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25 minutes to Galway City centre, the de facto Cultural Capital of Ireland and gateway to the West of Ireland (Connemara; Cliffs of Moher; Burren; Aran Islands), great street life, pedestrian zones, pubs, restaurants, streetscapes, buskers, Saturday street market and food, shops to while away a very…
Galway has been designated the European Capital of Culture 2020. Known as the City of the Tribes, Galway is the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way along Ireland’s western seaboard. Galway celebrates the International Arts Festival which is filled with history, music, arts and culture ready for you to…
Visit Galway; 120 km from Coolderry lodges. Fabulous coastal city. Walk the pier in Salthill, roam the streets and listen to the many buskers from all over the country.
Historic, medieval,,vibrant city, loads of restaurants, pubs and traditional music.
Galway is a vibrant and picturesque city, 30 mins from the cottage. Full of music, theatre, fantastic restaurants and pubs, it is a great city to wander around. Many festivals take place here The Galway Film Fleadh, The Galway races, The Arts Festival and many more.
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“quite public with beautiful walks,the famous autograph tree and a great coffee shop.its 8 k from and is open all year”
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“On the shores of Lough Derg. 'Although gutted by fire in 1826,' the guidebook says, 'the Castle is still an imposing example of early 17th Century Irish architecture.' Actually very interesting.”
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“Come and visit the Hiberno-Norman tower, with its fourteenth century stones and intimate living spaces so closely associated with the poet WB Yeats. Walk the narrow bridge and crossing stones, admire the gardens and river, view Yeats’s pear trees, one ‘broken by a storm’ as in his poem ‘Meditations in Time of Civil War’, and now, once again, enter into the sacred ground of tower and cottage. There you can climb the famous winding stair, stride the battlements and view the countryside, experience our immersive exhibitions exploring the poet’s art, his connection with the west, and his life and loves, attend our cultural events programme, shop for books and momentos, and take a cup of tea by our roaring fire. For more on the tower’s history, click here. Every year the tower is open between Spring and Autumn; occasionally, too, earlier and later, or at other times for special events. Due to weather conditions the interior of Thoor Ballylee is closed for the winter months, although the tower, bridge, river, grounds, and garden are still a moving place of pilgrimage to visit. You can walk up the stream to the old mill, picture Yeats’s wife George fishing from the tower windows, and of course use our year-round car park & facilities. In Summer 2015 thanks to our volunteers and supporters Thoor Ballylee was opened for the first time in many years between June and September. For Yeats’s 151st birthday in June 2016 our new Yeats Thoor Ballylee Exhibition was opened by the actress Sabina Coyle Higgins. In 2017 Thoor Ballylee reopened with its wonderful exhibitions and full programme of cultural events throughout the summer, and 2018 was packed full of even more. The 2019 season kicks off on Saturday 20th April, and features the opening of our new studio space 3pm Sunday 28th April. Come along anytime all summer to find out what Yeats’s tower has to offer! ”
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