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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
 
 
"Jackson's Ballybofey"
I chose to stay at Jackson's because its a family business I like to support local people the hotel reception was lovely and the staff where great but I was disappointed with our room we brought our two dogs so we where in the pet friendly side and it definitely needs an upgrade I would go back and hope things improve soon.
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Kee's Hotel, Leisure & Wellness Centre - Stranorlar Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Kee's Hotel, Leisure & Wellness Centre

Main Street, Stranorlar - Map
 
 
"Friendly and relaxing"
We had very nice stay, Kee`s being quite central is a good base to view the rest of Donegal
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Station House Hotel - Letterkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Station House Hotel

Lower Main Street, Letterkenny - Map
 
 
"Hotel Near Roundabout"
It was okay. Pretty standard hotel, neither exemplary nor bad.
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Set on the banks of the River Swilly, this modern three-storey hotel is located in Donegal’s commercial centre, 18 kilometres …More
Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny - Letterkenny Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny

Paddy Harte Road, Letterkenny - Map
 
 
"Centrally located, but town is dead"
We chose Letterkenny because we wanted to see Derry and Donnegal and its centrally located. Letterkenny itself is pretty dead, but the hotel was comfortable, clean and full of friendly, helpful staff.
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Clanree Hotel - Letterkenny Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£70
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Clanree Hotel

Derry Road, Letterkenny - Map
 
 
It's got it all. You will not be disappointed.Lovely staff and helpful.
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Atlantic Guest House - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
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Atlantic Guest House

Main Street, Donegal - Map
 
 
Dillon's Hotel Letterkenny - Letterkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Dillon's Hotel Letterkenny

Main Street, Letterkenny - Map
 
 
4.8 out of 5 (6 reviews)
Gallaghers Hotel Letterkenny - Letterkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
£62
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Gallaghers Hotel Letterkenny

100 Main Street, Letterkenny - Map
 
 
"Good central location and good value hotel."
Spent two days at Gallaghers Hotel over the Easter period. The Hotel was easy to find, as it is in the centre of Letterkenny. They have a car park at the back of the hotel where you can park your car, which is free and secure. The staff where friendly on arrival and gave us our room, even though we arrived a little early, which was a nice touch. First impressions of our room where a little disappointing as some of the furniture was chipped and the carpet needed to be hoovered, as there was thick dust around the skirting board beside the dressing table. One of the plates in the tea service was discoloured with a brown tea stain and the grouting round the shower area was yellow. These small details may seem petty, but they make all the difference in having a great customer experience. On the plus side, the beds where very clean and extremely comfortable. On the Thursday night of our stay they had a special offer on in the restaurant of 10oz steaks for two for 25 euros, so we decided to try it out. We hadn't booked a table and where disappointed when we where told they where full up, but the staff where great and found us an extra table to fit us in and we where not dissapointed as the steaks where to die for. They where the nicest steaks we have had in a long time and would highly recommend them. To sum up, even though there where small issues, we would defnitely return to stay again as we found the hotel good value for money and in a good location. Top tip: try out the steaks
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Mount Errigal Hotel Conference & Leisure Centre - Letterkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Mount Errigal Hotel Conference & Leisure Centre

Ballyraine, Letterkenny - Map
 
 
"A really nice hotel if you get a good price "
I was really pleased with this hotel as it did not break the bank and had everything required which was presented to a good standard. The breakfast was excellent and I really enjoyed the carvery. The rooms were nice and there always seemed to be someone attending to the rooms. the gym looked good and the roaring log fire looked welcoming. If you're happy with the price you get it for, then get it booked. I would come back.
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This family-friendly hotel is set in unspoilt County Donegal on the outskirts of Letterkenny, one kilometre from the historic …More
Harvey's Point Hotel - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Harvey's Point Hotel

Lough Eske, Donegal - Map
 
 
Hotel and room were first class as was breakfast. We had a really poor evening meal. When you pay £110 for two people you expect a high standard. Our meal was really poor standard, I meant ironed to reception at check out and. We were told the hotel management we're sorry for this experience . Not good enough would have been my response .
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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

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    Pocket Guide: Donegal Cliffs of Bunglass Hotels

    County Donegal’s stunning coastal landscape attracts tourists from all over the world, its wild and natural beauty providing visitors with images that live in the memory forever. There are few better places on the planet to experience the raw power of the Atlantic Ocean.

    Kilcar and its more attractive neighbour Carrick are the perfect bases for exploring the incredible coast around south-west Donegal. They are close to the amazing sea cliffs at Slieve League and offer plenty of comfortable and affordable accommodation to cope with the large number of holidaymakers who descend on the area every year.

    Hotels Close to a Real Natural Wonder

    Although the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare may get more publicity, the ones at Slieve League - also known as the Cliffs of Bunglass - are higher. In fact, they are thought to be the highest in Europe, the beautiful polychrome rockfaces plunging 600 metres into the sea.

    The cliffs and rocks - look out for two nicknamed the “school desk and chair” for obvious reasons - make a particularly attractive sight at sunset, when the last of the sun’s rays reflecting off the Atlantic Ocean add an extra element of beauty to an always dramatic view.

    A road beyond the excellent Slieve League Cliffs Centre leads to a lower car park, allowing you to reach the cliffs on foot, or you can drive a further mile or so to an upper car park, which can often be full but which is right next to the main viewing area.

    If you’re feeling adventurous, there is plenty of opportunity to explore the area by yourself. From the upper car park, a rough and eroded path leads up and along the cliffs to One Man’s Pass. It’s a fitting name for a narrow ridge that leads to the 595-metre summit of Slieve League. Be warned though, it’s a round trip of some six miles and mist and rain can roll in off the ocean with little warning, making conditions hazardous.

    Taking a Hike

    South-west Donegal is fabulous walking country, particularly if you like traversing up and down hills. The Kilcar Way is one popular route while the Slieve League Cliffs Centre, which has its own artisan cafe and craft gallery, runs one-day and three-day archaeology and hill-walking courses.

    It is also possible to reach the summit of Slieve League from Carrick, via the Pilgrim Path, which is signposted along the minor road on the right before the Slieve League cliffs road. Allow four to six hours to complete the seven and a half-mile route, which returns via One Man’s Pass.

    Your Hotel Choices

    Carrick and Kilcar are good options when it comes to looking for a hotel, guesthouse or bed and breakfast, but if you want to stay somewhere with a wider selection of pubs, restaurants and shops you could consider setting up base in Donegal Town, about 25 miles away. Adara, about 18 miles to the north, and Killybegs, just seven miles to the east, are other options worth looking at.

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