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Maol Reidh Hotel
RenvyleCo. Galway
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The Maol Reidh Hotel is a small, family run accommodation located in Tullycross Village, County Galway. The hotel dates back to 2002 and offers modern bedrooms in addition to fine cuisine at its Iasc restaurant.

The Maol Reidh is just a few minutes walk from the beach and is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, on Connemara's rugged coast. Just 10 minutes’ drive will get you to any number of beaches, to Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park and Killary Harbour. This charming seaside hotel enjoys views of the Connemara and Mayo mountains, local bog lands and the ocean while been located in a country village setting. The hotel offers modern, stylish rooms, free WiFi in all areas, a cosy lounge and an excellent restaurant and bar.

The Iasc restaurant is proud to serve local fare, ranging from Leenane mountain lamb, west coast beef and local seafoods and are delighted to work with local growers such as John Ward of Dooncastle Oysters, Bernard King who rears organic Leenane mountain lamb, Martys Mussels which are harvested along Killary harbour and Gabriels Aran Island goats cheese to name but a few. The hotel is proud of the morning feast -breakfast, it is important that guests get off to a good start.

Each spacious bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, TV, DVD player, an iron, a hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. The hotel has a library of books and films to pass away the restful hours.

The bar is one in which to meet and greet over a beer, wine or any of our range of drinks. Or merely sit back, sip away and watch the world go by. Join in the regular musical and singalong evenings.

So what can guests do outside of the hotel - tour the surrounding Connemara countryside, scuba dive, fish in the fresh loughs or in the salty seas, boat trips, visits to nearby islands, hiking in the hills, trekking through the national park, romancing on the white sandy beaches, day trip to Kylemore, visit Clifden, golf in Connemara links or Westport parkland. Swim, run, hire a cycle, chat and reminisce of days of old, visit the pubs in the village, view the Harry Clarke stained glass windows in the Church, well worth a look. Lots and lots to do.

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