Ontario House B & B Galway
Ontario House B & B Galway
Ontario House B & B Galway

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Bed & Breakfast with Free Wifi Galway

Free Wifi

Free Wifi is available to all Guests.

Our Guesthouse Accommodation in Salthill Galway

We are located in Salthill Galway Ireland and have several bedrooms, most of which have en-suite bathrooms. We have single, double, twin and family rooms.We are a No-Smoking house. 

Complimentary (Free)  Facilities

Off street parking                Luggage storage

Tourist Information              Multi Channel TV

Toiletries                             Electric Hair Dryers

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Iron and Ironing Board          WIFI in all bedrooms

Central Heating                    Guest Lounge(Reading Room)

Tea and coffee making facilities are available on request.

Keys & Access

On arrival you will receive a key for your bedroom and the front door allowing you to come and go as you please.

Car Park


We have a private car park available for guest use.


Breakfast is served in our dining room each morning. between 8:30-10:00. Cooked breakfasts are available as EXTRAS.

       We serve only a Continental breakfast.

Self Service Menu

Selection of Cereals and Musli. Fresh Fruit Salad.
 Seletion of  Yogurt, Home Made Muffins,
 Toast & Soda bread, Tea, Coffee, Herbal teas.

Cheese and cold meat slices.

Brioche rolls and brioche chocolate chip loaf.

News / Upcoming Events

Posted by: John.

Best home holiday destination 2018

Winner: Galway

“It has to be Galway,” you told us. And so it proved.

Last year, Dingle took pride of place among your favourite home holiday destinations. But for 2018, the west has won, with Galway banking almost double the votes of any other place.

“There’s something about that city,” you said. “The moment I get off the bus, I get this buzz. I've yet to have one bad out night there.”

You hailed Galway’s “great energy” as “a perfect blend between traditional Ireland and modern society”, and called it Ireland’s “culture capital”.

The city is “young, vibrant and distinctly Irish,” readers added, with “heart-warming hustle and bustle” that is “always welcoming at different times of the year.”


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Posted by: John.

On the last weekend of September each year, the picturesque town of Galway hosts the Galway International Oyster Festival, one of the biggest events in Ireland's social calendar. A feast of live entertainment, gourmet food, fine wine and of course Oysters and Guinness are enjoyed by some 10,000 people with guests and luminaries from all over the world. 
more info: www.galwayoysterfest.com

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Posted by: John.

St Patrick's Festival parade in Galway is a platform to showcase local artists and community groups. The parade starts at 11.30am and runs through Galway city centre for over 1 hour. The event aims to celebrate Galway’s diverse culture and talent through an inclusive programme of events.

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Posted by: John.

Galway’s most popular athletic event.Galway’s most popular athletic event, the Streets of Galway 8k Road Race is in it's 32st year the event will include more than 2,500 runners. Starting from South Park in the Claddagh, the race takes in the city centre streets, following a course out to Salthill before finishing with a two kilometre final stretch along with prom. 
more info www.runireland.com/events/streets-galway 

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