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Expect clean, bright rooms and suites with calming décor, some with views from a private balcony out to the garden or Galway Bay. Breakfast is hearty and features homemade items which is a nice touch, as well as freshly-ground coffee. Complimentary snacks and fresh flowers are provided for guests.

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Yasemen Kaner-White
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It's just over an hour's drive from Shannon airport and if you don't have your own car, a short taxi ride will take you into town. From the doorstep you can walk to Salthill Promenade in 20 minutes, where you can have a coastal walk finished with a drink at one of the bars.

By plane: flights from Birmingham and Edinburgh to Shannon take 1 hour 15 minutes; and London to Shannon takes 1 hour 30 minutes. A taxi will take over an hour to the hotel. Free on-site parking. Book flights to Shannon.

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The palette is a mix of white and neutrals with splashes of blue and maroon here and there to add warmth; the feel is uncluttered and inviting with plenty of comfortable seating. The outside is brought in to the conservatory-style breakfast room which looks out over a lush, immaculate garden.


We felt very welcomed and appreciated the advice on where to go for dinner in the immediate area, as well as local insight into the best pubs for live Irish folk music. Nothing seemed too much to ask for.

  • Breakfast room
  • Lounge
  • Garden
  • Family-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Our suite was white, bright and clean-lined with a calming atmosphere, wooden flooring and neutral-coloured upholstery with the occasional sea blue scatter cushion. The attractive striped muted brown and blue feature wall behind the white bed adds warmth. The tiled bathroom is full of natural light.

Room types: Queen Room, King Room, Triple Room, Executive Suite, Penthouse

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, radio, TV, free Wi-Fi


As it is a bed and breakfast, only breakfast is on offer, but the spread was fulsome: cereals, muffins, homemade bread, fresh croissants and even cake, decent marmalade, jams, juices, fresh fruit and a range of cooked breakfasts - all served with a smile.

Breakfast room: conservatory-style dining room, serving continental options as well as a traditional Irish breakfast. Cooked options include oatmeal, eggs to order and French toast. Served daily.

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