Search Results for 'Spiddal'

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Spiddal cottage

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The Cottage as it is known locally, is an early to mid 1800's house situated on the outskirts of Spiddal in a traditional rural setting. The property is cosy and retains many of its olden features. There is an abundance of natural amenities at its door step with the beach only a five minute walk away. A country lane also runs past the property that leads to bogs and farmland.

Galway poets to launch debut collections

THE DEBUT collections of poetry from Mary Hanlon and Deirdre Kearney will be launched in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop on Thursday August 6 at 6.30pm.

The scent of luxury

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A family-run niche perfume house which specialises in creating scented products for the body, bath and home, has added five new luxury candles to its collection.

Coastathon makes a difference for Alzheimer’s

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A novel and exciting fundraiser in aid of the West of Ireland Alzheimer’s Foundation was organised at the weekend by the Connemara Coast Hotel Coast Club.

Launch of local grow your own group

Grow it Yourself Ireland (GIY) is the brainchild of Michael Kelly.

Enjoy spacious living in Connemara

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Once in a rare while a luxury home such as this will appear on the market. The aura of comfort and excellence is evident throughout this stunning residence which is just 1.8 miles from the bustling village of Spiddal with its excellent amenities including beaches, restaurants, and schools.

Doctor denies charge of dangerous driving causing death

The trial of a doctor accused of dangerous driving causing the death of a woman two years ago is expected to begin today.

Fab family home in Barna

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Situated on the main Galway/Spiddal road, Aisling is positioned on a lovely elevated site with great views of Galway Bay and Clare Hills, two minutes from Barna village, schools, shops, and church, with easy access to Salthill and the city centre.

New book delves into the lives of Irish artists

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TEA’N’TURPS, a new book by the South African born, Irish based, artist Lynda Cookson, takes a humorous look at the lives and work of 12 contemporary Irish artists.

 

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