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    by pfsmalo Written Nov 27, 2012

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    Entrance to the castle and grounds is 6€ for an adult with some good reductions for seniors/students and children.
    Entertainment during the banquet is generally made up of traditionnal music and readings of poetry.
    For the banquet you must reserve beforehand and costs upward of 54€ per adult, food and entertainment included. There are 2 sittings every day during the season at 17.30 and 20.45 Mon to Sat. Sun sittings are at slightly different times.
    Also exists a "traditionnal Irish evening" of which there are further details on the site below.

    TIP - By booking online you can get at least 10€ off the listed prices.

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    by mvtouring Written Oct 31, 2008

    All along the road, you will se these lovely stone walls with gates leading to the greenest of fields. If you are going to go wander in the fields, please ensure that you close the gates behind you again.

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    by mvtouring Written Oct 31, 2008

    Now if this is not extremely clever, then I do not know. As you come from the castle you will notice this little ruin where the road splits, and they have turned it into a "bilboard". Absolutely fab!!!

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    Room clean, Bar staff unfriendly, food okay. Would not recommend this hotel to anyone looking for...

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  • Fort View House

    Lisheeninane, Kinvara, County Galway, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

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    by sourbugger Updated Oct 13, 2005

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    I was mightily impressed by this place in the summer of 2005. We were going to eat at the hotel, but this place was a little cheaper, more informal, and had a cracking view out over Galway bay.

    It used to be a good pub with a rather nice restaurant attached. these days it is other way round. you can take you meal in the semi-formal restaurant, although i found the bar area a far more convivial area to enjoy some very good quality, but unpretentious food.

    Favorite Dish: The steaks, made from prime irish beef, were some of the best i have eaten in a long,long time

    peir head, kinvarra
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