May 23, 2022 2 min read
At Galway Crystal we know just how much fathers do for their families on a daily basis, and we want to make sure that Sunday 19th June 2022 is a Father's Day your dad will remember for years to come. We have some great Galway based gift ideas that we will make your dad feel super spoilt.
Galway Irish Crystal is one of Ireland's leading giftware brands. We specialise in glassware, gifts and most recently fashion. For the whiskey, wine, beer or gin lover we have the perfect glass so dad can enjoy his favourite tipple at home. What makes Galway Crystal a unique gift this Father's Day is that you can avail of our first class in house engraving service and personalise your gift, truly making your Father's Day gift a stand out piece at home.
If your dad's wardrobe is looking a little tired and in bad need of some TLC, take him on a shopping spree to Hanley & Co, Galway's leading men's clothing specialist.
Alternatively if your dad is an accessories guy treat him to a premium leather wallet or belt from the amazing team at Mishnóc
For the active dad that loves a thrill and adventure you should check out Real Adventures Connemara, specialists in outdoor adventure activities. Explore the beauty that Connemara has to offer with a range of activities from Hillwalking to surfing.
For the sports mad Dad the perfect gift is one from our friends at Connacht Rugby Treat him to a Season Ticket for the coming season and he will never miss any of the big moments at The Sportsground.
If your dad is a whiskey lover there is only one place to visit and that is Sonny Molloy's . Treat your your dad and yourself to a whiskey masterclass, brush up on your whiskey knowledge and sample the finest Irish Whiskey. Why not make a full day of it and dine in theFront Door home to Sonny Molloy's and Tigh Nora.
For the dad who doesn't like a fuss and just loves to spend time with you, take a stroll down Quay Street and pop in for a seriously good coffee in Éan. Enjoy freshly baked handcrafted pastries or a spot of lunch from the creators of Galway's sustainable Michelin-starred restaurant, Loam