x The average starting price for a place to stay in Galway is £34 per night.
Ballindooley Headford RoadExcellent 94%
conorbudge555 What a nice place to stay! I felt right at home in this cozy house outside the main city. First the location wasn't in the middle of Galway city, which is a traffic nightmare, so to be a bit outside was a relief. Also, heading to Connemara or the Burren is no problem form this place. Second, the host a such a kind informative lady! Breakfast was great each morning, with choices of many different options- Trad Irish, pancakes, eggs, cereal, fruit... She keeps everything nice and tidy with each day we returned to our room with fresh sheets and lavender sprigs on the bed! I could not find any reason not to stay here. if my travels ever take me Galway way, I will definitely stay at the Abbey View again.
gerodon Excellent location, possibly the cleanest hostel I have ever stayed in, definitely the most comfortable bed, the mattress was outstanding!
48 Dalysfort RoadExcellent 93%
cedricchan Hello, I am very satisfied of my stay in Snoozle hostel : good welcome, clean hostel, but i think it's just missing a table and a chair in the room, it should be handy. Thanks for all, Cédric Chantreau, from Nantes (France)
wesley24ja Good little hostel in a good location. Value for money with clean rooms and fine facilities. Nothing to fault about it really so would recomend to others. Oh yeah maybe the fact that you wern't supposed to have alcohol on the premisies made it a little annoying tho:)
30,Beachcourt, Grattan Road, SalthillAwesome 86%
LOUISE.BOD we found the travelodge galway to be an ideal base for us to stay as we visited different places.it is situated in a good location and although we got lost we always were able to find our way back.rooms were clean & were a great price too.
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