Corrib House Tea Rooms

Galway & The West

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Corrib House Tea Rooms

Overlooking Galway's famous Salmon Weir, this exquisitely restored Georgian Townhouse boasts two spacious tearooms that offer a scrumptious selection of freshly baked cakes and treats, made in-house each morning. Amidst the lively and bustling town centre, this charming oasis provides a peaceful retreat.


Galway's cosy cafés offer refuge from the unpredictable weather of the Wild Atlantic. Enjoy traditional Irish homemade cakes, baked goods, and midday treats such as warm fluffy brown scones, jam-laden soda bread, Irish fruit cake, and open crab sandwiches. For a taste of authentic Irish cuisine, try the boxty — a savoury potato pancake that has been a staple of Irish cuisine for generations — or the soda farls, a Northern Irish quick bread made with baking soda and buttermilk that is both hearty and delicious.