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Our magnificent hotel is situated in the heart of Galway and offers the flexibility and imagination to create the wedding day of your dreams. From the impressive Inis Mór Ballroom to The Verdana suite with an outdoor wraparound terrace by Lough Atalia or our elegant lobby, there are lots of opportunities for fabulous photos. When you choose The Galmont Hotel & Spa for your wedding or civil ceremony, you choose a dedicated, personalised service from our fantastic wedding team, with years of experience and expertise. We have created a selection of tailored wedding packages for you starting from €64 per person to cater to all tastes and budgets, and our award-winning culinary team, led by our Executive Chef, will ensure that your day will be remembered by your guests for its fabulous local, seasonal food and wine.
SATURDAY 7TH & FRIDAY 13TH OF DECEMBER
If you are planning a weekend away or a short break and looking for the perfect destination, the answer might be closer than you think. Inis Mór, the largest island, offers spectacular landscapes, a fascinating history, and a level of tranquillity that is hard to match, all just a short boat journey away.
Emigration from Ireland is not a new tale. You would be hard pressed to find one person on the island who does not have one family member or friend who has left Ireland for pastures new. Many Irish abroad survive and thrive in their new surroundings while others return home, seeing the sojourn as an experience that did not work out or an adventure that had to come to an end due to the irrepressible pull of home. For Paul Mullen his experience is most definitely best categorised as the former.
Connacht’s finest handballers were honoured in Claremorris on Saturday night in what was a successful night for Galway Handball.
Students at Coláiste Naomh Éinne on Inis Mór have received ‘digital’ schoolbags, joining Irish firm Wriggle’s digital learning programme alongside more than 150 schools using 30,000 devices throughout Ireland.
An estimated one million Swedes are to see Galway, the Aran Islands, and Connemara on their TV screens when popular Swedish TV show Go'kvall broadcasts three episodes shot along the 'Wild Atlantic Way'.
Irish Water has stressed the need to lower water usage on Inis Mór for the foreseeable future, due to the unseasonably dry weather conditions, resulting in historically low water levels for this time of year.