Corrigeen B&B

4 Woodhaven, Merlin Park, Galway, Ireland
Corrigeen B&B
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beds for St. patrick

by nessuno111

Hi.
Me and my girlfriend are going to be in Ireland on 14th. We were planning to spend the first 2 days in Clifden and 16th and 17th in Galway, than we will move towards south, but we haven't ooked anything. We are in lack of money and I need to know a few places where to sleep which could cost no more than 20€ per person.
I'd like to know also if it's easy finding room to rent in private houses for a couple of night in Ireland.
Thanks for the answer and have a nice day.

RE: beds for St. patrick

by orlikins

Private houses don't rent out rooms, it is just not done here, unless they're a registered guesthouse or B&B

I would be very surprised if you found acomodation for only 20 quid. You're going at a very popular time of year (St. Patrick's Festival) so prices for accomo will go up. Allow for for €30 +/- a night for a B&B instead.

RE: RE: beds for St. patrick

by nessuno111

Thanks for the answer, I hope we'll find a bed on time. However we'll take a tent with us, it's better than staying on a garden seat. Bye

Travel Tips for Galway

Connemara - Connacht

by globetrott

Connemara was called Connacht in the old Gaelic language, and at some small villages Gaelic is still spoken as the main language
. The people will understand English of course, but even the trafic-signs might be in Gaelic

Connemara is a region which is...

by Kozzmozz

Connemara is a region which is often described as the heartland of Irish culture. It is rich in tradition and is famous for it's warm hospitality. The area offers a dramatic mix of scenery from lakeland to rugged coastline, from bogland in the South to lush woodland in the North.

Availability of Fat frogs

by sourbugger about Pubs (general)

The craze for "Fat frogs" appears to have hit it's peak around Christmas 2003. This simple-to-make cocktail has a particular potency as it mixes together several differnent "Alcopops".

The usual mixture is a bottle each of Smirnoff Ice, WKD (blue) and Barcardi Breezer (orange). It turns the whole sickly mixture green.

Many of the pubs serving a younger type of drinker have home-made signs up saying they sell it, despite various calls in parliment to stop pubs serving it.

I'll think I will stick to the tried and tested black stuff.

Carvery Lunch

by Jennyjump79 about Skeffington Arms

Pretty good cafeteria style carvery lunches here in a very elegant, very roomy, old-fashioned bar. Nice fireplace, lighting, and wood ornamentation. The only difficulty is finding the food-- if you aren't familiar with carvery lunches, you might wait a long time for someone to tell you that don't place your order at the bar. Instead, you go to a room all the way in the back to buy the food and carry it over to the bar. I had lamb with mashed potatoes, carrots and gravy. Surprisingly good for a pub lunch.

Galway's famous story - Part 2

by sourbugger

to continue our story of Walter....

Spurned by his fiancee at the ball, Walter wants to keep a close eye on this swarthy Spaniard, Gomez. The very next night he observes him entering the Blake family home and departing about an hour later. You can imagine what he must have thought.

Donning a disguise and calling out in a strange voice, he begins to chase Gomez through the backstreets of Galway, eventually ending up in the port area somewhere near the area where Spanish Arch now stands.

In one swift move he approaches Gomez from behind and runs a sword straight through him, kicking his body into the water's edge. He makes a sharp exit.

Very soon, some of the men find the body Gomez (including James Lynch, Walter's father) and a white scarf, which was only worn by members of the Lynch family.

Walter is pursued on horseback up into the hills that surround the town. When he is captured, he says quite a strange thing :

"Can you direct me to the prison". This was rather odd, as he lived next door to it.

What happens next... ? We will find out in Part 3

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