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Mill Park Hotel - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Mill Park Hotel

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

Lough Eske Castle, a Solis Hotel & Spa

1 Lough Eske, Donegal - Map
"Beautiful castle hotel but definitely over priced."
Was a lovely break away such beautiful grounds to walk around and great friendly & helpful staff. The room was amazing and so clean. I have stayed in a lot of hotels which were just as nice so thought it was too over priced and would stay again if cheaper as £200 for one night stay is a bit much.
Traveller from derry
Harvey's Point Hotel - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

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.
Traveller from Belfast
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

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...............................................,,.,,?,,,??,..,.,
A Traveller
Beautifully located, the Sandhouse hotel is a family-run hotel and a haven of comfort and tranquillity amidst the beauty of …More
Jackson's Hotel - Ballybofey Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Jackson's Hotel

Glenfin Street, Ballybofey - Map
"Handy to town"
A comfortable hotel with good amenities and facilities. Starting to look a bit worn and in need of a "lick of paint". Very comfortable rooms and a friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Traveller from Carrickfergus
Tara Hotel - Killybegs Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

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.
Traveller from uk
Gateway Lodge Donegal - Donegal Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Gateway Lodge Donegal

Killybegs road (R925), Donegal - Map
"Great overnighter"
Beautiful hotel but Google maps ink from Expedia itinerary sends you to drumcliff Sligo! We realised there is a drumcliff suburb of Donegal but apparently lots of people drive down to Sligo and fave to come back so beware.
Traveller from uk
Gallaghers Hotel - Letterkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Gallaghers Hotel

100 Main Street, Letterkenny - Map
Lovely clean central hotel in the middle of town. Had a lovely meal in restaurant and thoroughly enjoyed the breakfast. Staff lovely really nice stay would return.
A Traveller
Clanree Hotel - Letterkenny Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Clanree Hotel

Derry Road, Letterkenny - Map
"Lovely accesible hotel"
We thoroughly enjoyed our weekend in this hotel. The rooms are as described and the hotel is very clean. The bar/restaurant is fantastic! It is easy to get into town and the staff are helpful and friendly. We will be back!
A Traveller
Kee's Hotel, Leisure & Wellness Centre - Stranorlar Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

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
Traveller from Larne

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    Pocket Guide: Donegal

    Donegal is considered as a place of utter tranquillity and peace (not only to natives, but also to the likes of celebrities, such as Sarah Jessica Parker). It is a haven to those who love outdoor adventuring and seek an active way of discovering the beauty of Ireland. It is also a place to relax and enjoy the undisturbed serenity that Donegal offers everyone. Situated on the North West of Ireland it is the largest county in Ulster and borders with counties in Northern Ireland. With a population of over 160,000 Donegal is home to both outstanding areas of beautiful natural rural areas and busy shopping areas like Letterkenny and Donegal town.

    Oh the Hills of Donegal

    Visiting Donegal gives you an opportunity to get to grips with the very best of Irish nature. Diving into the Atlantic Ocean, fishing in Lough Erne or Lough Eske, hiking up the many hills and tracking through the valleys, there is plenty to keep you active on a holiday to Donegal. And when you’re absolutely exhausted – you’ll find very few places in Ireland that offer such great grub which such a warm welcome. Donegal’s most loved pubs and eateries include Rosato’s Pub, Moville, Beachcomber, Rathmullan (one of the most amazing beer gardens in Ireland!) and Leo’s Tavern just outside Crolly.

    Surfs Up!!

    If water is your thing then you'll be right at home in Donegal, with towns like Bundoran putting the area on the map for surfers and adrenaline junkies all over the world. Other popular surfing areas in Donegal include the beaches at Rossnowlagh and Mullaghmore which remain a favourite for locals and visitors alike any time of year. Canoeing, kayaking and abseiling are just some of the other popular outdoor sports you will see happening regularly around Donegal.

    Bask in the Wonder of the Cliffs at Slieve League

    Be sure to visit Slieve League which is considered Donegal’s ultimate beauty spot, located along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Slieve League has some of the highest cliffs in Ireland and views from the cliffs look right out at Donegal Bay - simply breathtaking. Donegal, being the hub of all outdoors activities also includes an outstanding cycle around Grass Roots with views of the remarkable mountains and rivers of Donegal. Donegal is also home to some historic castles including Glenveagh Castle, Donegal Castle and Lough Eske Castle which dates back to the 15th Century.

    Watch the Wonderful Sunset at Banba's Crown

    Many locals of Donegal stress the importance of seeing Banba's Crown at Malin Head, the most Northern point of Ireland. Visiting Banba’s Crown is said to be one of the greatest places in the world to watch the sun rise or set – offering exquisite views and wonderful photographic opportunities. Many people gather to watch the sun go down with a bottle of wine or a picnic – a chance to enjoy some quality family time or indeed the ultimate romantic setting.

    A Voyage That Will Leave You Wanting More

    Donegal is also residence to some of the most iconic towns in Ireland which are frequently pictured in brochures and postcards, towns like Bundoran, Letterkenny and Balleyboffey. The Inishowen Peninsula is another area that provides you with so much to see and do; simply a must see when you visit Donegal. With stunning hotels, B&B’s, castles and cottages to help make your stay extra enjoyable; soak up the Irish culture and experience the beauty of the Emerald Isle. Visiting Donegal brings you on a voyage of never ending discovery that will leave you hungry for more.

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