Kiltevna House

Address: 24 Grattan Park, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 24 Grattan Park, Galway, is near Trad on the Prom, Quay Street, Galway City Museum, and Salthill Beaches.
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    "Ay, ya know Fintan Maloney? This is his son!"

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Feb 22, 2015

    1 comment, 331 photos

    ... mid-point”… - I honestly forgot the word 'intermission’ ,ha, soo he had a great time with my ‘mid point’ and ‘matrix’ lines, and he was explaining my table of people to others in the audience whose views were blocked, and oh he also said, “ayy Boston, youre wearing glasses cus putting on contact lenses just takes TOO F… Long!” in a terrible boston accents, ha. Ohhh man, soo I tried averting the attention and I think I ...

    Galway and Cliff Adventures!

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Sep 13, 2014

    12 photos

    ... was worth the hard hills we had biked over before. It was so much fun whizzing down the hills and being able to take in everything! We made it to Dun Aonghasa, which is the Black Fort that is on the cliffs of the Island. We walked up to the cliffs, which has about a 200-300 foot drop. We were able to sit right on the edge of the cliffs if we wanted to! (Which I did). It was quite beautiful. After leaving the cliffs, we biked along the coast back to the ferry ...

    Galway girl, hair was black and her eyes blue....

    A travel blog entry by heatherham on Jun 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... inland with a bit of drizzle to the bright sunshine of the coastal areas. The coastline through to the most easterly point was magnificent. Although I thought everything to date didn't measure up to what we have been seeing, I doubt if this can be bettered. The blue in the bright sunshine was beyond words and the lack of regimentation from tourist areas just made it magical. Sheep and cattle grazed up to the road, springs poured out of ...

    Let's Hit the Road

    A travel blog entry by bwells on Jan 29, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    If there's one thing I've learned about travel in Ireland it's that figuring out buses and bus schedules are a nightmare. The bus that everyone takes in Ireland has a website, although some of the routes it lists simply don't exist and makes ya think on your feet (as if traveling an unknown country wasn't already stressful enough). Also you need wifi, which is rare and hard to come by if you aren't in a select number of pubs or on the bus ...


    A travel blog entry by docdavid on Sep 15, 2013

    7 photos

    ... your view of the fields on either side is obscured by the thick hedges which serve as fences. This also obscures your view of oncoming traffic coming around corners.

    As clichéd as this sounds - I can't get over how GREEN it is here. The grass here is more vividly green than anywhere else I have seen. Consequently, all cows, sheep etc seem to be fat and happy.

    I had dinner at the Ard Bia at Nimmos ...

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