Welcome to Claremount House, your Galway “home away from home.” Claremount House aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Galway's most popular landmarks, such as National University of Ireland-Galway (UCG) (2.1 mi) and Kirwan's Lane (2.1 mi), Claremount House is a great destination for tourists.
Claremount House is a family-friendly bed and breakfast offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The bed and breakfast features newspaper. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Galway. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Galway, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Claremount House, including La Collina Restaurant (1.1 mi), Tom Sheridan's Bar and Restaurant (0.7 mi), and The Galleon Restaurant (1.1 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area, and there are several great attractions that are within walking distance of Claremount House, including Quay Street (0.3 mi), Salthill Promenade (1.1 mi), and Wild Atlantic Way (1.0 mi).
Claremount House puts the best of Galway at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We have spent four days and nights in Ireland before to come to the Claremont house. This bed and breakfast has been the best place we have been to so far in our tour; I couldn’t imagine no better place to spend the night in Galway! Anna is the owner of the b&b and she is the cutest and friendliest person on earth! She allowed us to check in after the check in deadline (we were tremendously late on our trip from Northern Ireland) and she made us feel immediately at ease and ‘at home’. The room was fabulous, I have never seen so high-quality and soft towels and bed sheets in my life. The breakfast was homemade and out of this world! The only thing I regret is not to have booked this room for more days! There is good WiFi connection and everything was deeply clean and…
We stayed for two nights in this excellent B&B. The hosts Anna and Steven made us feel at home the minute we stepped in. What's more, they are fun people to talk to and get to know. The rooms are very clean, the breakfast is outstanding. A short walk brought us to the promenade along the sea. We took a bus to Galway town center avoiding the hassle of find parking. Bus stops near Claremount House. We would very much recommend Claremount House to anybody visiting Galway.
We spent 4 nights in this lovely B and B, and were sad when it came time to leave Anna and Steve. Anna greeted us warmly, with a cuppa and snack. Her breakfasts were lovely; it was the best brown bread I had our entire stay. It’s a great location - you can walk along the promenade in Salthill toward Galway or easily hop a bus. Spotless, comfortable, friendly, helpful. Highly recommend. ***Book directly with Anna rather than go through a third party booking. And have at least one brew at Oslo’s; great staff and food.
The room was clean and quiet, the breakfast was filling and delicious (especially the fresh berries and scones), and the location is convenient. It is not in the middle of Galway but is walking distance to Salthill restaurants. We stayed two nights and tried the nearby golf course restaurant the first night. Great food there. Ann welcomed us with tea and/or coffee when we first arrived and we eventually met the entire family so we really did feel at home. Ann and her husband were able to give us excellent advice on places to see and routes to get there.
We enjoyed our stay here very much. Ann was very welcoming and greeted us with coffee and biscuits on arrival. Once we had settled in she showed us to our room which was upstairs and had a lovely view of her back garden. Everything was sparkling clean and the breakfasts were great with generous portions of everything you could want. Claremont is outside of the main centre of Galway - maybe 15-20 minutes by car - but we had our own transport and enjoyed the experience of living in a "real place" in Ireland as the B and B is set in a cul-de-sac in the outer suburbs of Galway and the neighbours waved to us when we took a trip into the city centre which was really lovely.