GARDENFIELD HOUSE IS A HIGHLY RECOMMENDED IRISH TOURIST BOARD APPROVED BED AND BREAKFAST. 2KMS FROM CITY CENTRE. WE ARE IDEALLY LOCATED FOR TRIPS TO THE BURREN AND CONNEMMARA.
The accommodation is luxurious in style and decor and each room is complete with en suite bathroom, television, hairdryers, telephone and coffee/tea making facilities are available on request. Our breakfast menu is delightful and prepared fresh each morning from 8.00am to 9.30am. All rooms are spacious with accommodation to suit single, double or family occupancy. Our B&B has spacious and secure car parking facilities. We are highly approved by Ireland's leading bed and breakfast tourism guide books including Bord Failte. A recent addition to the area is the Kingfisher health and fitness club offering a 25m swimming pool - this facility has public opening hours.
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B&B Facilities & Policies
- Breakfast Included
- Cable TV
- Free Internet Access
- Free Wifi
- Hair Dryers
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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We are located on the main Dublin N6 approach road into Galway. At the Martin roundabout take the first exit for Merlin Park (Galway East). Drive through 3 sets of traffic lights. The 1st right is Merlin Park Hospital and the next right is woodhaven and gardenfieldhouse is1st house on left number 5. We are located between Merlin Park Hospital and the Corrib Great Southern Hotel. Gardenfieldhouse is a perfect starting point for exploring the �City of the Tribes�.
price includes a full irish breakfast
Latitude - (53.276800)
Longitude - (-9.004630)
BLACKROCK CLINIC G HOTEL. GMIT COLLEGE .GALVIA HOSPITAL .MERLIN PARK HOSPITAL.4 MINS AWAY FROM CITY CENTRE.Also close to Blackrock clinic.Galway
The Knowledge & Lifestyle Location
The county, which has so many attractions, including the National Park of Connemara, is one of those magical places that lures tourists back again and again.
One of Ireland's top destinations, the county is split into two contrasting regions by Lough Corrib.
To the west of the lake lies Connemara with its rugged coastline, deserted white-sand beaches, and bogs dominated by the superb mountain range of twelve peaks, the Twelve Pins.
In all weathers, whether drizzle, low cloud, or a rare day of unbroken sunshine, Connemara is a spectacle of colours, texture and light with the drama of the sky often competing with the land for attention.
To the east of Lough Corrib lies a region full of historical, cultural and amenity attractions stretching eastward to the banks of the river Shannon and Lough Derg. Vibrant towns and villages with festivals, food fairs and historic attractions are scattered around the scenic Countryside offering the visitor a range of activities and outdoor pursuits.