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1. Josephine Finnegan's B&B

Telephone: +353 91 631849

Web: http://www.galway.net/pages/colman

Located beside Monastic Ruins and the unique Burren countryside enjoy this comfortable family home at very reasonable prices.

Rates (2006): 32.50 EUR per person sharing. 45 EUR single. Merit award for 2002 and 2004.


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2. Ealamar Bed and Breakfast, Coole Park, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 631572
3. Glynns Hotel, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 631047
4. Lady Gregory Hotel, Ennis Road, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 632333
5. Sullivan's Royal Hotel, The Square, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 631257
6. Carraig Donn, Galway Road, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 631731
7. Kilroy's Farmhouse B&B, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 632042
8. Woodlands B&B, Killomoran, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 637372
9. Cashelview Lodge, Curtane, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 633900
10. Woodley, Gort, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 631032
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