2.60. There are tables outside the front of the building which make a welcoming area to meet for coffee or drinks in the pleasant green surroundings of mature trees, shrubs and garden. It is a short walk to the nearest precinct ('Joyce's) which has supermarkets, clothing retailers, a newsagent a bakery and a Costa Coffee - a good option for an alternative breakfast. The bus stop for the Cliffs of Moher is just outside Joyce's, on the same side. Just across the road is a garden containing the spring/well which gives Oranmore its name ('More = well). Beside it is the bus stop to Galway city - buses run at about 20- minute intervals.
Very nice town with easy access to Galway city and surrounding areas. We took the local bus into Galway city which was great as we did not have to worry about parking. Buses run to schedule. Spent some time in Oranmore village which was lovely.
a small village close to galway city. within walking distance you can find all necessary needs... good restaurants and pubs shopping etc etc driving to connemara was just 35 minutes drive for the nature lovers were you can enjoy beautiful walks and scenery of all kinds :) enjoy it
Oranmore has plenty to see and do, and is withing driving distance of other tourist attractions such as the Burren, Doolin, Galway City and many others. There are plenty of pubs and restaurants, so choice is plentiful. Unfortunately the hotel we stayed in were devoid of any human compassion when I contracted covid and due to that experience, I would not stay there again, however much it was value for money. There is no monetary price on basic human kindness, otherwise known in the industry as hospitality.
Not recommended for couples or anyone who wants a quiet night to sleep. Arrived on Thursday the 11th of November 2021, my birthday. Planned a 2-night getaway with my boyfriend for my birthday. I wanted to have a nap because we had a long day. However, kids were running through hallways and in the room upstairs from ours and knocking at people doors. When my boyfriend went up to reception, they said they couldn't do anything because it was only 6 pm. Fair enough. Didn't go out because I couldn't sleep and was too tired. Tried to sleep at 9 pm but the children upstairs were still running and jumping about. At 11 pm it didn't get less noisy and I went to the reception to complain. The night staff were very helpful and the noise stopped immediately. The next day and night, the exact same story. The other night staff were also very helpful. However, a guest shouldn't need to complain about noise in the first place. I also wear earplugs and I could still hear the noise, I think that says enough about the loudness. When we checked out on Saturday morning, the girl at the reception asked if I enjoyed my stay and I said it was alright except for the lack of sleep caused by the noise. She replied, "oh yes, there are a lot of rooms with kids upstairs". She didn't say anything, did not apologise or anything and let me pay 6 euro for 2 swimming hats, which you apparently needed to bring if you want to use the pool, otherwise, you need to pay for them. A tip to the manager of this place: don't put families with children upstairs or don't put couples right underneath them. Furthermore, the pool was nice, breakfast was good. However, the girl who worked on Friday morning should not be taking orders, her English is not good enough and could not understand anything we said, we didn't get what we ordered that morning.