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1. Gleann Na Rí

Telephone: +353 91 746000

Fax: +353 91 746001

Web: http://www.galwaybayholidays.com/

Gleann na Rí is located about 3km from Galway City centre on the old Dublin road. The holiday village opens for the summer months. Each two and three bed apartment and penthouse are fully furnished to the highest standard.

Each family friendly unit has either a balcony or sliding doors onto patio areas. Gleann Na Rí is the ideal location to base yourself for exploring Galway City, Connemara, the Burren, Lough Corrib, The Aran Islands and the seaside resort of Salthill.


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One of serveral buildings on the outskirts of Loughrea town. The light rail link, linking Loughrea with Attymon on the Dublin - Galway line, was opened in 1890. The late 19th century was the golden age of rail travel in Ireland. However rail could not compete with motor transport and during the 1950s many country rail lines closed throughout the country. The Loughrea line was one of the last, surviving until 1975 when it was finally decommissioned. Photo: Joe Desbonnet.

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