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Park House, Galway

Park House Hotel

Convivial hospitality, an atmospheric bar and a central location make Park House a great value option in the heart of Galway. The hotel is centrally located close to Eyre Square, Galway's main commercial hub, and just a short walk from the city's vibrant pedestrian streets dotted with cafes, shops and pubs.

It's a popular spot with locals and consequently has a vibrant atmosphere with a casual, living room-styled reception area and two lively dining options. Despite this, rooms are quiet and comfortable featuring cheerful tones, natural wood furnishings and goose down duvets.

The Park House Restaurant serves classic French cuisine with a contemporary Irish twist, while relaxed Boss Doyle’s Bar offers lighter fare and an extensive drink menu.

Our rating: Medium

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Rooms

Decor in the rooms is simple but cheerful with natural wood furnishings, goose down duvets and warm hues. While rooms here aren’t particularly large, they are comfortable and quiet, despite the hotel’s location in central Galway. Adjacent rooms have been designed to face away from each other affording privacy and reducing noise. Rooms all have a shower over a bath except the suites, which have a separate bath and shower. All rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi and multi-channel TV.

Location

Centrally located just off Eyre Square, Park House is a great base from which to explore Galway. A wealth of restaurants, pubs and shops are located a short walk away on the pedestrian streets leading down to the Spanish Arch and the Claddagh.

Food and drink

You can choose from an a la carte or a set menu at the Park House Restaurant which serves classic French cuisine with modern Irish flair. Seafood dishes feature prominently here, seasonal produce is sourced locally, and breads and desserts are baked fresh daily by in-house pastry chefs. For more casual dining, Boss Doyle’s Bar offers lighter fare at lunchtime and in the evening.

Our opinion

A local hub for celebrations, you’re sure to experience wonderful Irish hospitality at Park House.

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