The Connacht Hospitality Group offers stylish covered alfresco dining

With summer now in full bloom, people have a choice of outdoor restaurants to eat, drink and have fun, and the Connacht Hospitality Group has transformed all of its locations to offer a plethora of stylish options for this.

All of the group’s hotels and bars, popular locations around Galway City and outside Oranmore, have transformed their outdoor spaces for alfresco dining.

An Pucán, where the beer garden was a staple long before al fresco dining became a common part of people’s vocabulary, has been redecorated to create a unique space.

Bright and airy, yet still protected from the elements, the Heineken Garden at An Pucán is a fantastic space to hang out with friends that has been designed to transform the garden into a beer garden.

Connacht Hospitality Group offers alfresco dining covered in style
A Pucan Heineken garden

The lively 1520s have created a haven of peace in the heart of the Latin Quarter, where diners can tour and watch the return city life go by as they eat.

If you’re spending a day in the heart of the city, the 1520 is the perfect place to grab a bite and a pint and soak up the music of Galway’s famous buskers.

Connacht Hospitality Group offers alfresco dining covered in style
1520 Bar in the Latin Quarter

The trendy HYDE bar brings style to Forster Streets, in the chic setting of the Forster Court Hotel.

Connacht Hospitality Group offers alfresco dining covered in style
HYDE bar

And the talented Connacht Hotel team have created a beautiful outdoor space perfect for a family dinner.

The latest update to the hotel, which received a whole new look not too long ago, this sleek dining room features bespoke furniture, created with recycled materials as part of the effort of the hotel. hotel for sustainability.

The Connacht hotel

Picturesque doesn’t do justice to the Galway Bay Golf Resort in Renville, where the resort’s patio space offers some of the most breathtaking views of Galway Bay imaginable.

A great place to stop for coffee and lunch while enjoying the rugged Atlantic coast at Reville Park, or for an evening dinner if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Galway Bay Golf Resort

Whether you’re a city dweller or a visitor to the city, these places offer some of the best outdoor dining options for this summer.

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