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It was nice to sit back and relax on Easter weekend to watch the league finals played out on Saturday and Sunday without having to deal with the pressures and roller coaster emotions of the previous week.
If you are looking to celebrate this coming Sunday with some quality family time, then why not go to the four-star Clayton Hotel Galway for a delectable Easter Sunday lunch. Let the experienced team be at your service and enjoy a great combination of delicious food while enjoying a relaxing afternoon in the intimate surroundings of the modern Tribes Restaurant at Clayton Hotel Galway.
Get the family together to enjoy a traditional Easter four course menu with dishes including roast leg of Connemara lamb in a rosemary jus, oven baked herb crusted cod in a Chardonnay cream sauce, and grilled fillet of Atlantic salmon in a sesame and soy dressing.
The Galway Food Festival, which takes place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend from March 29 to April 2, will feature an exciting selection of children’s events as part of this year’s line-up.
Now in its seventh year, the 2018 Galway Food Festival will take place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, from March 29 to April 2. The west's premier food festival celebrates the city and county’s culinary landscape, showcasing the people, produce, and passion that have firmly established Galway as the food capital of the west.
If you are thinking of your well-deserved family break then look no further. The Athlone Springs Hotel has it all.
Athlone Castle will host a free family day on Easter Monday, April 17, from 12.30pm to 4pm to celebrate Cruinniú na Cásca - a new national day of culture and creativity.
Easter not only confirms the arrival of spring it tempts us with a foretaste of the summer to come.
The Ardilaun is always a good choice for wining, dining, and pampering during the Easter period with a choice of lunch options, afternoon tea, and Avalon Beauty indulgence packages available at the hotel in leafy Taylor’s Hill. Being a family owned Galway hotel, The Ardilaun is a venue of choice for spending much needed catch up time with family and friends.
Hundreds of people are set to walk, jog or run a 6.5 kilometre route on Salthill Promenade on Easter Monday to raise money for people with multiple sclerosis.