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Arnolds Hotel

Dunfanaghey, Co Donegal
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This family-owned and run hotel, situated in the coastal village of Dunfanaghy, overlooking sandy beaches and beautiful scenery, is noted for its warm welcome and good food. The public areas and bedrooms are very comfortable; there is a traditional cosy bar with turf fires, a popular bistro that serves food throughout the day, and Seascapes Restaurant where local seafood features on the menu. Café Arnou is a recent contemporary addition. There are stables attached to the hotel, with preferential terms for residents. Photographic and painting breaks are available, as is links-based golf. Car parking available to the rear.

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Ballyliffen Lodge and Spa

Shore Road, BALLYLIFFIN, Co Donegal,
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Located in the heart of the village, this property offers a range of very comfortable bedrooms, many of which enjoy panoramic views of Malin Head and the famed Ballyliffin Golf Club. Dinner is served in the open-plan Jacks bar and restaurant, and less formal meals are served in the bar throughout the day. Guests are welcome to use the leisure facilities in the adjoining Crystal Rock Spa, where there is also a hairdressing salon.

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Downings Bay Hotel

Downings, Co. Donegal
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This friendly family-run hotel is situated on Sheephaven Bay in the picturesque village of Downings. There is a cosy lounge; JC's a traditional style bar where an extensive menu is available all day, and The Haven Restaurant which opens for dinner. The bedroom accommodation is spacious and all rooms are comfortable and well appointed. A popular location for families and within easy reach of a number of golf courses, this property hosts occasional musical events, and there is a nightclub open at weekends. Guests have complimentary use of the local leisure centre.

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Harvey's Point Hotel

Lough Eske, Donegal Town,
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Situated by the shores of Lough Eske, a short drive from Donegal, this welcoming hotel is an oasis of relaxation; comfort and attentive guest care are the norm here. A wide range of particularly spacious suites and bedrooms is on offer, together with smaller rooms in the courtyard annexe. The kitchen brigade maintains consistently high standards in The Restaurant at dinner, with less formal dining in the sun lounge throughout the day. A very popular Sunday buffet lunch is served weekly, with dinner and cabaret entertainment on selected dates during the summer. Breakfast is also a feature of a stay here. Pet friendly accommodation is available.

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Mill Park Hotel

The Mullins, Donegal Town
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The Mill Park is located within walking distance of Donegal town. It is a family owned and operated property, with a friendly and dedicated team that are sure to please with their natural and warm approach. All of the comfortable rooms and suites have been recently renovated in stylish contemporary décor schemes. All-Day dining is available in the Café Bar, a popular destination with the locals, with more formal evening dining in the 1st floor Granary Restaurant that overlooks the main lobby. There is a spacious leisure centre available on a complimentary basis to resident guests, together with treatments & pampering in the Wellness Centre. The hotel has an excellent reputation for its banqueting and conference facilities.

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Mount Royd Country Home

Carrigans, Co. Donegal
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Mount Royd is a creeper-clad house with lovely gardens in the pretty village of Carrigans, a short distance from Derry. The friendly Martins have brought hospitality to new heights - nothing is too much trouble for them. Breakfast is a feast of choices including home baking and eggs from their own hens. Bedrooms are very comfortable, with lots of personal touches.

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Radisson Blu Hotel Letterkenny

Paddy Harte Road, LETTERKENNY, Co Donegal,
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Letterkenny is an ideal base for visiting the many peninsulas of County Donegal. Within walking distance of the town and the retail parks, this hotel offers a range of very comfortable rooms, with all the facilities that today's traveller expects. Guests can dine throughout the day in the popular Oakk Bar & Grill, or, in the evening, enjoy seafood delights and other good dishes in Brasserie TriBeCa. Well-equipped meeting rooms are available, together with a large conference and banqueting hall. The leisure facilities are complimentary to resident guests.

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Redcastle Hotel Golf and Spa Resort

Redcastle, Moville, Co. Donegal
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Perched beside the sea in mature parkland just outside Redcastle, this hotel has an enviable position on the Inishowen Peninsula with great views over Lough Foyle. Now refurbished, it offers spacious bedrooms that are well equipped; some on the ground floor and some with balconies. The public areas include a range of relaxing lounges with an atmospheric bar where food is served throughout the day, and a large terrace for relaxing when the weather permits. The Edge Restaurant is right on the water's edge, and offers a well thought out menu with interesting options. There is a conference centre and an extensive leisure club offering spa treatments. The hotel has its own private 9-hole golf course, with sea fishing available from the shore.

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The Red Door Country House

Fahan, Inishowen Peninsula, Co. Donegal
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Nestled among mature trees and landscaped gardens, this warm and welcoming restaurant with rooms stands proudly on the shore of Lough Swilly, in the historic village of Fahan, just south of Buncrana. Dating from 1789, the original features of the house are cleverly combined with contemporary styling. Bedrooms are cosy and comfortable, each individually decorated and all en suite. The house has a fine reputation in the region for the quality of its restaurant for evening dining, and alfresco lunches. Breakfast is also a highlight and is designed to be lingered over.

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