Silver Beach House Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful family run B&B offering luxurious accommodation on the edge of Galway City and along the Wild Atlantic Way. It offers a great starting point for exploring the beautiful Connemara region. We provide our guests with a high standard of service in beautiful surroundings. Our guestrooms are elegantly designed and feature every modern convenience. We are very proud of our delicious breakfast menu. Silver Beach House B&B is a short 10 minute drive to local attractions, shops, bars and restaurants in the Galway City Centre or simply leave your car here and take the bus from bus stop just outside! We offer our guests private parking, free WiFi and a hospitality tray in each bedroom. We can provide information on tours and outdoor activities in the area. Our guests can relax in the main lounge and the front garden patio, while enjoying the serene tranquillity and peace and quiet. The seaside resort suburb of Salthill is also convenient for Golf courses, whilst Celtic Heritage lovers will find plenty of treasures to explore, including the Cliffs Of Moher, Connemara and the mystical Aran Islands.
Facilities at Clochard B&B Galway include delightful breakfast menu, hospitality tray in rooms, free broadband internet Access via WiFi, Cable T.V. Rooms offer en suite bathrooms with shower. Tours can be arranged on arrival. They include the Cliffs Moher, the Aran Islands, Connemara, and the Burren. All tours offer free pick up in the morning. Guided walking tours, including Galway City, can also be arranged. Clochard B&B are the recipients of AA Awards 2011-2013, Clochard B&B Galway is an AA 3 Star luxurious friendly family home at Spires Gardens, a small exclusive and peaceful area and recipient of Galway City Council awards in 2007 and 2009 and 2010 for the city's best maintained gardens and flower/shrub beds. Pat & Helena Hanlon are your hosts. Spires Gardens was originally part of the O'Hara of Lenaboy Estate. The house is part of a small development which is surrounded by a high wall and defence tower. The wall and tower date back to the early 19th Century and would have been requisitioned by Lieutenant Colonel O Hara. Pat and Helena originally came from Donegal and "Gaeilge" the native Irish language is spoken, as well as english. Helena has worked all her life in the catering profession. Complimentary House Award from Galway City Council for 2005 Best Maintained Residential Area Award - Galway City Council