Flannery's Hotel Galway - Galway City East, Co.Galway, H91 KH64, Ireland.
Flannery's Hotel Galway
Flannerys Hotel Galway
Flannery's Hotel is a popular Galway hotel, located 2 kilometres from the city centre. The hotel has a great advantage of extensive free parking and a regular bus route close by the hotel entrance with direct access to the city centre. Free WiFi, Cable TV, Tea & Coffee making facilities are all features in our rooms. The Galwegian Restaurant and Frankie's Bar & Bistro offers an extensive dinner and drinks menu. The front desk team are available at all times, to help guests with any requests. Newspapers, a public computer and laundry services are available. Flannery's Hotel is 2 kilometres from Eyre Square and Shannon Airport is approximately a 1 hour drive from the hotel. Due to our prime location, Flannery's Hotel is a popular choice for many people who visit Galway, as we are in close proximity to the city centre, tourist attractions, hospitals and Galway's largest corporate business parks and industrial estates.
Flannery's Hotel Galway
http://www.flanneryshotelgalway.com
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Dublin Road,, Galway City East, Co.Galway, Ireland.
+353 91 755 111
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National University of Ireland
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The Quadrangle first opened on 30th October 1849 and the University, then known as Queen’s College. At the time The University was one of three Queen’s Colleges in Ireland with the others located in Belfast and Cork. Today the Quad still stands at the heart of the University, built from local limestone in a Tudor Gothic architectural style, is based on Christ Church at the University of Oxford. Now used for administrative duties is also home to the offices of the President and the Vice-Presidents. This magnificent building is testament to the University’s wonderful history. 1849 – 1850 the first academic year, the University opened its doors to 63 students and offered three faculties, Medicine, Law and Arts. The University also had schools of Agriculture and Engineering. For any further information please ask at Flannery’s Hotel Reception.
National University of Ireland
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University Road, Galway, Ireland
(091) 524 411
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Galway Cathedral
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The Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas commonly known as Galway Cathedral, a Roman Catholic cathedral in Galway. Today is one of the largest and most impressive buildings in the city. Built on the site of the old city jail on Nun’s Island, on the west bank of the River Corrib near the Salmon Weir Bridge, construction began in 1958 and in 1965 on its completion it was dedicated, jointly, to Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and to St. Nicholas. The architecture of Galways Cathedral draws on many influences. The dome and pillars reflect a Renaissance style. Other features, including the rose windows and mosaics, echo the broad tradition of Christian art. It was the last large church in Ireland built from stone and the large octagonal Cathedral dome, at a height of 44.2 metres (145 ft), is a landmark that complements the skyline of the City of Galway. For any further information please ask at Flannery’s Hotel Reception.
Galway Cathedral
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Galway, Ireland
(091) 563 577
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Eyre Square
Eyre Square is a focal point of Galway City centre. It is a lively and attractive inner-city public park which has a number of shops and is also close to two of the city’s busiest shopping streets. The square has officially known as John F Kennedy Memorial Park since 1965. The President had visited Galway before he was assassinated in 1963. There is a portrait bust of JFK in the square. The Browne Doorway is one of the landmarks in the square. It was the doorway of the house on Lower Abbeygate Street that belonged to the Browne family.The square was redeveloped between 2004-06 and was awarded the Irish Landscape Institute Design Award in 2007. Take some time out, sit down relax and join locals and visitors alike soaking up the atmosphere. For any further information please ask at Flannery’s Hotel Reception.
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Shop Street
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Galway’s famous Shop Street, has some of the most impressive shopping available in West Ireland. As the main pedestrianised shopping street in Galway City, featuring one of Galway’s best known land marks the historic Lynch’s Castle now home to AIB Bank. While taking a stroll down Shop Street, soak up the wonderful atmosphere provided by the eclectic mix of street performers from musicians to jugglers, absorb the perfectly blended different styles both new and old of storefronts, numerous restaurants, coffee shops and pubs. With some of the worlds favourite brands and retailers including Brown Thomas, River Island, Tommy Hilfiger, Easons, Top Shop, Lazlo’s Jewellers, McCambridge’s and much much more. Shop Street meets the needs of any shopaholic. At the end of Shop Street is the pedestrianised Quay Street, renowned for traditional Irish music, crafts and good food.
