St. Patricks Day Bank Holiday Sunday Special Break Away in Galway
Celebrate Irelands national holiday and day of pride in the City of Tribes at Clayton Hotel Galway. The St Patrick’s Day parade in Galway City is part of a fun filled weeklong festival in the bustling city of Galway. Clayton Hotel Galway are offering an excellent package including two night’s bed and breakfast and one evening meal on an evening of your choice in either the Tribes Restaurant or the Enclosure Bistro.
The festival is noted for its combination of street performers, musicians and street events along with the infamous final parade on St. Patricks Day. The vibrant and ever popular Galway parade has grabbed the attention of many artists over the years with a large number of the participants joining in from overseas.
Located only 10 minutes from Galway city, Clayton Hotel Galway is the perfect base to explore all that Galway and its nearby surroundings have to offer. With a city bound bus stop located just outside the door enjoy easy carefree access to city centre for the annual St. Patricks Day parade. Leave the car at the hotel and avoid the hassle of trying to find parking on the day.
This year the Galway St. Patricks day parade will take place in Galway City centre on Saturday 17th March. It will commence on Domnick Street at 11.30am and proceed up Bridge Street, onto Shop Street, up to Eyre Square and up to Prospect Hill where it will finish at approximately 1.00pm. St Patrick’s Festival Galway is a platform to showcase local artists and community groups. It aims to celebrate the cities diverse culture and talent through an inclusive programme of events. They aim to create a carnival atmosphere that the whole city can be part of. This year’s parade highlights include Galway Arts Centre, Colours Street Theatre, An Taibhdhearc Theatre and Galway Theatre Festival with community groups such as Foróige, GAA clubs, Amnesty International and The Russian Culture Club creating a kaleidoscope of Galway’s rich mix of cultural and ethnic diversity.
The parade will come to a grand finalé with local heroes Macnas presenting their youth ensemble before Gamelan na Gaillimhe chime the end of the parade with their Indonesian gongs.
On your return to Clayton Hotel Galway after your post St Patrick’s Day adventure why not sample some of the hearty Irish dishes on offer from the team of award winning chefs. There is no better way to warm up after a day spent out in the crisp West of Ireland air, than indulging in some of these culinary delights. Be sure to try out a renowned pint of the black stuff, or ask the bar tenders to whip up a delightful green themed cocktail which will be on offer throughout the week.
Clayton Hotel Galway are fully booked on Saturday 17th March, why not book your stay for a Sunday Special after St. Patricks Day now at Clayton Hotel Galway and enjoy 2 night’s bed & breakfast with one evening meal.LESS INFORMATION