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Easter Breaks in Galway

Celebrate spring’s arrival with a short Easter break in Galway.

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The lively bohemian city is the perfect place for some family fun in the school holidays. There are host of activities and sites to visit around Galway guaranteeing you won’t be listening to chants from the backseat telling you “I’m bored!” Feel the Atlantic wind on your face as you explore the Wild Atlantic Way the perfect driving tour choose a small section of the way and enjoy the enchanting scenery. Take a trip to Loughwell Farm Park is a fun family adventure day trip. Enjoy mini golf where you can challenge the kids to a game or two, zip wire or go karts are available for the brave and adventurous, set the family into two teams who play off in the obstacle course. The usual finds such as swings, happy hopper and a giant sandpit are also available in the handmade timber play villages and if outdoors isn’t enough for you the indoor play barn with has two skittles lands, large lego construction zone, indoor track for dynamic didi cars and a soft play area especially designed for under 5s. Join in with the daily activities at the farm feed the goats, see the baby rabbits and help set up the miniature pony and trap.

Finding it hard to keep children in their middle years entertained? Then Delphi Adventure Resort is the experience for you no matter how diverse the ages or interests. Experience thrilling zip wires, kayaking, surfing, coastering, paddle boarding, rock climbing, abseiling or archery the list goes on!

If your child is a nature lover then the will thrive with the freedom of exploration at Brigits Garden, with woodland lake gardens and varied wildlife. Guided tour are available on the Corrib Princess he journey takes passengers along the majestic River Corrib and onto Lough Corrib Ireland’s second largest lake providing visitors with unsurpassed views and natural amenities that make this the most spectacular waterway in Ireland. The Corrib Princess takes you past castles and various sites of both historical and cultural interest. On board is the Powers Irish Coffee making Champion, Roisín, whom would be delighted to showcase her talents to the adults onboard.

The Galway food festival will be happening over the Easter weekend (24th-28th March 2016) so it is something unique to experience with open air markets, food trails, cooking demonstrations, foraging trips, food talks with lots of family activities.

Our family rooms offer two double beds which are perfect for two adults and two children however we love that families come in different shapes and sizes and we have extra camp beds, cots and interconnecting rooms to suit all requirements. With free parking, Wi-Fi, discounted family passes to local activities, family dining menus, high chairs and a babysitting service we hope to help you in any way we can. Make your treasured memories by booking one of our family value packages this Easter.

Book your family break today.