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NUIG gets approval to use student accommodation for tourists

NUI Galway has been granted approval to use some of its new student accommodation for tourists during the holiday season.

NUIG seeks approval to use student accommodation for summer tourists

NUI Galway is seeking planning permission to use the Goldcrest student accommodation in Dangan for tourists during the summer season. The 429 apartment student accommodation...

Inishbofin hotel plans more serviced tourist accommodation

The Doonmore Hotel on Inishbofin has submitted plans to the county council for refurbishments which will increase its serviced tourist accommodation. The hotel at Fawnmore,...

NUIG campus bedrooms get Failte Ireland seal of approval as tourist accommodation

NUIG campus bedrooms, which are let out to tourists during the summer, have been accredited as ‘Approved Tourist Accommodation’ under Fáilte Ireland’s Welcome Standard...

Vacant Westside pub to be converted into tourist accommodation

Plans have been submitted to the city council to convert a vacant pub at Westside Shopping Centre in tourist accommodation. Planning permission is being sought...
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