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Lynch's Castle
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Once the home to the most powerful family in Galway. This wonderful limestone building is a fine example of an Irish Gothic style. The Lynch Family’s Coat of Arms can still be seen today, as can other proprietors of the house Henry and the Fitzgerald’s of Kildare. Situated between Shop Street and Abbeygate Street, this castle gives us a rare glimpse of old Galway. This majestic building stands as testimony to Galway’s splendid medieval past. Lynch’s castle was acquired by Allied Irish Bank in the 1930’s. Still its interior is impressive with coats of arms, stone fireplaces and a separate exhibition room with opens from Monday to Wednesday and on Fridays. You can visit the ground floor of the bank and view the history and architecture of the building, explained in great detail on a series of panels. Lynch’s Castle represents the old and the new. The modern world of banking operating in a historic building from the world of antiquity.
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St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church
The largest medieval parish church in Ireland that is in use today as a place of worship right in the heart of Galway City. This magnificent church displays some of the finest hand carved stone sculptures on the outside of the church you can see, a dragon, an ape and a magnificent lion and even a mermaid. High up on the roof’s edge are a series of stone Gargoyles, some of them richly carved into horses heads, a Manti Cora, human heads and another lion. Throughout its long history St Nicholas’ Church has received many visitors, the most famous is probably Christopher Columbus who prayed here during a visit to Galway in 1477. Amoung the more unpopular visitors were the Cromwellian troops who used the church as a stable for their horses after the siege of Galway in 1652. They are blamed for the headless and handless state of most of the carved figures inside the church.While there is disagreement about when building started on the church, the church was completed in 1320. Dedicated to S
St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church
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Market Street,Junction of Mainguard Street and Lombard Street.,Galway,, Ireland
086 389 8777
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Galway City Museum
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Established in 1976. Featuring artifacts related to the fishing industry, which was, and still is an integral part of tradition in the city. The museum provides a cross section of the antiques and implements that were historically used in Galway, reflecting its traditions. Artifacts include farm implements and tools along with machinery. There is also an impressive collection of military material artifacts. Galway’s medieval heritage is also represented in the medieval section, along with a series of 17th century stone carvings. Galway City Museum plays host to numerous permanent and touring exhibitions representing Galway cities rich archaeological heritage and history. Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 5pm with admission free. For any further information please ask at Flannery’s Hotel Reception.
Galway City Museum
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Galway, Ireland
(091) 532 460
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Spanish Arch
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Located on the banks of the River Corrib, just as the rivers runs into Galway Bay. The Spanish Arch are the last remains of a bastion that was added to the old city walls the 16th century, to help protect merchant ships from looting. Its name “Spanish Arch” refers to former merchant trade with Spain. Today the Spanish Arch is home to the Galway City Museum. While on a sunny day the lawns and riverside form a popular and relaxing gathering place for locals and visitors on any sunny day.
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Town Hall Theatre
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Built the 1820’s the Town Hall Theatre was originally the Courthouse and later served as the Town Hall. In the 1950’s, it was converted into a cinema and continued to screen films until it fell into disrepair in the 1990’s. In 1993 the Galway City Council, with the assistance of a grant from the Department of Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht, took on the major task of refurbishment. Finally in October 1995 the Town Hall Theatre re-opened its doors as a state of the art Municipal Theatre, incorporating a 393-seater Main Auditorium and the 60-seater Studio Space at Courthouse Square. Today the Town Hall Theatre in Galway is a hive of entertainment, renowned for bringing the best of local and global talent to Galway. Every year, the Town Hall Theatre plays host to almost all of Galway’s major festivals and cultural events including Galway Arts Festival, Galway Fringe Festival, Galway Film Fleadh, and Baboro Children’s Festival to name but a few.
