Lonely Planet review
You may want to hire a butler to accompany you when you stay at this 1920s stone manor house that has the airs of a stately Wayne Manor. The six rooms are much more accommodation for the masses, however. Furnishings are comfy and very, very white. It's located in Salthill, a lovely 20-minute stroll (follow the Prom) from Galway.
Our independent authors have visited St Judes and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Galway City.
Services & facilities
- Free internet access
- Free Wi-Fi
- Breakfast included
- Cable tv
Description provided by property
St Judes is a large, four-star bed and breakfast conveniently located in one of Ireland's vibrant cities yet tucked away from the hustle and bustle. It is within walking distance of the city centre and the best shops, restaurants, pubs theatres and galleries, as well as Salthill promenade and the National Aquarium.This beautifully restored 1920s family-run B&B offers luxurious accommodation in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, making your stay truly memorable. There are 6 guest bedrooms which have been tastefully appointed; all are en-suite with power showers, cable TV, Wi-Fi, Hairdryers and ample closet space. St Judes prides itself on its Irish country house cuisine which uses only the freshest, locally sourced ingredients. Yours hosts Tony and Ita offer an extensive breakfast menu, light lunches, snacks, picnics and dinner. Special dietary requirements can be catered for with advance notice.St Judes is the perfect place to stay whether in Galway for business or pleasure. Check out one of the big festivals (Galway Races or the Arts Festival), take a day trip to Connemara, Kylemore Abbey, the Aran Islands, the Burren or the Cliffs of Moher, explore the history of this medieval city or try some river or sea angling.Check in from 1-3pm & 5-7pm.Check-out 11amComplimentary breakfast included. Cancellations must be received at least 72 hours in advance.Visa, Mastercard and American Express accepted
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