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Best of Both: Stroll to City or Sea

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1 Bed

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Double ensuite room on a quiet street in the prestigious Taylor's Hill area of Galway City. A short walk from the city centre along beautiful tree-lined streets, and equally close to Salthill and Europe's longest Seaside Promenade.

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Kitchen. We have a few basics for guest use: cereal, milk, butter, essential caffeinated beverages.

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 5:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Pet Owner: Other pet(s)


Extra people: $17 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $6
Weekly Price: $332 /week
Cancellation: Flexible


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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

2 nights minimum stay

Giant mirrors for important outfit decisions. On the right there is a shelf and hangers for guest use. Other side entirely given over to Rosemary's unhealthy coat obsession.

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About the Host, Rosemary

Galway, Ireland
Member since October 2012
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a day

  • Rosemary
  • The Cottage Bar

    Part of a group that includes also Oslo in Salthill, and Against the Grain in Dublin, the Cottage offers a broad array of local, Irish, and international brews. The Cottage also serves food.
    Salthill Road Lower Galway Galway
  • Crane Bar

    Don’t go upstairs with all the tourists. Sweat it out in the downstairs bar for a while and eventually someone will take out an instrument or break into song.
    Sea Road Galway Galway
  • Aldi Supermarket

    Slightly less comprehensive than Dunnes across the street, its nevertheless worth stopping at first as it is so much cheaper, and a teeny bit closer.
    Galway Galway
  • Dunnes Stores

    Large grocery store - has almost everything youll need.
    Seamus Quirke Rd Galway
  • Spring Clean Express

    Laundromat convenient to our house.
    Seamus Quirke Rd Galway

    O Connor’s is a very odd place that has to be seen to be believed. There is sawdust on the floor and the last time we were there there was a full jazz band. Full. Jazz. Band.
    Upper Salthill Galway Galway
  • Rouge Restaurant

    Rouge offer only three dishes per evening. Meat, fish, or vegetarian. The meat is always steak. Everything is creamy. Everything.
    Lower Dominick Street Galway
  • Gourmet Tart Company

    The fish special will be locally sourced and fresh. Always a great option. Also, where Gourmet Tart really excels is in the bakery, so make sure you sample the bread basket and don’t skip desert.
    Quincentennial Dr Salthill Galway
  • Galway Atlantaquaria, National Aquarium of Ireland

    Incredible array of local fish-life, with knowledgable staff and a large touch-pool.
    Seapoint Promenade Galway Galway
  • McDonagh's

    Fish! Chips! In fact, this is not our favourite Fish Chip Shop in Galway, but we include it because it’s just so ridiculously famous, and it’s cute as hell inside.
    Quay Street Galway
  • Kettle of Fish

    We prefer the fish in this little hidden gem to that in the more famous McDonaghs around the corner.
    Cross St Galway
  • Ard Bia at Nimmos Restaurant

    Ard Bia update their menu so regularly it’s hard to say, but everything is good and they excel at combining unexpected flavours. It’s open for lunch from noon also.
  • Tigh Neachtain

    Hands down the best place to people-watch in Galway. Constantly busy, and bursting with local character. Fun fact: displays one of only two complete collections of Galway Arts Festival posters.
    17 Cross Street Galway Co. Galway
  • Galway City Museum

    A great place to kill a few hours. Also their coffee shop does to-die-for desserts.
    Merchants Road Lower Galway Galway
  • The Malt House

    We haven’t been to Malt House in a while, and like Ard Bia they tend to update their menu regularly. So go for something in-season and local. It’s all good.
    High St
  • McCambridge's Of Galway Ltd

    Scrambled eggs and black pudding sausages. And a breakfast cocktail. Nobody will judge.
  • O'Connells

    One of our favourites, don’t be fooled by the tiny interior, this place has a massive beer garden and lots of cosy corners. Positively riotous on a Saturday night, there is often a band in full swing.
    Eyre Square Galway Galway
  • Lunares Tapas Restaurant

    Start with Patatas Lunares (Patatas Bravas with an egg on top) and make it up from there. We love the croquettes. Four dishes suit two hungry tourists, and if you’re still peckish just keep ordering.

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