Located in the old quarter of the city, this laneway has recently been restored to its former glory, using original stones. ... More
Located in the old quarter of the city, this laneway has recently been restored to its former glory, using original stones. The windows and doorways overlooking the lane have been rebuilt in the style of the 17th century. It was here that Richard Martin built a 100-seater theater for his wife in 1783. The republican patriot Theobald Wolfe Tone was among those who acted here. However, Richard Martin lost his wife to an Englishman in 1791, and lost interest in the little theater soon after, allowing it to fall into disrepair. The Martin Crest can still be seen on a 17th century window at the far end of Kirwan's Lane.
Located just outside the city center, Galway Ryan Hotel and Leisure Centre offers a complete package for the discerning traveller
who wants to luxuriate completely. In the evening have a drink in Toddy's bar or the hotel lounge. The ...
The Barnacles Galway Apartment is located on Kirwins Lane, a quaint little street in the heart of Galway City. It
is literally just a minutes stroll from all the pubs, cafes and restaurants that you are coming to Galway ...
Litton Lane Hostel was once a rehearsal studio for many of Ireland's most famous artists including U2, Van Morrison and
Sinead O'Connor. Although these artists have left, the hostel still retains some of the spirit of its bygone days, ...