Be Our Guest 2019

78 Be Our Guest | CO. GALWAY Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 49 Rooms Delphi Resort Submerged in a deep glacial valley at the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, the 4 Star Resort blends seamlessly with its rugged backdrop & makes the most of the surrounding breathtaking views. Offering warm Irish hospitality, exquisite food, outdoor adventure & the ultimate spa experience, Delphi will awaken your senses. B&B from (pps): €49.00 Leenane, Connemara Co. Galway, H91 DP08 Closed: December 17 - January 25 +353-(0)95-42208 Nouman Zeb - General Manager 10% off all B&B and Spa, Adventure & Gourmet Breaks when you use the promo code 'BE OUR GUEST' Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 13 Rooms Ross Lake House Hotel This Georgian Country House is surrounded by acres of mature trees and rolling lawns creating a quiet haven. Attractions include fishing on Lough Corrib, golfing at Oughterard, exploring the Aran Islands and Connemara. Situated 22km from Galway City route N59 main Galway/Clifden road. Left after village of Rosscahill. B&B from (pps): €67.00 - €100.00 Rosscahill, Oughterard Co. Galway, H91 H261 Closed: November 1 - March 15 +353-(0)91-550109 Elaine & Henry Reid To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Special O er: 3 Star Hotel - 23 Rooms Park Lodge Hotel Park Lodge Hotel is 15km from Galway train / bus station and 22km from Galway Airport. We are a family-run business. Home cooked food is the hallmark of the Park Lodge Hotel. We are ideally situated for visiting the Aran Islands and Connemara. B&B from (pps): €40.00 - €55.00 Spiddal Co. Galway, H91 ETW1 Closed: October 1 - May 31 +353-(0)91-553159 Jane Marie Foyle To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. In 1852 successful financier Mitchell Henry and his new bride Margaret Vaughan honeymooned in Connemara in the heart of County Galway. Struck by the beauty of the place, Margaret commented on how wonderful it would be to live there. Thirteen years later a castle emerged, overlooking a glassy Connemara lake. That castle is Kylemore. For almost 10 years, Mitchell, Margaret and their nine children enjoyed their life here, but after a visit to Egypt, Margaret contracted a fever and died. Heartbroken, Mitchell built his beloved a beautiful and elegant final resting place – a small church by the lake at Kylemore. Today you can take a tour of Kylemore’s perfectly restored reception rooms and see for yourself how the Henrys lived. Make sure to visit the famous Victorian walled garden and Gothic church or just wander around the grounds and enjoy what has to be one of the most beautiful places in the world.