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Gateway Lodge Donegal - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Gateway Lodge Donegal

Killybegs road (R925), Donegal - Map
 
 
"Central"
The staff went above and beyond to help us out with a broken cash card. So friendly. Loved the 2 nights we spent there. Really central, yet quiet and spotlessly clean
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Mill Park Hotel - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Mill Park Hotel

The Mullins, Donegal - Map
 
 
"pleasant"
nice, isolated location, well organized, nice gym good restaurant
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Lough Eske Castle, a Solis Hotel & Spa - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Lough Eske Castle, a Solis Hotel & Spa

1 Lough Eske, Donegal - Map
 
 
"Beautiful location and hotel, room like a sauna!"
We had a one night stay at the hotel. Everything was as you would expect for a hotel of this standard and the location is wonderful close to the lake with forest and lake walks. We were in a courtyard room and there was torrential rain during our stay which meant we got wet during our trips to and from the main hotel, also puddles had formed on pathway which resulted in our feet getting wet as well. The major issue with our stay was with the underfloor heating in the room which appeared to be stuck on maximum. We had to open doors and windows to get relief from the heat - it must have been at least 35 degrees, very uncomfortable! We know from other friends staying in these rooms that the heat was oppressive in their rooms as well.
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Harvey's Point Hotel - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Harvey's Point Hotel

Lough Eske, Donegal - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel and lovely location"
A window seat in the restaurant for breakfast, and what a breakfast! The biggest hotel bedroom I have ever been in.
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AA HOTEL OF THE YEAR 2007/08 Situated 4 km from Donegal Town in the north west of Ireland - 4 Stars **** Harveys Point …More
Sandhouse Hotel - Rossnowlagh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Sandhouse Hotel

Killinangel Beg, Rossnowlagh - Map
 
 
Amazing, great place to stop, wake up, and eat, views were not even close to the pics, my friends enjoyed the entire tour, it was their first trip, and they will definitely come back...............................................,,.,,?,,,??,..,.,
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Beautifully located, the Sandhouse hotel is a family-run hotel and a haven of comfort and tranquillity amidst the beauty of …More
Randwick - Ballyshannon Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Randwick

Bundoran Road, Ballyshannon - Map
 
 
"Great Aussie flavour"
A comfortable B&B, with great views of the estuary. Claire and John have spent some time in Australia and that made our stay a bit better as we discussed their experiences. Also tis is the first B&B where we were welcomed into the sitting room when the family were in occupation, which made it a very friendly and intimate visit. Our room on the ground floor (I couldn't face the stairs , was very comfortable and we had control of the heating, which for us was great. Breakfast was sumptuous and almost more than I could get down. Claire was happy to do a bit more than you might expect in providing explicit requests.
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Tara Hotel - Killybegs Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Tara Hotel

Main Street, Killybegs - Map
 
 
"Fantastic location for exploring Donegal"
Stayed the weekend and really enjoyed it, good food , friendly staff, stayed here twice now.
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Woodhill House - Ardara Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Woodhill House

Ardara, Ardara - Map
 
 
" traditional country house. full of memorabilia"
The hotel was very quiet on arrival with a very friendly welcome. We were shown to a large room in the outside building. As it turned out, we were the only residents. The room was warm and cosy and very clean. We spent some time in the bar and had a fantastic meal.The menu was varied with plenty of choice. Several diners from the village dined. Comfortable beds and an excellent breakfast rounded off a pleasant stay.
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Eagle's Nest Bed & Breakfast - Lettermacaward Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Eagle's Nest Bed & Breakfast

Corr Point, Cullion Road, Lettermacaward - Map
 
 
"Wish I found it sooner"
I stayed here only one night in the cabin / apartment next to the main building, but wish I had found it earlier so I could stay an extra night or two as it's a great location to serve as a base in western Donegal - less than an hour from Slieve League It was wonderful. The cabin had a futon downstairs along with a mini-kitchen and full bath. The loft upstairs had a bed fit under the "A" frame roof. The bed was very comfortable - best sleep of my trip. Upon arrival, the owner greeted me and offered a beverage. After showing me around, he suggested I go to a pub down the road for some traditional Irish music. It was a great introduction to the area, and exactly what I wanted. The next morning, the breakfast was great - full irish, or whatever else I wanted along with smoked salmon, cheese, meats, and of course, some great coffee and chat. If you're in the area and looking for a good place to stay - look no further, this is it.
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Jackson's Hotel & Leisure Club - Ballybofey Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Jackson's Hotel & Leisure Club

Main Street, Ballybofey - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel"
Very pleasant stay in Jackson's hotel. Lovely room with beautiful view over the river.
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    Pocket Guide: Donegal Ardara Fort Hotels

    Located in south-west Donegal, the heritage town of Adara is at the heart of the county’s famous tweed and knitwear industry. It’s a great place to stay if you want to experience the true flavour of Ireland.

    In terms of size Adara is relatively small - it has a population of around 600 - but it still manages to offer an impressive range of comfortable and affordable accommodation. There is a hotel in the town centre and several bed and breakfasts and guesthouses in the locality, many enjoying pretty coastal views. If you are on a tight budget there is also a hostel.

    Hotels Close to Ancient History

    Ardara sits on the River Owentocker and its name, meaning “height of the fort”, comes from the earthen ring fort which sits on top of a hill to the north-east of town. The fort is a popular tourist attraction, pulling in visitors keen to find out more about the town’s ancient past.

    The area’s long history is revealed further by the Kilclooney Dolman and the Maghera Caves, both of which can be found just outside Ardara. The latter were said to provide a place of sanctuary during penal times, with local people using them to avoid detection by invading forces.

    The beautiful Assaranca Waterfall is also nearby, as is the hidden gem of Bonny Glen Wood. It has its own colourful history linked to the potato famine of the mid-1800s and it can be explored via two routes, each passing three pretty lakes.

    Hotels by the Beach

    Once you have uncovered the area’s historic past you can relax on the beaches of Narin and Portnoo, which are a short drive from Adara. From Narin, at low tide you can walk across to the island of Inniskeel but make sure you check locally for the safest time to do it.

    Festivals and Textiles

    Ardara is famous for its Cup of Tae Festival - “The Sweet Cup of Tae” is a favourite reel played by Irish musicians and points to the tradition of adding a drop of whiskey to a cup of tea. The festival is held annually in late April or early May and was inspired by local musician John “The Tae” Gallagher, once described as “probably the best fiddle player of all time” by Irish broadcaster Ciaran Mathuna.

    Ardara is also known for holding its St Patrick’s Day Festival on the first Sunday after St Patrick’s Day. This unusual decision was taken to give residents and visitors the chance to enjoy both the festivities in nearby Glenties, on St Patrick’s Day itself, and the events in Ardara.

    Famous for its textiles, Adara’s bustling town centre is a great place to see some of Donegal’s finest tweed and knitwear weavers, as well as other craftspeople, in action.

    Hotel Options

    Adara has lots of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets but if you want to look a little further afield check out what’s on offer in Glenties, Killybegs, Lettermacaward and Donegal Town.

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