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Up to date reviews of hotels in the West of Ireland including Galway, Mayo, Limerick and Clare.


St Clerans Manor House – Galway
Romantic, exclusive and so comfortable. Surrounded by acres of unspoilt grounds and gardens… read review of St. Clerans Manor House, Galway

Glenlo Abbey Hotel – Galway
The history of the city and that of the Glenlo Abbey and the fortunes of at least two of the great merchant tribes who ruled the city for 500 years, are closely intertwined….read review of Glenlo Abbey Hotel – Galway

Radisson SAS – Galway
We absolutely loved the Galway Radisson SAS Hotel. The location was perfect for our busy shopping schedule…read review of Radisson SAS – Galway


Knockranny House – Mayo
The luxurious sense of space and elegance was the first thing that struck me as I came through the door of Knockranny House. It is quite rare to experience such spaciousness, and this very feeling continued through to the bedrooms, the dining room and the Spa. And the new suites are indeed something to behold… read the of Knockranny House Co. Mayo


Radisson SAS Limerick
The Radisson SAS at Limerick has a lot going for it, excellent executive rooms and twenty acres of landscaped gardens and views of the Woodcock Mountains are just the icing on the cake… read review for Radisson SAS Limerick

The Mustard Seed At Echo Lodge – Limerick
This country house and restaurant is a real gem in Ireland’s hospitality collection…read review of The Mustard Seed At Echo Lodge – Limerick


Gregans Castle Hotel, Co. Clare
We loved our recent stay at Gregans Castle set in the rugged beauty of North Clare overlooking Galway Bay. It was the view, the gardens, the birdsong, the friendliness, the peace, the tranquillity and the wonderful food… read the review of Gregans Castle Hotel Clare

Moy House, Clare
Our visit to Moy House was so special, that it inspired Felix Culper to wax lyrical and to pen the following review:
“ Forget golfing, walking or surfing, even though excellent conditions exist for all these nearby, this is a place for doing nothing!…read the review of Moy House, Clare

What’s To Do In The Area?

Golf – Westport boasts its very own 18-hole championship golf course on the shores of Clew Bay and in the shadow of Croagh Patrick. Clew Bay 9 hole golf course is par 35 and is set in very scenic surroundings. There are also 18 hole golf courses situated in Ballinrobe, Ballina, Rosses Point, Clifden, Belmullet and Enniscrone.
Contact Hotel reception for local tee times.

Fishing – Co Mayo is often described as a game angler’s paradise. It also offers top class sea angling with some limited coarse fishing also available. Trout & Salmon fishing is available at a wide range of local rivers and lakes. Mayo’s largest lake, Cough Conn is one of the country’s best brown trout fisheries. Lough Mask, Carramore and Beltra in Newport are also good fishing destinations.
Horse-riding, sailing, hill-walking and hiking are also available locally.

Island Hopping – Clew Bay is said to have an island for every day of the year. Clare Island Ferry Service can allow you to discover much of Ireland’s history and pre-history. Sight-seeing cruises are available on board their all weather luxury Catamaran. Details of ferry timetable from hotel reception.
Westport is one of Ireland’s most attractive towns with lovely shops and bars. There are also a number of museums in the area. The National Museum of Ireland now has its first ever branch in Castlebar, The Museum of Country Life, which is situated in the village of Turlough. Knock Shrine and the Michael Davitt Museum are also close by. There are also three Art galleries nearby – The Custom Studios in Westport; The Turlough Museum in Castlebar; Foxford Woolen mills in Foxford.
Achill Island is Ireland’s largest offshore Island and is joined by bridge to the mainland. The island possesses some of the most spectacular cliff faces in Europe. There are five Blue Flag beaches on the Island.