Be Our Guest 2018

50 Be Our Guest | CO. GALWAY Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 161 Rooms Salthill Hotel Located 5 minutes from Galway City overlooking Salthill Promenade. Our hotel’s tranquil setting makes us the perfect venue for exploring Galway & the Wild Atlantic Way. Our breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, exquisite Sea View Guestrooms & over 50 years experience in hospitality ensure our guests have a truly memorable experience. Room Rate from: €69.00 - €349.00 Promenade, Salthill Co. Galway, H91 DD4V Open All Year +353-(0)91-522711 Patrick Walsh - General Manager Family Offer: 2 B&B + 1D + Kids activities. Sun-Thurs from €448 Quote BE OUR GUEST Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 64 Rooms Menlo Park Hotel This is a long-established, popular, full service hotel with modern facilities. Bedrooms feature king and queen beds as well as twin/triple accommodation. All day food service in bars and restaurant. Conference and Banqueting facilities. Easy access from all roads, free parking and bus service adjacent. B&B from: €40.00 - €150.00 Headford Road, Terryland Galway, H91 E98N Closed: December 24 - December 26 +353-(0)91-761122 Elaine Healy To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Marvellous MAYO Much like Galway and Limerick, Mayo has a great reputation for those looking to have fun socialising or those looking to explore the outdoors. Large towns like Ballina, Castlebar and Westport have great social scenes, with Westport an ever popular destination for groups of all ages looking to have fun. But there is so much more to Mayo than just great towns to celebrate. The county has some magnificent surf spots dotted around its coastline, Carrowniskey, Bertra Beach and Oldhead all near Westport, Achill Island, Elly Bay (near Belmullet) and Kilcummin regularly offer waves at the 10ft mark. The county is also home to another of Ireland's National Parks, Ballycroy, which even has its own international star gazing park. Achill Island is also part of the county, possessing a number of Blue Flag beaches, dramatic cliffs, soaring mountains, remote lakes and secluded beaches. Achill Island is one of the most popular island destinations in the country for good reason and perfect for a scenic drive or cycle. When mentioning cycling in Mayo the Great Western Greenway cannot be ignored. At 42km it is the longest off road walking and cycle trail in the West and only rivalled by The Waterford Greenway (46km). Those with an interest in history should undoubtedly visit the Céide Field at Ballycastle. While the surrounding area may at first appear bleak, the site itself is deemed to be one of the world’s key Stone Age monuments. Mayo’s other site with major historical, and religious attraction, is the rocky climb of Croagh Patrick - a tough but worthwhile climb.