Halloween Midterm Break
This Halloween Mid Term break, why not gather the family, escape the west and enjoy a fun filled activity family break in Galway.
Halloween School Break
Here at Clayton Hotel Galway, family fun and creating lifelong family memories are vitally important. This Halloween midterm break Clayton Hotel Galway have the perfect family holiday packages for you and your family.
Enjoy an all-inclusive two or three night family getaway which includes Full Irish Breakfast each morning, Dinner on one Evening in Tribes Restaurant or the Enclosure Bar & Bistro for all the family.
On arrival each little one is given a welcome pack, which includes details of the activities that families can partake in for the duration of their stay. Also on offer is a supervised kids club which will be open during the school holidays (subject to minimum numbers). Children can participate in organised games, arts and crafts, movies, Wii challenges and much more. Definitely a must to entertain your little rascals while enjoying the exquisite food that is on offer in relaxing ambiance of the Enclosure Bar & Bistro.
With a host of attractions and family activities, Clayton Hotel Galway offers the perfect base to explore all that the vibrant city of Galway has to offer. With 195 luxurious and spacious bedrooms to choose from including double, twin, inter-connecting family rooms, executive suites and even a Presidential Suite Clayton Hotel Galway offers something for everyone.
Babysitters, cots, additional beds and fridges are all available on request.
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Getting around Galway
The 403 bus operates from Eyre Square in the heart of the city and stops outside the entrance of the hotel. The bus operates on a half hour basis. Perfect for venturing off into Galway city and leaving the car behind in the ample car parking spaces that is provided by Clayton Hotel Galway.
There are a number of family activities within the locality that all members of the family can enjoy. These include the following:
Things to do in Galway
Galway is known for its vibrancy and culture, and the Halloween Midterm Break is no exception. The Latin Quarter comes alive with the Galway Aboo Festival which takes place in the last week of October along with the Halloween Bonfire and Storytelling at St. Brigit’s Garden and also a host of free events and entertainment. Why not take a train ride through the city with the newly introduced tourist train, this is always a big hit with the children.