Town Hall Theatre
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1 Courthouse Square Galway
(091) 569 777
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The Corrib Princess
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Cruise up along the River Corrib on board the Corrib Princess. Sailing from Woodquay in the heart of Galway city, travelling along the famous Steamers Line taking the traditional trade route out on to the Lough Corrib. The Corrib Princess takes you past castles and various sites of both historical interest and natural beauty. There is an abundance of wild life and the Corrib has a peace and tranquility all of its own.The Corrib Princess is a purposed built leisure cruiser, and can carry up to 157 passengers. The tour is 90 minutes in duration. From April to October, The Corrib Princess departs Woodquay every day at 2.30pm and 4.30pm, with additional tours scheduled during the summer months. Day and evening cruising runs from April to November with commentary in all major European languages.
The Corrib Princess
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Riverside, Woodquay, Galway City, Ireland.
(091) 592447
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Galway Racecourse
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Adrenalin-pumping action, heart-stopping finishes and breath-taking fashion; you are at the Galway Races. Situated on the outskirts of Galway city, just 2km from Flannery’s Hotel, the Galway Racecourse is the place to be when looking for Galway Raceweek Hotels. Veteran race goers, and indeed those who simply love the atmosphere, travel from around the world for the unique experience that is, the Galway Races. The Galway Races is certainly a festival for everyone. The Festival runs for seven consecutive days at Galway Racecourse starting from 27th July to 2nd August 2015. It is by far Ireland’s biggest horse racing festival, where horses are only a part of the attraction! Over 250,000 gather in Galway City to soak up the fantastic atmosphere. Located just a 5-10 minute taxi ride from both Eyre Square and the Galway Racecourse, Flannery’s Hotel Galway is the perfect Galway Race Week Hotel. Let us ensure that you get off to a winning start for this year at the Galway Races.
Galway Racecourse
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Ballybrit, Galway, Ireland
(091) 753 870
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The Aran Islands
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Situated on the edge of Galway Bay on the West coast of Ireland. The Islands are three of the most unspoilt Islands in the Atlantic. Despite being small is size, you will find that each island has its own unique and individual character. Along side ancient forts, churches and monuments, you will also discover that the flora and fauna is also different on each. Inis Oirr - meaning island of the east, at just 3sq kilometres in size it is the smallest of the Aran Islands. Inis Mór – the largest of the three Aran Islands. Inis Mór is approximately 12km in length and 3km in width. Inis Meáin - the quietest and most traditional of the three Islands.
The Aran Islands
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Dunguaire Castle
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Built by the O’Hynes clan in 1520, along the shores of Galwaybay. Dunguaire Castle was transferred in the 17th century to Oliver Martin. It remained in his family until early in the 20th century, when the poet Oliver St.John Gogarty acquired the castle and began its restoration establishing it as the meeting place for the leading figures of the Celtic Revival, such as W.B. Yeats and George Bernard Shaw. The castle’s ownership changed hands again in 1954 when Christobel Lady Ampthill bought the castle and the set about the completion of the restoration work started by Gogarty. The castle’s 75 foot tower and its defensive wall have been restored to excellent condition, and the grounds are open to tourists during the summer. Managed by Shannon Heritage, Dunguaire Castle is open daily to the public from April through to October from 10am – 5pm. Dunguaire Castle Medieval Banquet is held every night with costumed performers who recite Irish literature and play traditional Irish music
Dunguaire Castle
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Kinvarra, Co. Galway, Ireland
(061) 360 788
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Aillwee Caves
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In 1944 a farmer called Jack McGann discovered the caves while out walking his dog, when the dog chased after a rabbit inside the caves. However the farmer didn’t explore caves and it was almost 30 years later before he told anyone about his discovery. Finally in 1973 he told cavers of the cave and it wasn’t long after that the cave was explored as far as a boulder choke. Development of the main cave began quite soon after. With the boulder choke removed in 1977 allowing access to the rest of the cave. Consisting of over a kilometre of passages that bring you right into the heart of the mountain. The cave features an underground river and water fall along with some spectacular stalactites and stalagmites. The cave is much older than most of the other caves in Co. Clare with some of the formation with the cave dating back as much as 350,000 years. Just over one third of the cave’s passage is open to the public with tours running daily from 9:30am through out the year.
