Galway + The West
Hotels in Galway + The West
Man of Aran was an acclaimed 1934 movie about life on Inishmore, chief of the Aran Islands, known worldwide for its thick wool sweaters.
A 784-year-old stone castle with 20th-century additions that recently reopened after a $75 million renovation. The 350-acre lakeside estate starred in John Ford's The Quiet Man, was the private residence of Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness (oh yes, that guiness) and now entertains a di
While Galway has been gaining attention as a seaside bolt-hole for euro-flush Dubliners, the new G Hotel is about to permanently alter notions about Irish style.
Baronial castle dating from the 16th century on the edge of Lough Dromoland, 10 minutes north of Shannon; it's one of Ireland's most storied castles, in a fairy-tale setting complete with falconry grounds and a golf course.
Located on 1,000 acres, the private country house was formerly the sporting lodge of the Marquis of Sligo.
Formerly the Lodge at Doonbeg
1832 Gothic Revival château on a sprawling parcel of parkland that includes a Robert Trent Jones Sr.–designed golf course.