Autumn in Galway is a fabulous time of year. As the leaves change colour and the scenery shifts to a different setting, we say it’s high time for long warm coats, piping hot coffees, and enjoyable walks in the crisp air. A stay at HYDE during this season will show you a different side to Galway, and we have you covered with lots of tips on how to embrace these amazing next few weeks.
Begin with Brekkie or Brunch!
Every great day starts with an incredible breakfast or brunch, and we have you covered at HYDE. From traditional classics reinvented with a culinary twist, to new offerings made with everyone in mind, there are so many tantalising options available to choose from. American-style pancakes have never tasted better – and there’s always our famous HYDE Grill. It’s all yum, and it’ll set you up nicely for an autumn day of magic in Galway.
Sip a roasted coffee from The Dock
Why not treat yourself to a delicious hot coffee from The Dock? The baristas in The Dock at WYLDE, right beside HYDE Hotel, take pride in crafting wonderful brews that are ideal for an autumn day when the sun is hitting low and there’s a briskness in the air. Whether you want to sip a coffee surrounded by WYLDE’s charming interiors or grab it to go as you explore, you’re in for a treat!
Crunch through the leafy streets
There’s always an excuse to tread the streets of our beautiful city in Galway. With lots of quaint lanes, cobbled streets, and intimate thoroughfares to explore, you’ll quickly find somewhere that looks like a picture postcard. And it’s all the better with the soundtrack of crunching leaves which are everywhere at this time of year. So, you can expect a fun and enjoyable time strolling along the Long Walk, the Middle Arch, or in one of the many woods you’ll find on the outskirts of the city.
Cosy up in HYDE Bar with a hot one
If you’re keen to really enjoy some early festive vibes, then you deserve to stop for a while in HYDE Bar, where our team will be ready to whip up a hot beverage just for you. Why not order a hot whiskey, hot brandy, or an Irish coffee? Not only is it a fantastic way to unwind, but it’s also a neat way to warm up during autumn in Galway!