45 CO. GALWAY | Be Our Guest Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 48 Rooms Ballynahinch Castle Hotel Luxury castle hotel with 48 bedrooms & suites on a 700 acre estate. Activities include fly-fishing, scenic walks, bicycles, clay shooting & locally, coastal boat trips from Roundstone. The award winning Owenmore restaurant and Fisherman’s Pub use the finest local ingredients. Ideal base to tour Connemara, Aran Islands & Wild Atlantic Way. Room Rate from: €185.00 - €480.00 Recess, Connemara Co. Galway, H91 F4A7 Open All Year +353-(0)95-31006 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ballynahinchcastle.com Patrick O'Flaherty - General Manager To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 29 Rooms Cashel House Hotel Cashel House, formerly one of Connemara's most gracious homes, set in 50 acres of grounds on the beautiful coastline of Cashel Bay with Cashel Hill rising behind. A Perfect Hideaway! Our restaurant, situated in the conservatory overlooking the gardens, serves country house cooking at its best. B&B from: €70.00 - €145.00 Cashel, Connemara Co. Galway, H91 XE10 Closed: January 2 - March 8 +353-(0)95-31001 email@example.com www.cashelhouse.ie Ray Doorley & Frank McEvilly 2 Nights Bed & Breakfast and 1 dinner from €165 per person. Special O er: 3 Star Hotel - 21 Rooms The Arches Hotel With a warm & intimate environment, The Arches Hotel caters for all needs and provides the perfect base to explore, not only the surrounding counties of Mayo, Roscommon & Clare, but also all the beauty and culture that Galway County and City has to offer. 21 Tastefully decorated bedrooms will provide a warm and friendly local atmosphere. Room Rate from: €55.00 - €179.00 Claregalway Co. Galway Closed: December 24 - December 25 +353-(0)0-091 739000 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thearcheshotel.ie Brendan Dunleavy - General Manager To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Special O er: Guesthouse - 9 Rooms Ben View House Townhouse dated 1848. Our guesthouse since 1926. Enjoy Irish hospitality surrounded by antiques & warm atmosphere. WiFi in all rooms. Recommended by Frommer, Guide de Routard, Lonely Planet,TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2013-17. Booking.com rated EXCEPTIONAL Free overnight street parking. AA regd. Motorcycles and bicycles storage. B&B from: €40.00 - €50.00 Bridge Street, Clifden, Connemara, Co. Galway, H71 HH28 Open All Year +353-(0)95-21256 email@example.com www.benviewhouse.com Eileen Morris To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Limerick’s love for art, sport, history and nightlife has allowed this culturally rich city to truly grow into itself in recent years. The buzzing nightlife of Limerick City may be unrivalled and it is beautifully counter-acted by the idyllic cultural towns like Adare and Glin. Well known historical landmarks like St. John’s Castle and St. Marys Cathedral may only be equalled by that of the modern architecture, and home of Munster Rugby, Thomond Park. Limerick is synonymous with rugby, but its connection to sport goes much deeper. Try horse racing at Limerick Racecourse, Greyhound racing at Limerick Greyhound Stadium, taste the counties passion for hurling and camogie at The Gaelic Grounds or soccer at Limerick City FC. If you are more interested in getting active, “The Treaty County” will also serve you well. Tee-up at one of the many courses around the county including the pristine Adare Manor Golf Course. For the adrenaline junkies there is also Ballyhoura Forest, which has nearly 100km of bike trails but is also perfect for walkers and hikers alike. If you need any more convincing to visit Limerick, how about its festivals. The city pulls no punches with its St. Patricks Day celebrations, while Riverfest in May caters for all interests and movie fans won’t be disappointed with The Fresh Film Festival in March and The Richard Harris International Film Festival in October.