Galway Summer Stays in the Hardiman Hotel

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There is nothing like warm summer nights in Galway City, so why not take off to the West for a summer break and stay at the classic Hardiman Hotel. The hotel is celebrating 170 years of tradition this summer. The hotel is in the heart of the city and just steps from the train station and bustling Shop Street.  

Galway Summer Stays in the Hardiman Hotel

Take the opportunity to enjoy Galway and all it has to offer – stroll through the Spanish Arch, enjoy a brisk walk (or dip!) on Salthill promenade. Explore the city market on weekends and shop ‘til you drop. The city’s lively restaurants, pubs and live music venues are on your doorstep. 

If you want to venture further, visit the stunning Connemara National Park and its wild scenery or take the ferry to explore the Aran Islands. The Aran Island Ferry is back sailing from Galway Harbour for the summer season; a short walk from the Hardiman. The ferry to the Aran Islands includes a tour by the stunning Cliffs of Moher.

One thing you can be sure of in Galway is lots of fun and interesting things to do. There are many festivals throughout the year and you are always guaranteed great Irish music, indoors and out. The ancient city loves to entertain visitors and you can see a variety of events and things to do here on Galway Tourism.

This summer stay two nights in one of The Hardiman’s refurbished guest rooms, enjoy bubbles and fresh local strawberries in your room on arrival. Each morning you can enjoy a full Irish breakfast overlooking Eyre Square. Relax on one evening of your choice with a 3-course dinner in the hotel’s Gaslight Brasserie. After dinner, why not retire to the Oyster Bar for delicious cocktails and watch the world go by… 

The Summer Staycation two-night break at the Hardiman is available to book now from €304 pps, see here

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Joan Scales
Joan Scales
Award-winning journalist, Joan has been writing about travel and tourism for many years principally for The Irish Times and lately for travel2ireland. Joan has appeared many times on television and radio talking about the business of travel and all its component strands. She is also a public speaker and has appeared at many international conventions and conferences.

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