Aillwee Caves
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Aillwee Cave, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, Ireland
(065) 7077036
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The Cliffs of Moher
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The Cliffs of Moher located on the west coast of Ireland were formed as part of a massive river delta about 320 million years ago. The cliffs lie to the south of the village of Doolin and are named after a 1st century BC ruined fort “Mothar”. The signal tower at Hags Head close to the site of those ruins was built during the Napoleonic period in 1803. Rising slowly from Doolin they ascend to over 700 feet and stretch south for nearly five miles to Hags head. Their almost vertical sheer drop into the Atlantic Ocean is a haven for sea birds. The cliffs are not only spectacular view in themselves but give you a unique view of the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, as well as The Twelve Pins and the Maum Turk Mountains to the north in Connemara and Loop Head to the South. The cliffs reach their highest point near O’Brien’s Tower. A walk along the paved pathways near the cliffs edge cliffs is not to be missed.
The Cliffs of Moher
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Cliffs of Moher, Liscannor, Co. Clare, Ireland
(065) 708 6141
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Kylemore Abbey
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Built by Mitchell Henry in the second half of the 19th century and was at one time home to the Duke and Duchess of Manchester. However since 1920 the community of Benedictine nuns have resided at Kylemore Abbey, where up until recent years they ran a girl’s boarding school. Kylemore Abbey is the oldest of the Irish Benedictine Abbeys and a firm favourite with all visitors to the west of Ireland. Set amongst a Victorian walled garden, beautiful woodlands and over looks Pollacapall Lough. Seasonal activities including choral performances, guided garden tours, mountain hikes, children’s play trail, a stunning Gothic church and an excellent craft shop and restaurant. The lakes of over looked by the Abbey are renowned for fishing with fishery permits for salmon and sea trout available on the lakes. Guaranteeing something for everybody at Kylemore.
Kylemore Abbey
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Kylemore, Connemara, Co.Galway, Ireland
(095) 52001
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Connemara National Park
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This unspoilt environment offers the visitor a wonderland of sights, experiences, adventure and activities. Connemara in West Galway features the Twelve Pins mountains range, the lake-rich Roundstone Bog, and not forgetting the array of beaches along the Atlantic coast, you’ll know you’re in Connemara by contrasting landscape. The beauty of the Connemara landscape is due to its remote location and sometimes harsh conditions yet it remains largely unspoiled today with locals proud of its natural surrounding beauty. These quaint, yet lively villages where all the convenience of the modern day is available, but allow you an opportunity to step back in time to a more relaxed and friendly era. Connemara is one of Ireland’s most iconic destinations. Connemara the real emerald of Ireland
Connemara National Park
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Letterfrack, Co. Galway, Ireland
(076) 100 2528
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Cong
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The village is small and intimate with excellent pubs. Today the village of Cong is probably best known internationally today as where much of the Hollywood film the Quiet Man, starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara, was filmed. Although you can retrace the steps of the actors throughout the town, there is much more to Cong than just a movie set. The ruins of the former Augustinian abbey dating back as far as the 13th century feature are some of finest examples of medieval architecture in Ireland. Adjacent to the Abbey there is a beautiful walkway along the river and threw Cong Woods. Also, there is an authentic famine house nearby and the ruins of an old abbey right in the town. If you visit Cong, Ashford Castle is a must. Ashford Castle dates from the 12th Century, and the grounds are open to the public for you to take a walk around and a sample of what Ireland was like hundreds of years ago.
