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Stayed in this hotel as ideally situated for travelling to different areas. We had dinner in the hotel two nights of our stay. Food was excellent and very good value.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny£64Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny£64
This is a fantastic hotel, right on the River Foyle overlooking the mountains across the water. Very nice breakfast, good bar service and the pool is great. Short drive either up to Malin Head or across to Derry City.
Redcastle Hotel, Golf & Spa£51Redcastle Hotel, Golf & Spa£51
Very nice hotel to stay in. Got a room out in the new part and it is massive. The shower is absolutley huge and it even had a jacuzzi which was sadly not working. The food was very good too, well done to the catering staff. All the staff are very friendly, cant think of anything wrong.
Jackson's Hotel & Leisure Club£65Jackson's Hotel & Leisure Club£65
Wonderful hotel but very quiet when we were there. Disappointing cig burn in the sheet which didn't really fit but room overall was great. Food very expensive in the evening and very average. We think they had a skeleton staff. Shower head broken so water everywhere after early morning shower. Quite ...
Sandhouse Hotel£109Sandhouse Hotel£109
Excellent hotel in beautiful location.will definitely return in future.all staff welcoming and courteous.would like to explore surrounding area e.g Doagh Famine Village.Very scenic area.
The Ballyliffin Lodge and Spa£80The Ballyliffin Lodge and Spa£80
lovely comfortable hotel very clean Staff friendly helpful Food excellent
An Chúirt - Gweedore Court Hotel£87An Chúirt - Gweedore Court Hotel£87
County Donegal is blessed with some of the most impressive scenery in the Republic of Ireland, so you need to make sure you find the best base from which to explore it all from. Donegal Town, with its wide range of hotels, shops, pubs and restaurants, is perfect.
If you want to make the most of your stay in one of the most popular parts of the country, why not opt for a luxurious stay in one of the area’s four star hotels? Many of the best ones, offering beauty, spa and fitness facilities, along with fine dining restaurants, can be found dotted around nearby Lough Eske, one of the most beautiful lakes in Ireland.
In Donegal Town itself, most of the action is centred around an area known as The Diamond. It is the hub of the town, a spacious, open, pedestrianised area surrounded by hotels, restaurants, pubs, shops and coffee houses. Once you have returned from a hard day’s sightseeing you can rest assured that you’ll have no problem finding somewhere to soak up the welcoming atmosphere Ireland is so famous for.
Set in a strategic spot and featuring a pretty little harbour where the Eske River enters Donegal Bay, the town’s proximity to some of Ireland’s most dramatic coastal scenery ensures its popularity. As a result, when it comes to accommodation and entertainment, standards are high. If you want a bit of Irish culture, traditional music can be enjoyed at various pubs in the town almost every night during the summer months.
One of the main advantages of Donegal Town is that everything you need for an enjoyable and relaxing break is close to hand, including its main attractions.
Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Bluestack Mountains, Donegal Town was once home to the O’Donnells, the powerful chieftains who ruled the north-west of Ireland from the 15th to 17th centuries.
Situated on a bend on the River Eske, Donegal Castle is an atmospheric fortress filled with fine French tapestries and Persian rugs. It was originally constructed by the O’Donnells in 1474 but was burnt to the ground in 1607. Sixteen years later it was rebuilt, along with a neighbouring three-storey Jacobean house, and some major restoration work in the 1990s has turned into a must-see attraction.
Donegal’s links to the past are also revealed at the Old Graveyard, housed in the ruins of a former friary at the end of the town’s quay. It was here that the Annals of the Four Masters, one of the most important sources of early Irish history, was created. An obelisk was unveiled in The Diamond in 1937 to honour the work, copies of which are on display in the National Library in Dublin.
With so much to see and do in Donegal Town and the surrounding area you need to make sure you get the most out of your visit - a stay in a four star hotel will ensure you have an unforgettable experience.