Hotels in Galway (County) in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... Castle is situated on the left, just before you reach the village of Corrandulla. We will be driving across from Dublin, so we will join the N17 via the N18 at Claregalway. At least, that’s the theory! I’m the navigator!! You can fly to Shannon or Knock airports if preferred, but would still need to hire a car. WHAT IS IT LIKE? (according to the website) “There is no category in which to place Cregg Castle. It is neither a hotel, nor an ordinary guesthouse. There is no bar, but wine is available and guests are welcome to bring their own drinks. The atmosphere is friendly and informal. You will experience ... more
Customer Hotels in Galway (County) in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/08/02, updated on 11/12/02 (Very useful, 273 readings)
One Sunday at the end of June, one of the Sunday newspapers (I think it was the Guardian) ran an article on staying at a castle in Ireland, and gave a number of websites to view some of them. Now this really appealed to me, and as we hadn’t yet booked a summer holiday, I decided to have a look at a few of them. A number were completely out of our price range, being over £100.00 per night just for bed and breakfast, but a couple of them seemed worth a second look, including the one we finally decided on: Cregg Castle, near the village of Corrandulla, about 8 miles outside Galway. This was not the largest castle on offer by any means, having just 14 guest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/01, updated on 02/05/01 (Useful, 131 readings)
Upon a recent trip to galway I payed a visit to the newly built SAS Radisson in the docklands. I did not stay the night but I did have a look around aswell as a sandwich and a few coffees. This hotel only opened this month (april 2001) and it is not fully finished yet. It has 202 bedrooms, why they couldn't round this off to an even 200 is beyond me. The Radisson is a massive hotel and will shortly have a conference room and a fully equipped gym, among other things. Inside, there are palm trees in the lobby, and a very high ceiling, the interior has a very Frank Lloyd Wright feel to it. The restaurant can seat up to 250 people. Probably the best aspect to ... Read the complete review
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