Cong
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Cong Tourist Information Office Old Courthouse, Abbey Street, Cong, Co. Mayo, Ireland
(094) 954 6542
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Tig Cóilí
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If its a traditional family run Irish pub experience Tig Cóilí has it all, great atmosphere, music and craic. The music sessions here are year round with travelling and local musicians joining in. Sticking with tradition there is no use of amplifiers here so people usually huddle together where the music is played creating the pub’s cosy atmosphere.
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Mainguard Street, Galway, Ireland
(091) 561 294
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Taaffes Bar
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In the Heart of the City on Shop Street is one of Galway City’s best known bars. Taaffes is one of the cities oldest pubs, first opening its doors over 150 years ago. While the building that is home to Taafes dates back at least 400 years. It is best known for its Traditional Irish music and there are sessions here daily year round.
Taaffes Bar
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19 Shop Street, Galway, Ireland
(091) 564 066
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Tigh Neachtain
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There is no other pub in Galway that offers such a diverse and interesting mix of patrons. From locals to tourists or actors and musicans all gather here, to soak up a truly unique atmosphere.
Tigh Neachtain
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17 Cross Street, Galway, Ireland
(091) 568 820
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The Kings Head
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With stunning decor period pieces through out including a fireplace dated 1612. The Kings Head has multiple levels in this large pub has two stages, up on the top floor you will find an intimate setting for various types of gigs including regular comedy gigs. While on the ground floor you will find live music 7 nights a week. Excellent selection of food served all day that is reasonably priced. You will find a friendly warm atmosphere
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15 High Street, Galway, Ireland
(091) 566 630
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Roisin Dubh
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The Roisin Dubh located on Dominic Street in the West end of Galway City is one of the most respected music venues in Ireland. Greats such as Ray Manzarek, John Paul Jones and Steve Earle have all played here as well as Irish legends such as Christy Moore, The Frames, The Saw Doctors and Andy Irvine.Established over 20 years ago venue has grown without losing its intimate atmosphere.You can see live music 7 nights a week here.
Roisin Dubh
http://www.roisindubh.net
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Lower Dominick Street, Galway, Ireland
(091) 586 540
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SEVEN BAR
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If you’re looking for somewhere to relax in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the Galway festivals this summer, Seven Bridgestreet in the Latin Quarter is the perfect location to do so. Pop in for the incredible cocktails and you may just end up staying for the night, as it’s hard to resist the tempting food, and the quality entertainment on offer. Whatever you’re looking for, Seven Bridgestreet can provide.
SEVEN BAR
http://sevenbridgestreet.ie
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5 - 7 Bridge Street, Galway, Ireland
(091) 563 804
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The Quays
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The Quays is also something of a tourist magnet as its always has a good mix of locals here from the City and County. Located in the middle of Quay Street you'll find the Quays busy every night and is one pub you will never drink alone. With a spectacular live music venue upstairs, there is live music seven nights a week until 2 am. The Music here ranges from traditional Irish Music, Country & Western and some good old fashioned Rock n Roll.
