Galway Oyster Hotel

Castle Rd, Oranmore, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Castle Rd, Oranmore, is near Quiet Man Bridge, Rinville Park, Galway Bay Golf Resort, and Kilmacduagh Tower.
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    Travel Blogs from Oranmore

    So it's Sunday...

    A travel blog entry by mdutcher1 on Jul 24, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... of Ireland’s literary greats, novelist Maeve Binchy and playwright Hugh Leonard, it is also the current home of many stars. U2’s Bono and The Edge both have homes in the area (and own a pub in the town). Their musical counterparts Enya, Van Morrison and Chris de Burgh have joined them as Dalkey residents in recent years. Formula One drivers Eddie Irvine and Damon Hill both have homes in the town too, as does legendary ...

    Enlightenment Intensive part 1

    A travel blog entry by obicat on Mar 20, 2013

    3 photos

    ... completely without allowing any bad thoughts, fears or doubt even penetrate my thinking for even a second, when I spend a day doing only good deeds and good thinking would he grant me with a jewel that would symbolise my enlightenment. He also explained that all my stomach and bowel problems would dissipate at this time and that although I had never before been aware as my mind was thinking to narrowly and objectively that each time my stomach groans or moans it ...

    6 months in Galway, the vibrant city of the West

    A travel blog entry by willou on Jan 16, 2012

    52 photos

    ... team with some friends at the local stadium, the Sportsground. One of those game was against the rival province, Munster. Even if it is a small stadium there (capacity of 7000), the atmosphere is great. People are sometimes singing and it's like they are 40000 in the stadium as they really give voice.

    Galway is also really enjoyable to live because of the sea. I used to go running on the Claddagh and cycling around the Galway Bay, there is lot of ...

    Bikes and Pipes

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 21, 2011

    ... house, and I must come over and sing. I declined several times, and thought I got off the hook. They wanted to have their own session, but didn't have a guitar. How can you have a session without a guitar? They asked every person who walked by, "Do you have a guitar?" "Do YOU have a guitar?" Of course, their questions were followed by many hilarious answers, including people reaching into their coat pockets to search for their guitar, and a woman asking if ...

    From Dublin Into Ireland

    A travel blog entry by laschus on Apr 10, 2011

    ... short hop from Lahinch to Ennistymon to get checked in to our rooms.

    The Byrnes was easy to find, less than block away from the main intersection in the small town of Ennistymon. We got our car positioned to unload our bags, got checked into our room and settled in briefly before the evening's agenda.

    Mark still wasn't feeling well after the previous night's activities, so took a rain check for our venture into Doolin. We reluctanty left him behind and ...