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Quiet location. Service and staff were first class. Would recomnend
The staff was very helpful the beds eere so comfy. The carpet is a little run down
Room was a bit dated and furniture scuffed. Room layout is poor
right at the center of the town. walking distance to donegal castle. friendly front desk staffs.
Nice location, adequate safe parking, good access Spacious breakfast area and nice selection for breakfast
The hotel staff was lovely and welcoming. Rooms and hotel overall was very nice, clean and had a gorgeous view. The only negative thing is the bar in the hotel. Arrived for dinner and wasn't even acknowledged for like 20 minutes. Had get up and get a menu myself then took another 10-15 minutes to ...
Lovely hotel, very well presented. Friendly staff. Wonderful view
Great having free wifi throughout the hotel & room. Ice machine on 1st floor. Really nice hotel, pleasant stay. 1st floor quite noisy when entertainment is on. Grest location. Breakfast very nice and good choice.
Breakfast was very good and good service. Lovely dining room
With its fabulous beaches, wide range of family attractions and beautiful woodlands ripe for exploration, County Donegal is the perfect destination for young and old alike. If you’re taking a trip with your children you can rest assured that you’ll have no trouble finding somewhere to stay that can cater for all age groups.
Whether you’re looking to a enjoy a taste of four or five star luxury or a bargain break in a budget hotel, there are plenty of options. There are hundreds of bed and breakfasts and guesthouses to choose from or, if your kids are that bit older and want to help you explore the real Ireland on a walking holiday, you could opt for a stay in one of the area’s comfortable hostels. If you want lots of space, consider a holiday home, cottage or apartment.
If you are travelling with your family you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to selecting somewhere to stay in County Donegal. Wherever you are, you won’t be far from a beautiful stretch of sand, rolling waves and an amazing view. There are stunning woodlands and lakes dotted all over the county, and they are all perfect for exploring with the kids.
As you’d expect from the county’s biggest town, Letterkenny has lots of choices when it comes to accommodation, whether it’s in the centre or on the outskirts. Donegal Town is another great option and is particularly handy if you like everything close to hand - most of its hotels, pubs, restaurants, shops and coffee houses are located around an open, pedestrianised area called The Diamond.
Of course, Donegal is famous for its beaches, so you also need to consider the coastal resorts, particularly if you have young children in tow.
Bundoran is probably the most popular resort in the county, revelling in an almost carnival-like atmosphere during the summer months. Not only is it home to one of the most famous surfing beaches in the world, it also boasts, among other things, its own adventure park and aqua park on the seafront.
If you want to see the best stretches of sand, head for Rossnowlagh or Killahoey or Marblehill, located on the Ards Peninsula, close to Dunfanaghy.
When you travel as a family you have to really think about where you’re staying. Your base is going to be turned into a temporary hive of activity, particularly if you are travelling with young children. They are likely to need regular return trips to their rooms to rest, a change of clothes or just a bit of downtime. You may also be going to bed earlier than normal so you need to make sure you have all the home comforts you need.
You need to ask for larger rooms, child-friendly menus, free cots and in-room Wi-Fi so older children can easily play on their tablets and smartphones. Ideally, look for accommodation in central areas close to everything you need.