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11 Quay Street, Galway, Ireland
(091) 568 347
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Front Door
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The crowd here is predominantly in their mid 20's & 30's especially at the weekends. The Front Door is also very popular for its food Traditional Irish pub grub which is served daily from 12 noon until 9pm. Lots of seating in among the many nooks and crannies. The Front door is a cavernous premise accessible both from High Street and Cross Street in the middle of the Latin Quarter area. Open until 2am 7 days a week.This is a great place for a few pints night or day
Front Door
http://www.frontdoorpub.com
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3 High Street, Latin Quarter, Galway, Ireland
(091) 563 757
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The Dáil Bar
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Located at the corner of Cross street and Middle street, the Dáil Bar opened 2008. Although it bears the same name as the bar in Ireland's House of parliament, the reason for the name is "Dáil" translated means a place where people meet to discuss, debate and talk.The clientele are very similar to the Front Door being in their mid twenties upwards. There are bars on both of the two floors with a DJ playing upstairs at night. Food is served right throughout the day
The Dáil Bar
http://www.thedailbar.com
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42 Middle St Galway, Ireland
(091) 563 777
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Monroe's
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Monroe’s Tavern is open plan pub with plenty of comfortable seating availible. With open stone fires, stained glass, wooden floors and the longest bar in Galway and lined with high chairs there is a truly rustic feel to the tavern. With a reputation for traditional Irish music and a diverse clientele Monroe's is busy most nights. Every Tuesday night they have Traditional Irish set dancing. Where locals and tourists really mix to create great atmosphere.
Monroe's
http://www.monroes.ie
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14 Dominick Street Upper, Galway, Ireland
(091) 583 397
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Massimo
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In the West end of Galway City, Massimo. Stylish and spacious with plenty of seating and a dance floor, Massimo has it all. With funky artwork and fish tanks scattered throughout along side its well covered cozy outdoor smoking area all these extra touches that make this place unique. Massimo is a great place to meet like minded people.For some great live music and great company why not pop in to Massimo. Open until 2am Wednesday through Saturday.
Massimo
http://www.eatgastropub.com
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10 William St W, Galway, Ireland
(091) 582 239
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University College Hospital
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University College Hospital Galway is located on Newcastle Road in Galway City, just 15 minutes from Flannery’s Hotel Galway. You can take a Bus from the hotel directly to the University College Hospital Galway.
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Bon Secours Hospital
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Bon Secours Hospital Galway is located on the Dublin Road, just across the road from Flannery’s Hotel Galway, just a 2 minute walk away. Look no further for a Hotel near Bon Secours Hospital Galway.
Bon Secours Hospital
http://www.bonsecours.ie/galway
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Merlin Park Hospital
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Merlin Park Hospital Galway is located on the Dublin Road, approximately 1Km from Flannery’s Hotel Galway, just a 15 minute walk or 5 minute drive away. Look no further for a Hotel near Merlin Park Hospital Galway
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The Galway Clinic
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The Galway Clinic is located in Doughiska on the outskirts of Galway City, approximately 3.5Km from Flannery’s Hotel Galway, just a 20 minute walk or 10 minute drive away. Look no further for a Hotel near Galway Clinic.
The Galway Clinic
http://www.galwayclinic.com/Pages/home
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Doughiska Co. Galway
091 785 000
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Ballybrit Business Park
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Ballybrit Business Park, Castlegar, Co. Galway, Ireland
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Liosban Business Park
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Liosban Business Park, Tuam Rd, Galway, Ireland
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Mervue Business Park
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Galway Technology Centre
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Galway Technology Centre is located in a prime location on the outskirts of Galway City. GTC is 5 minutes from the M6 linking us to Dublin in 2 hours. We are also under 1 hour from both Shannon and Ireland West international airports. GTC is 10 minutes from Galway city centre with transport links within walking distance. We have ample free parking onsite for use by tenants and their visitors.
Galway Technology Centre
http://www.gtc.ie
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Mervue Business Park, Wellpark Rd, Co. Galway, Ireland
(091) 730 700
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Galway Technology Park
Parkmore is located to the rear of Table Talk Restaurant in a thriving technology centre on the east side of Galway City, 1km from the Galway to Dublin Motorway. The development is easily accessible from th Tuam Road, Dublin Road and Monivea Road. Other services include; Bus Eireann to Galway City Centre, departing every 15 minutes at peak times. Briarhill Business and Retail Park, and Parkmore IDA are adjacent to the development.
