The price is £253 per night from 4 Sep to 5 Sep£253
4 Sep - 5 Sep
11.5 mi from city centre
4.8/5 Exceptional! (108 reviews)
Well done to Harveys Point!
"Just returned from Harveys Point Hotel and am already looking forward to our next visit. From the wonderfully spacious bedroom and ensuite to scrumptuous breakfast every thought is put into guest comforts. Tea & coffee making facilities with delicious complimentary cookies is a lovely welcoming touch. ..."
Blanketed in forests, mountains, woodland and water meadows, Glenveagh National Park is one of the primary attractions in County Donegal. The park is particularly popular with hikers, owing to its combination of untamed natural beauty, challenging trails and sculpted gardens – the latter of which are part of the 19th century Glenveagh Castle. The park covers an impressive 66 square miles of countryside.
Slieve League is a large mountain overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, in the secluded and remote County Donegal on the north-west coast of Ireland. At almost 2,000 feet high, Slieve League has some of the tallest sea cliffs in Ireland. They are, in fact, even higher than the famous Cliffs of Moher on the south-west coast of the country.
Yes, you'll find most room reservations are fully refundable as long as you cancel before the accommodation's cancellation deadline, which in most cases is within 24 or 48 hours of the scheduled arrival. If you have a reservation that's non-refundable, it may still be possible to cancel it and get a refund within a 24-hour period of your booking. Filter your search by fully refundable to find flexible hotel deals in Glenties.
Park View is a top 3.5-star B&B on Expedia for families, and features free breakfast and free WiFi. Also, attractions in the area such as Donegal Castle and Donegal Bay Waterbus are fun for children of all ages. Find more child-friendly accommodations in Glenties.
Visitors can enjoy all that Glenties has to offer, including the churches, beaches and football games. Tourists can also enjoy so much more including its mountain views. In Glenties, there are 7 hotels and other accommodation options to choose from. Find out more about Glenties.
The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 13°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Glenties is 851 mm.
Glenties Hotel Reviews
expedia verified reviews
Everyone take the train to the station house hotel
"Could not fault hotel it was clean comfortable food was good and reasonable and staff friendly and helpful and cheerful and very central for touring and shopping "
A verified traveller stayed at Station House Hotel
"We booked a triple room for two people. They phoned the day before and asked if we needed a room for three. I said no but that was all that was available on hotels.com. They asked if I'd mind switching to a double with a sea view and I agreed. They actually gave us the Tara suite on the top floor with a balcony and views out over the port and bay. So it was a fabulous room.
More than that, everyone was really friendly and helpful and a pleasure to be around. When we were leaving, our car's battery had become flat so we had to delay leaving for quite a few hours. Again, they couldn't have been nicer and friendlier.
On top of that, this is a beautiful part of the world. While killybegs is an industrial fishing town it's also a gorgeous little place located in a perfect position for exploring Donegal."
"Brilliant hotel brilliant people top class food spotlessly clean I love this hotel and I will most certainly tell family and friends to get there if all goes well I will be back to the Radisson blue Letterkenny "
A verified traveller stayed at Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny
"Very friendly staff, spacious room with a great view. Everything was in our door step. Great to finished the night with singers every night, great craic! My 10 yr old son said, Central Hotel is his favorite hotel of all he stayed in! He loves the pool!"
A verified traveller stayed at The Central Hotel Donegal