Quay House - County Galway

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Waterfront Galway townhouse filled with flamboyant charm

Waterfront Galway townhouse filled with flamboyant charm.

Come Here For...
  • A big-hearted, off-the-wall B&B
  • Quirky interiors reflecting the owners' worldwide travels
  • Arguably Galway's best breakfasts.

Hit the Spot
On the water's edge at Clifden in rugged Connemara.

Amenities
There's a leafy conservatory – perfect for breakfasts – and a cosy lounge with a turf fore for after-dinner drinks.

Good to know
If mini bars and trouser presses are for you, this isn't.

Essential info
Check in
14:00
Checkout
11:30
Minimum Stay
no
Closed
Closed December to February
Parking
There is free guest parking
Airport
Galway – 80km
Train
Galway station – 80km
Pets
No
Children
Welcome
Location
Beach Road, Clifden, County Galway, Ireland

Bedtime

Bedrooms
14 rooms

Special features
Most have four poster beds, open fires and wi-fi. All are a touch quirky. If you’re lucky, you’ll have a rolltop bath to soak and eat strawberries in.

Pillow Talk
Opt for a themed room if possible – we loved the huge Safari themed room, with its tiger skin rug and private balcony.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Only breakfast is served – and it’s tremendous. Eat up in the airy and open conservatory whose sunny aspect snaps you awake. Expect treats such as kedgeree, eggs Benedict, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, smoked haddock scones, homemade soda bread and poached fruit… feeling peckish?  Or you could just settle for the full Irish –  one of the best in Ireland.

Breakfast
Breakfast is served until 10am

Room service
No

Activities

See & Do
Take the scenic seven-mile Sky road to see Clifden and its lovely coastal setting from above, taking in the ruined castle as you go. Make a trip to Kylemore Abbey, set into green hills and the perfect place for a picnic. Explore the Connemara national park and be sure to call into Roundstone village – something of an artists’ colony – with its harbour and small streets. Hop on a boat and step back in time with a trip to the Aran Islands.

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