Galway Bay Sea View Information
Galway Bay Sea View Apartments are located in the heart of the sea side resort of Salthill. The all have panoramic, breath taking sea views and balconies with seating. Each apartment is tastefully decorated with new modern amenities providing you with comfort and luxury.
Galway Bay Sea View’s ideal location means that from your balcony you can enjoy views over Galway bay and the Clare Mountains. You can stroll across the road and take a walk on Europe’s longest promenade or swim in Salthill’s sandy blue flag beach. For your entertainment and leisure needs, Leisureworld is a few steps away as is the Galway Aquarium. Golfing, horse riding, fishing and windsailing are all available in Salthill.
Galway city is only a 5 minute drive away where you can explore all of the city's prime tourist attractions. Make sure you enjoy a stroll to the old fishing village of the Claddagh and of course the Spanish Arch. Visit Quay St & Shop St where Galway's bustling nightlife, shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and theatres are located.
Galway Bay Sea View allows for easy access to Connemara and the Aran Islands. All within an easy day trip are the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren Natonal Park and Connemara National Park.
Size: Sleeps up to 4 in 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach: 100m
- Corporate lets
- Hen and stag parties
- Long lets
- Short breaks
- Lift access to property
- Family Friendly-Suitable for children of all ages
- Suitable for people with restricted mobility
- Notes: No pets allowed
- No smoking at this property
- Internet access,
- Sea view
- Central heating,
- Satellite TV,
- Wi-fi available
- Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer, Alarm clock
- Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms: 2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 1 en suite
Furniture: Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seating for 4, Lounge seating for 4
Other: Linen and towels provided
Outdoors: Balcony / Terrace
Access: Lift access to property, Parking space
Galway City as well as the Galway County offers its visitors a lot of attractions. The historic ‘City of the Tribes’ itself is a lovely and vibrant place with bustling streets and outgoing people. After a full day of sightseeing, hiking or playing golf you can rest in a cosy and friendly atmosphere of the city’s pubs and restaurants. During the summer months, Galway becomes the home of exceptional entertainment events like the Galway Races or the Galway Arts Festival. Its location makes it a perfect base for tours to Connemara, the magnificent Cliffs of Moher and other sites in the counties of Mayo and Clare.
All three counties surrounding Galway are soaked in history and studded with amazing castles and mansions, which differ not only in size and shape but also setting and atmosphere. Some of them are surrounded by beautiful gardens suitable for walks and rest, whilst others are perched on hillsides. Among the most beautiful are The Abbeyglen Castle, The Lynch’s Castle, and Ashford castle.
The Galway City / Salthill area
Galway City, especially the area of Quay Street, is famous for the vibrant nightlife. The cobblestone streets are lined with restaurants, cafes and pubs which offer a mixture of traditional and modern-day entertainment. The music played ranges from club dance to traditional Irish/Céili.
During the summer months Galway becomes a melting pot of cultures and the home of many famous festivals. The Galway Film Fleadh attracts directors, actors, cinematographers and artists from different countries and backgrounds. The Galway Arts Festival presents an international programme of theatre, spectacle, dance, visual arts, music, literature & comedy involving hundreds of artists and performers. The Galway Race Week is the largest and longest horse racing festival in Europe. The atmosphere is full of fun and excitement. Every evening after the races, the city centre becomes a meeting ground for socialising and entertainment .