47 CO. GALWAY | Be Our Guest Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 92 Rooms Clybaun Hotel Enjoy a leisurely break-away at the Clybaun Hotel Galway. The hotel is located in Knocknacarra, only a 10 minute drive from the City centre and a 5 minute drive from Salthill. The Clybaun Hotel is bright and spacious, the hotel offers its guests free WiFi throughout the hotel, free parking, and complimentary use of the leisure centre facilities. Room Rate from: €59.00 - €299.00 Clybaun Road, Knocknacarra Co. Galway, H91 F62V Closed: December 24 - December 25 +353-(0)91-588088 firstname.lastname@example.org www.clybaunhotel.ie Fintan Loftus - General Manager Receive a 10% discount off selling rate at the time of booking by quoting BE OUR GUEST Special O er: 3 Star Hotel - 134 Rooms Flannerys Hotel Galway Located in Galway City East, 2km from Eyre Square. 134 bedrooms, award winning Galweigan Restaurant and Frankie's Bar and Bistro. 4 conference suites, free WiFi, free car parking. Local attractions include Galway City Centre, Galway Irish Crystal, Royal Tara China, Ballyloughane Beach. Room Rate from: €59.00 - €1000.00 Dublin Road, Galway Co. Galway, H91 KH64 Closed: December 24 - December 26 +353-(0)91-755111 email@example.com www.flanneryshotelgalway.com Mary Flannery - Owner(s) To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Special O er: 3 Star Hotel - 113 Rooms Maldron Hotel Oranmore Galway Maldron Hotel Oranmore Galway is ideally located 10km from Galway city just off the N18. Ideal for families with a games room, outdoor play area, 20m pool and baby pool, all complimentary. On selected dates we run a Free Kids Camp from 6pm-10pm for 4-12 year olds. We boast large family rooms catering for up to 2 adults & 3 kids. Room Rate from: €54.00 - €220.00 Oranmore, Galway Co. Galway, H91 K7FA Closed: December 23 - December 27 +353-(0)91-792244 firstname.lastname@example.org www.maldronhotelgalway.com Dermot Comerford - General Manager 10% off BAR with the code BE OUR GUEST. Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 104 Rooms Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway Within walking distance of Galway city centre & only a 5 minute drive to Salthill. The perfect location from where to base your stay when visiting the city of the tribes. Our large well- appointed guestrooms and a luxurious Spa are located at Headford Point, giving you a launching point from where to explore Connemara and the West of Ireland. Room Rate from: €69.00 - €300.00 Sandy Road, Headford Road Co. Galway, H91 ET6N Open All Year +353-(0)91-513200 email@example.com www.maldronhotelsandyroadgalway.com Siobhan Burke 10% off BAR with the code BE OUR GUEST. C .D Donegal boasts the longest coastline in the country at 1,130km. It brings with it numerous attractions from the rough and rugged Slieve League Mountain range to the calming Silver Strand Beach. Donegal’s natural beauty seems never ending with the likes of Glenevin Waterfall, Glenveagh National Park, Swan Park, Lough Eske or the country’s most northern point Malin Head all found in the county. Fanad Head Lighthouse on Fanad Peninsula will encapsulate any visitor, with tours of the building available you will get a true sense of why it is regarded as one of the country’s finest lighthouses. As with all of the coastal counties on the Atlantic, the selection of beaches in Donegal is vast with many perfect surfing conditions. C . S For any first-timer entering Sligo City, you might be taken aback by the sight of a large green rectangular Mountain in the distance. Belbulben, while not the highest mountain on the West, is probably the most unique with spectacular views on every step you take. The City itself is lively, with many bars along the Garvoge River with live music a common feature, perfect for a relaxing summer’s day. The county is littered with ancient historical landmarks such as Sligo Abbey, the fabulous Lissadell House and Megalithic Tombs in Carrowkeel and Carrowmore. C .Ro Roscommon may not have the advantage of sitting on the Atlantic coast but it does boast the Arigna Mining Experience. This homage to Irish mining has been growing in popularity ever since it first opened to the public in 2003. If your interest is more geared toward Irish Mythology then Rathcrogan will be the perfect destination. With archaeology digs on-going and over 60 significant monuments found, there is much to discover. C . L t Leitrim is often the destination for those seeking tranquillity or indeed a lively night out. Nestled against both the River Shannon and Lough Allen, sailing, canoeing, fishing and cruising opportunities are plentiful in the county. If you really want to get away in Leitrim, Glengar Waterfall is an obvious choice, however, the Fowley’s Falls Walk along the Glenanniff River is one of the most peaceful areas in the West and relatively unknown.