Clayton Hotel

Address: Old Monivea Road, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Old Monivea Road, Galway, is near Quiet Man Bridge, Kilmacduagh Tower, Royal Tara China Ltd., and Ballylee Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Galway

    Rain, rain, GO AWAY!

    A travel blog entry by cpelaez on Sep 20, 2013

    3 photos

    ... of the world to me, because there was no way of knowing whether there was more ground in front of me, or whether there was sky. I walked from side to side, up and down the slopes, and closer and farther from the edge of the cliffs, but all to no avail. There was wonderful weather all day Friday when I was in Galway City, and wonderful weather all day Sunday when I was in Limerick City, but it was rainy, cloudy, foggy, and ...

    The Isle of Éire

    A travel blog entry by megan.torgerson on Apr 08, 2013

    8 comments, 14 photos

    ... stop of their pilgrimage. We returned to Galway that afternoon and I had dinner with the crew.  After dinner we sent up a sky lantern in the night to celebrate the special day.  I watched it shrink into the sky until it looked like a star and then finally nothing.  It was suggested that perhaps the lantern would make it back to my home in America.  It was a celebration all day and after we released the lantern we went to a pub called The ...

    The ferry ride to the burren

    A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 05, 2012

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... found so far they've concluded that the fort encircled 2 huts for people and shelters for animals with the outside surrounded by less established huts. The theory is that the people lived in a type of feudal system with a main family who lived within the fort walls and subservient families who lived outside the fort. They said there are a number of these forts in the Burren area but this one was the best preserved. Next stop were the Aillwee caves. Aillwee is derived from ...

    Day 190 - 6 September- A sick old girl

    A travel blog entry by wagaitwanderers on Sep 06, 2011

    4 photos

    ... stabilise her. She is 14 with a dicky heart, a bad cough and a few other issues including the small stroke she had that made he go all wonky.

    So knowing she was ok at this time, we left, raining, so didn't walk very far, in fact only as far as the pub that the vet had suggested we visit. Good call. Had a couple of drinks then decided to stay and watch the World Cup Soccer Qualifier between Ireland and Russia. Good game, being honest, ...

    Trip to Galway!

    A travel blog entry by mccloskey22 on Feb 03, 2011

    46 photos

    ... reason were in Galway...? After all this, we walked over to the National University of Ireland, Galway. Beautiful campus is was a little smaller then UCC but had this main building that blew us away. Inside there was a large courtyard that made for an even more beautiful sight.

    All in all, Galway was a great experience. It's a very intimate and peaceful town with a great atmosphere. I would love to go back again! ...