Woodlands Bed and Breakfast

KILLOMORAN GORT, CO, Galway, Ireland
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finding accommodation

by karolina_b

hello!

i'm a student from poland and from 1 july till the end of august i'm going to work in the ispcc. i'm coming to galway on 29 june with a friend of mine but we still haven't found any place place to live there during this period, i mean something of reasonable prices.
i've already browsed through www.daft.ie but the adverts there concentrate rather on hiring rooms for the period of at least one year, which i'm naturally not interested in.

could you please help me with finding acoommodation in galway? what i'm searching for is a single room or a room for two [with two beds!]. if by any chance you know someone who would hire me/us a room for the period i've mentioneg or if you know any sites where i can find some adverts via net, please do let me know.

thank you!
karolina

RE: finding accommodation

by subaculture

I would email all the hostels in Galway and ask do do a deal for the 2 months in a single room. Otherwise stay in a hostel for a few days and check out the college notice boards (University college Galway) and the supermarkets.

Lots of Polish in Galway .. maybe put a add up yourself in the supermarkets in Polish language asking for accommodation.

M

Travel Tips for Galway

Claddagh Rings

by melmouth

The Claddagh is probably our best known custom and also the one that is still practiced today. A large percentage of galway and irish people wear thesen rings and give them to their loved ones. Its probably the least kitcsh tradition to come out of Ireland and one the irish seem most proud of.

Check out Fallers for online selections and they have a great shop in the city

Connacht Ponies

by Mauzl

During the Spring & Summer season you'll be able to find places that offer Pony-Trekking and low-key Horseback riding - keep your eyes peeled for the signs on the roadsides!

This one was right behind our holiday-house...

ROCK!

by sabsi about The Cellar Bar

If you don't want to hear any more Irish music and would like to sit in an empty comfortable bar instead of standing in a smoky crowded pub go here. There's live music here as well but it ROCKS!

Upstairs there's food available. When I recently wanted to go in just for a drink I had to go out again immediately because I can't stand the smell of vinegar. And this smelled like a whole bottle under my nose unfortunately ;)

A very safe bet

by sourbugger about Martines winebar

It would be fair to say that eating out in Galway is not one of the world’s cheaper experiences. At least Martines wine bar offers a reliably high standard of food at the upper end of the mid-market. It’s not fine dining, but it is a real cut above the ‘pub grub’ served by most establishments. Starters average about 8-9 euro and mains around 15-25. Therefore reckon on about 50 euro a head with a sweet and a drink. They do some set menu’s as well which will help limit the price to about half of that.

A friend of mine was most impressed with the friendly service. Even when they has a little ‘hic-up’, they dealt with well. The restaurant had doubled booked a table, so the party at the table were politely asked if they wouldn’t mind having their sweet seated at the bar. The place threw in some complimentary Irish coffee as a thank-you. Everybody was happy ! Two starters really caught my eye here : ‘Local and fresh’ are always two good words to look for, and in Galway that means stuff that is hauled out of the Atlantic Ocean. The Galway bay oysters are harvested from Clarenbridge and are served ‘Au natural’. I had to enquire weather the menu was referring to seafood or the waiting staff.

The second dish of note is their most expensive starter : A selection of fine fish – Scampi. Salmon, silver hake and mussels with vegetables in a rich tomato sauce and served with brown bread. It’s basically an upmarket seafood chowder – and at 16 euro it should be !

Don't Fall In!

by Jennyjump79

I was surprised by how turbulent the Corrib is! No guard-rails, either. They did have a lot of flotation devices along the riverside, though, for what it's worth.

Exciting to look at, but dangerous after a couple pints.

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