Bank Holiday Weekend
May & June 2018
Take advantage of the May Bank Holiday swiftly followed by the & June Bank Holiday weekend. Visit Galway for the bank holiday weekend and take some time out at the g Hotel & Spa. Our Bank holiday offers include Bed & Breakfast rates from €110pps or 1 night with dinner from €141pps. Catch the Galway Theatre Festival or Connemara Mussell Festival in May. In June there is a host of regattas and the Salthill National Five Asides as well as Conamara Bog Week to explore. Galway is the largest city along the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s official coastal driving route. The city will be the European Capital of Culture in 2020 and is currently the European Region of Gastronomy for 2018.
Galway is quite simply alive with a host of events and activities for every interest – from live music to food & drink it seems every day is a celebration. What better way to spend this Bank Holiday break than with a weekend away at the g Hotel & Spa. Guests staying at the g Hotel & Spa enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and parking. The g is a 15 minues walk from Eyre Square and ideal base for exploring Connemara and the Cliffs of Moher.
During your stay, book a treatment ESPA at the g and enjoy the Thermal Suite as part of your spa journey with ESPA. Numbers are limited in the Thermal Suite to preserve the spa experience so please book in advance to secure your preferred treatment time.
Discover some of the events, activities and attractions in Galway.
For water lovers, Galway is an adventure hub packed full of activities such as stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing and more. Adventurous souls of all ages can grab a wet suit and have a weekend to remember. The two kilometre promenade in Salthill is loved by for walkers and runners with beautiful views of Galway Bay and The Burren. In keeping with the city’s gastronomic reputation, Galway has exceptional restaurants, gastro pubs and local artisan producers. The Galway Market at St Nicholas Collegiate Church offers the opportunity to sample some of the artisan foodie treats as well as browse the stalls of local craftsmen.
Enjoy a trip to the Galway Library which is full of literary treasures for all age groups and offers distraction on a rainy-day. Charlie Byrnes Bookshop is highly recommended. Every inch of space is filled with books of every genre and interest. It is virtually impossible to leave without a purchase
Galway Food Tour
Join Sheena Dignam on a tasty tour of Galway city centre. For €43 you will savour two and a half hours of Galway's favourite fodie hot spots while exploring our village like city centre on foot. Highly recommended by our team.
Galway's Tourist Train
Hop aboard the Galway tourist train which carries visitors from the heart of Galway’s beautiful medieval city, out to the Claddagh and Salthill. The tour is 45 minutes in total and operates ‘hop-on hop-off’ system which allows the passengers to jump on and off at Galway Atlantaquaria, the National Aquarium of Ireland overlooking the promenade in Salthill.
Brigit's Garden family friendly gardens with children's discovery trail, living willow play area, an ancient ring fort are themed on the Celtic seasonal festivals.