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I have been staying in Foyle's Hotel for a few years now and I wouldn't stay anywhere else. The hotel staff are the best and become your family by the end of your stay. They are very helpful in getting any information you might need....More
Quite a cosy place,serving excellent food,in a Galway rural town.My wife and I quite liked this hotel and would hope to make a return visit We stayed in room 104,in a big comfortable be, There is no lift,but the stairs are not too steep,and there...More
on a recent trip to clifden stayed in this hotel. I think it is the first time I have been to a hotel that had a dog sprawled out on the floor in reception. I had requested a quiet room, which was spacious and clean...More
This is a lovely hotel positioned within the centre of the bustling coastal town of Clifden. A very warm welcome was provided with excellent staff. Room was large and well appointed and furnished. All facilities provided. The hotel is well decorated in a traditional way...More
Old fashion hotel with huge rooms and a bathroom you could put a single bed in it. The most impressive was the food gourmet meals fit for a king. The breakfast is also freshly cooked as you order. The hotel is also in the centre...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$91 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No, but there is ample street parking in front of the hotel and in the side street, for motorcycles there is a narrow alleyway through to the rear courtyard if required, but this is a safe seaside town and never expects any... More
No, but there is ample street parking in front of the hotel and in the side street, for motorcycles there is a narrow alleyway through to the rear courtyard if required, but this is a safe seaside town and never expects any trouble.
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"if you want good rooms, lovely food, great people, a seperate bar with music etc, then stay here"