SUMMER IN THE CITY
THE HARBOUR, GALWAY SET TO RE-OPEN ON JUNE 2ND
After months of isolation and restrictions, it’s almost time to experience life’s pleasures again as hotels and domestic destinations swing open their doors with a warm welcome for all.
The beloved Harbour Hotel, Galway will re-open for leisure guests on June 2nd and inspired by the lyrical beauty of the City of Tribes and the breath taking terrain of the Wild Atlantic Way, have created some super new summer experiences with FREE interactive walking tours. The interactive walking tours will afford guests the experience of discovering the heartbeat of Galway City, taking in the hotspots like the Spanish Arch and Eyre Square plus some secret boltholes frequented by Galwegians.
Back by popular demand The Harbour’s Rekindle package is bookable online and includes 2 nights’ accommodation in a luxurious Executive Room, a chilled in-room bottle of Prosecco on arrival, a three course dinner for two on an evening of choice at the popular Dillisk on The Docks plus delicious à la carte breakfast each morning. Two night package experience costs from €412 per couple.
“We have had time to rediscover our amazing surroundings during lockdown. We are blessed to reside in the West of Ireland and want our guests to experience the magic of our city and environs. It is also great to work with some local businesses too, as we all collectively recover and bring some hope and respite to our Irish customers this summer” said General Manager”, Ali McHugh.
If you’re looking for an authentic Wild Atlantic Way experience then a trip aboard Galway Bay Boat Tours is a must, or if you fancy venturing a little further this summer, Aran Island Ferries will be departing around the corner from the hotel at the docks! Those looking for a more serene experience can enjoy a leisurely cruise aboard the Corrib Princess which departs from Woodquay at Galway City Centre and heads out onto Lough Corrib.
With an enviable waterfront location in the heart of Galway City, just a 3 minute stroll will take you to Eyre Square and the city centre, Shop Street, Quay Street and the Latin Quarter making it an ideal location to enjoy the renowned charms of “The City of Tribes”. For those looking to explore the magic of the west of Ireland then a mere 5 minute drive will take you to Salthill Prom, the coast road to Connemara and the sights of the Wild Atlantic Way, plus the hotel offers on-site parking.