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Parkmore Business Park
Parkmore Business & Technology Park is a 38 hectare (94 acre) park located just off the Galway ring road at Parkmore. The park is occupied by many high end manufacturing and international services clients and continues to grow. The park has been designed and landscaped to a high standard including a services infrastructure to suit further investment in manufacturing and international services sectors.
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Ballybane Industrial Estate
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Tuam Rd, Co. Galway
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Dublin Airport
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Dublin Airport Ireland's busiest airport it is also amongst the ten busiest airports in Europe. Dublin Airport manages an average of 60,000 passengers per day, rising to 80,000 during the peak season, and more than 600 aircrafts movements every day.
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(01) 814 1111
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Shannon Airport
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Shannon airport has grown a vast infrastructure of enormous importance to Ireland’s Mid-west region which includes an attractive and growing tourism enterprise as well as the world’s first duty free industrial zone. The airport covers about 2,000 acres in County Clare on the north bank of the Shannon and is located approximately 22 kilometres (14 miles) East of Ennis and 90 kilometres south of Galway.
Shannon Airport
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Co. Clare, Ireland
(061) 712 000
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Ireland West Airport Knock
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Ireland West Airport Knock is the main international air access gateway for the West, North West and Midland regions of Ireland. The Airport has also experienced rapid developments and now serves more than 20 scheduled and charter destinations across Ireland, the UK, Europe and beyond. Ireland West Airport Knock is recognised as the preferred airport of choice within its catchment region because of the competitiveness, choice and value the Airport offers.
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Charlestown, Co. Mayo, Ireland
(094) 936 8100
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Galway Bus & Train Station
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Flannery's Hotel Galway
Dublin Road,, Galway City East, Co.Galway, Ireland.
Attractions
Flannery's Hotel Galway
Attractions
  • National University of Ireland
  • Galway Cathedral
  • Eyre Square
  • Shop Street
  • Lynch's Castle
  • St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church
  • Galway City Museum
  • Spanish Arch
  • Town Hall Theatre
  • The Corrib Princess
  • Galway Racecourse
  • The Aran Islands
  • Dunguaire Castle
  • Aillwee Caves
  • The Cliffs of Moher
  • Kylemore Abbey
  • Connemara National Park
  • Cong
  • Tig Cóilí
  • Taaffes Bar
  • Tigh Neachtain
  • The Kings Head
  • Roisin Dubh
  • SEVEN BAR
  • The Quays
  • Front Door
  • The Dáil Bar
  • Monroe's
  • Massimo
  • University College Hospital
  • Bon Secours Hospital
  • Merlin Park Hospital
  • The Galway Clinic
  • Ballybrit Business Park
  • Liosban Business Park
  • Mervue Business Park
  • Galway Technology Centre
  • Galway Technology Park
  • Parkmore Business Park
  • Ballybane Industrial Estate
  • Dublin Airport
  • Shannon Airport
  • Ireland West Airport Knock
  • Galway Bus & Train Station
  • Galway Coach Station - Seán Duggan Centre
Flannery's Hotel Galway
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Dublin Road,, Galway City East, Co.Galway, Ireland.
Flannerys Hotel Galway
Flannery's Hotel is a popular Galway hotel, located 2 kilometres from the city centre. The hotel has a great advantage of extensive free parking and a regular bus route close by the hotel entrance with direct access to the city centre. Free WiFi, Cable TV, Tea & Coffee making facilities are all features in our rooms. The Galwegian Restaurant and Frankie's Bar & Bistro offers an extensive dinner and drinks menu. The front desk team are available at all times, to help guests with any requests. Newspapers, a public computer and laundry services are available. Flannery's Hotel is 2 kilometres from Eyre Square and Shannon Airport is approximately a 1 hour drive from the hotel. Due to our prime location, Flannery's Hotel is a popular choice for many people who visit Galway, as we are in close proximity to the city centre, tourist attractions, hospitals and Galway's largest corporate business parks and industrial estates.
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