Skeffington Arms Hotel

28 Eyre Square, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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Anniversarry Trip

A travel blog entry by estalinrosetes

Galway

Galway - Beautiful Claddaugh Country

A travel blog entry by vacationista

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After spending a very humbling and emotional day in Derry Northern Ireland, a change of pace came to my trip with 2 days spent in Galway with a ferry over to the Aran Islands. A whirlwind of choice, Galway features an array of ways to be entertained and enchanted with its rich Irish and small town feel.

When you are surrounded by Irish culture for a period of more than 3 days, you can clearly see why the Irish are a happy wee bunch. Carefree, full of life ...

Day 9 - Dublin to Galway

A travel blog entry by lamondg

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... so you’re free to make up your own story.

We continue to explore the valley stopping at the ruins of Slane Abbey, where we nearly froze to death, the Hill of Tara, too cold and wet for a couple of us to leave the gift shop, Trim Castle, and the Climough Stone, which we came across by accident. We only discovered after the event that Trim Castle was the setting for the Braveheart movie, and the unassuming stone set in a cow paddock ...

Galway

A travel blog entry by webbies2013

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All grandad wanted to do today was to see the sun set over Galway Bay ;) We had a nice drive down to Galway today with a quick pitstop in Drumcliff, where the famous Irish poet and writer W.B Yeats lived and died. St. Colmcille also founded the church there. Galway is a beautiful and exciting city. Home of the Claddagh ring and heaps of great music. We really enjoyed walking through the cobbled stoned city streets....and our dinner was the best we've had (out) in Ireland so far ...

Galway and the Connemara

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning

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... and Brown.
The drive was quite spectacular. Not Swiss Alps spectacular, but
impressive all the same. Windswept hills, rushing rivers, mist shrouded
lakes, sleepy villages. Everything about the drive said "Ireland".

Arrived back in Galway late in the day. Still raining and cold. But a satisfying day of sightseeing ...

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Location

This hotel, located on 28 Eyre Square, Galway, is near Eyre Square, The Medieval City Walls, Riverside Walk, and The Browne Doorway.
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