The Eyre Square Townhouse
Address35 Eyre Street GalwaySee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The 10 rooms aren't huge but the price is right and staff are cordial at this modest yet well-run place just off Eyre Sq. There's a neat Ikea feel, which combines with the modern bathrooms to make for a nice stay. The front desk is not continuously staffed.
Our independent authors have visited The Eyre Square Townhouse and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Galway City.
Description provided by property
In the centre of picturesque Galway City, Eyre Square Townhouse is a 2-minute walk from the train and coach stations. Each room has a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi is available.
All of the stylish rooms have comfortable beds and modern en suite facilities with a power shower. There is a computer with a free internet connection in the townhouse for guests to use.
The award-winning Revive Cafe and Bistro is on site, serving fresh organic produce in relaxed surroundings.
The Eyre Square Townhouse is located close to the many shops, bars and restaurants that lively Galway has to offer.
Limited on street parking may be available from 08:30 till 18:30, hourly fee payable.
Free Limited on street parking may be available from 18:30 till 08:30.
Long Stay car park is a 5-minute walk; please contact details hotel for further information.
The Eyre Square comprises of 2 floors and there is no lift. As this is a city centre property, some street noise is to be expected.
Extra beds can only be accommodated in some of the rooms. Please enquire with the hotel directly.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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