Clybaun Hotel

Address: Clybaun Hotel Clybaun Road, Knocknacarra, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Clybaun Hotel Clybaun Road, Knocknacarra, is near Salthill Promenade, Leisureland, Seapoint Leisure Centre, and Feeny's Equestrian Centre.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Indoor pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Hot tub
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Clybaun Hotel Knocknacarra

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Knocknacarra

          "Knowing that u will find everything u need"

          A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on May 03, 2015

          235 photos

          ... getting older but I texted her that I'd visit ONLY if she took some time off her phone, and she was great! and we played wii sports, and some video games, and chatted and I was my good ole silly self and we had a grand time.

          Sunday, ohh sunday, the weather was great, the day before was all rainy, and we asked bridigies neighbor for directions to The Father Ted House, its in Clare and was used for exterior shots for the tv show, Father Ted, and it was so cool! ha, the ...


          A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Aug 23, 2014

          2 comments, 8 photos

          ... Fort. This is a ring fort built around the 7th century for protection of people and animals from competing family groups. A good AV program to explain what happened and how it all worked. They certainly built impregnable walls, but they were still overcome. Passed another derelict castle (Leamaneh) at an intersection but could not get in. Next stop was Kilfenora cathedral, mostly a ruin of an old 6th century monastery but think part of it may still be used, not sure. ...


          A travel blog entry by saraann on May 24, 2014

          2 photos

          ... this "church bar" I wanted to go to, which allegedly used to be a church (we learned later that was false). They had stained glass windows and cathedral-esqe carved wooden arches, although there was a cover to go upstairs, which is supposedly where the cool part was. So we stayed in Quays and enjoyed our last Irish Guinness. It is, yes, all it's cracked up to be. It was a Saturday night, and the bars were hopping because a) it was an Irish 3-day weekend (Memorial ...

          Doolin Fiddles

          A travel blog entry by robin512 on Jul 26, 2013

          2 comments, 16 photos

          My apologies for the delay in writing more about our trip and yes, we are home now. It became very hard with our schedule to keep up with the blog and difficult to get as many photos downloaded as I wanted to. But as I sit at the computer listening to some of the Irish music we bought and organizing pictures, all the memories are flooding back. The next 3 entries will have many more pictures as they tell the story of ...

          Day 14 - A changed Ireland

          A travel blog entry by britt.mark on Apr 17, 2013

          3 comments, 7 photos

          ... from a visit by the National Trust. But a terrific house, built by the Speaker of the Irish Parliament in the 1730s, who died childless. The estate passed to his nephew and his 15 year old wife who undertook a number of projects in the 1760s. Even at that age she was a great shopper and more than skilled in spending.

          Still missing a ruin, it was off to Clonmacnoise, a monastic site on the Shannon river. I think ...