A beautiful open planned two story terraced house with garden.

A beautiful open planned two story terraced house with garden.

trish

 

Joined

Feb 2013


Want to contact this member?

Start your two-week free trial to chat to other members

Send a message

Do you like what you see? Then contact this member to see when their home is available

Enter your preferred trip dates


Next
Choose your preferred way to travel
Add personal message and send

Not available

1

Not available

1

Added to shortlist

This home is in your shortlist. To access your shortlist click the icon in the navigation

Add to shortlist

This home is not yet in your shortlist

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

All amenities ie. Beach, Town Centre ,Shops, Cinema ,Theatre, River, Canals are within walking distance,
House has been renovated to a high standard , is situated in an old neighbourhood and the neighbours are both helpful and friendly.

Features

More about us

  1. We are a couple with a grown-up daughter who lives abroad but will be joining us for the holiday.

  2. I am an artist and an art lecturer in the local college.

  3. Galway is a fantastic city for the arts and I love it as there is always something to do here!

Swap availability

White
Open to offers
Green
Available
Red
Not Available

Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Aniar Restaurant is Galway's first Michelin Star restaurant and is wonderful, also just a short stroll from the house. Ard Bia is a wonderful local restaurant, one of the best in Galway and is in the beautiful setting of the Spanish Arch.
Cool bars
Kelly's in town attracts a funky crowd, Neachtains is the best traditional pub and The Crane is great for traditional music and dancing!
Retail therapy
Everywhere you walk in Galway, there are local shops and high street stores alike. You can walk around the town centre and shop to your heart's content in half a day if you wish!
Bit of culture
The Burren, Cliffs of Moher and Connemara are all short drives away and have the most amazing rugged, west of Ireland landscapes ever.
Walks in the park
Take a stroll along the, through the local university and out to the river for some beautiful scenery.
Spot of exercise
Salthill's promenade is used by all ages for a brisk stroll along the coast, it is particularly beautiful at sunset and don't forget to kick the stone wall at the end, it's a tradition!
Day tripping
As Ireland is really quite small, you can drive pretty much anywhere within a few hours, go to Dublin (2.5 hrs) for a day's shopping trip or Donegal (3hrs) to meet lovely locals and eat fresh seafood!

You may also like