O'Deas Hotel

Bride St, Loughrea, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by tomodea


... the Office of Public Works who look after these historic sites. They were friendly, helpful, pleasant, enthusiastic and knowledgeable.

Patrick, our guide at the castle and Damar house spent nearly an hour showing us around. The castle has been restored but they have a leak in the top floor so we couldn't go there. There is a main hall with a minstrel’s’ gallery, an oubliette, a portcullis and drawbridge and a ...

Greetings from Tropical Galway!

A travel blog entry by foley1617


... pantry' (a literal hole in the ground). The flowers were the most amazing.. The rocky landscape was full of wildflowers and other flora. It was stunning to see such beauty struggling to appear amidst the rocks and craggy surface. As beautiful as the landsscape was the flowers were more so. It was only 30 minutes thru the Burren to our final destination of Galway. I did take a video of our drive, another white knuckler, so I hope you enjoy that as much as I ...

Beautiful Galway

A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g


... ancient one, built in the 1960s but still huge, lovely stained glass windows and the internal curved roof lined with cedar - quite spectacular. The oldest, medieval area is closed to traffic, narrow cobble stone streets with lots of pubs and shops. One corner has Lynch's Castle which is now a bank, then down another alley is a beautiful old church. A gorgeous sunny day today ...

Saint Patrick's Weekend

A travel blog entry by obicat


... Shivam could attend a gig that his Friend Liam was playing in "The Townhouse" pub in Galway. He invited me and Chris along and we had a really good time. There was also a band playing downstairs called 'Four Men and a Bass' (see photos/videos). Friday myself and Chris went with Simon to a local charity shop to get some materials to make costumes for the Galway Saint Patrick's day parade. I also managed to get a little seed sprouter from there so ...

Galway: A City of Culture

A travel blog entry by jenny.og

... with chop-stick cleanser...yikes)!

McSwiggan's - I've made the visit to McSwiggan's on 3 different visits to Galway and each time have ordered a different local delight and each time have been wonderfully satisfied by the quality of food and ambience. Connemara Hill Lamb is an absolute treat!

The Bridge Mills - Great local pints (such as the Galway Hooker), and a brilliant ambience set in an old Mill of Galway just ...

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This hotel, located on Bride St, Loughrea, is near Dun An Oir.
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