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Luxurious Suite furnished with carefully selected antiques & designer fabrics, featuring beamed horseshoe ceilings, king size bed, seating area and galley kitchen - where continental breakfast is provided. Private parking & beautiful cottage gardens.
Weir Haven is an old-world, thatched country lodge, situated in a tranquil setting at the edge of Galway Bay on the West Coast of Ireland. Once you drive through the entrance, you feel you are in a different world. You will be amazed by the unique fairy-tale design of the house, with its curved thatched roof, eyebrow windows, and climbing roses. The charming cottage gardens, nurtured with loving care, complete this oasis of peace, an ideal retreat from your busy life and is ideally located just twenty minutes from Galway City. This truly is a perfect base from which to explore the world-renowned Cliffs of Moher, Burren and Connemara. It is also only five minutes from Moran's Oyster Bar, one of the most famous lobster and oyster bars in Ireland.
Weir Haven Suites overlook the Kilcolgan River, a tidal estuary featuring the famous Weir, with clear views of the neighbouring Kilcolgan Castle and Moran’s Oyster Cottage. It offers a peaceful retreat from the busy world and guests can relax in the spacious drawing room furnished with an eclectic mix of Victorian, Edwardian and French antiques and books. You can wander in the pretty cottage style gardens or relax on one of the terraces. Other areas of the garden are suitable for quiet reflection or meditation.
The suites have dome shaped ceiling with chandelier and are elegantly and luxuriously furnished with carefully selected antiques and designer fabrics, creating an exceptional standard of comfort and luxury.
Continental breakfast is supplied in the galley kitchen.
Weir Haven is built on land steeped in history at Tyrone Avenue. The area formed part of St. George’s Estate dating back to the 17th century and the ruins of Tyrone House - a neo-classical cut stone mansion - is only 1 mile away, as is St. Sourney’s Church and Well - a religious site dating from the 6th century.
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