Family run, family friendly and a short drive from the city centre, this hotel treats guests to stylish rooms, with many of them boasting a gorgeous view of Galway Bay. Indulge in a hearty Irish breakfast at the restaurant and then jump on public transport right outside the hotel to go and soak in the lively arts scene of Galway. Of an evening join in the ‘craic’ and enjoy traditional Irish music in the relaxing pub atmosphere of Frankie’s Bar and Bistro, or opt for an elegant dining experience in the Galwegian Restaurant.
Why we recommend the Flannery’s Hotel Galway
- Family-friendly hotel
- Short drive from city centre
- Restaurant serving Irish cuisine
- Bar with traditional Irish music
- Easy access to public transport
Attractions near the Flannery’s Hotel Galway
Award-winning drama at the Druid Theatre
Galway's thriving arts scene has plenty to offer culture lovers, especially with celebrated local institutions such as the Druid Theatre. Housed in a former tea warehouse on historic Druid Lane, the Theatre is the home of Galway's Druid Theatre Company and is the place to go to see cutting-edge performances in an intimate space.
The theatre company is known for staging new dramatic works by talented Irish playwrights, as well as putting a unique spin on the classics. You may want to see what's playing at the Druid, so you can catch the next big Broadway show before everyone else.
Browse the boutiques of Shop Street
If you're craving some retail therapy on your visit to Galway, head to the city's main shopping street to find all the latest fashions, accessories and home wares, along with perfect souvenir items. This strip is home to the biggest Irish and international brands, which are housed in charming heritage buildings.
A pedestrian thoroughfare, Shop Street is closed to motor vehicles, so you can cross at your leisure. It's easy to stroll between tempting shops, stop off for a traditional pub lunch and watch talented street performers. You can find lots of places to buy authentic souvenirs including Design Ireland for traditional handicrafts, Powell's for Irish music and instruments, and Eason's to select from local interest books.