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The Ballyliffin TownHouse 4* Boutique Hotel centrally located, with views overlooking Pollan Bay and sitting on the majestic Wild Atlantic Way. Here you will be ideally situated to explore rural Ireland at its very best.
Address: Ballyliffin, Co.Donegal , F93 WN93
- ballyliffin golf club - km
- Doagh Famine Village - km
2.7km to City/Town Centre
The 4 Star Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny, the ideal place to relax and revive. The Clanree Hotel provides a comfortable base for exploring Donegal and is conveniently located only a few minutes' drive from the bustling town centre of Letterkenny. The Clanree Hotel is ideally located for exploring beautiful Donegal and the Northwest of Ireland.The hotels accommodation boasts 120 en-suite rooms. Each of our 120 spacious bedrooms is furnished with all the modern comforts. Each room has a great selection of TV channels & tea and coffee making facilities. The Aileach restaurant in the Clanree Hotel offers Award Winning food, The Aileach Restaurant is popular with locals and guests alike serving both an A La Carte menu of international favourites and a traditional Irish Carvery daily.McGettigan's bar offers an extensive Bar Food Menu and Beverages, coupled with excellent service and entertainment each weekend and live sport on our big screens.Visitors can't fail to be impressed by its grand interior and wide range of facilities. The hotel boasts a fully equipped health and fitness club with a heated indoor 20m pool and children's pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steamroom, solarium and fully-equipped gym.
Address: Derry Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland
- Letterkenny Institute of Technology - km
- Letterkenny Golf Club - km
6.75km to City/Town Centre
The Silver Tassie Hotel & Spa in Donegal offers the very best of both worlds - a rural setting gazing across Lough Swilly whilst only a five minute drive from Letterkenny. This unique, cosy and intimate family run hotel is renowned for excellent service and award winning food with the 'Tassie Steak' a specialty! Open fires, candlelit oak beamed foyer, relaxing surroundings and a friendly greeting awaits you. All 36 luxurious bedrooms have everything you need to make your stay memorable including DVD players and complimentary library of DVD's and books. It is an ideal choice to get away from it all yet be close to everything. Choose from first class beaches, walking, surfing or play a game of Golf on one of the many wonderful courses near by. If you prefer some retail therapy there are lots of shops to choose from & a wide selection of things to do in the area from Glenveagh National Park, Museum as well as scenic drives with quaint heritage town of Ramelton only a short drive away.
Address: Ramelton Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
- Slieve League - km
- Fintown Railway - km
Boutique, 4-Star, Family Run Hotel & Spa in Co Donegal providing Spa and Wellness facilities
Address: Main St, Ballybofey, Co donegal F93 C2CF
- Slieve League - km
- Donegal Adventure Centre & Surf School - km
0.6km to City/Town Centre
There is a small village in this corner of Northwest Donegal called Dungloe. Perched amid glorious rolling countryside and overlooking Dungloe Bay you will find the award winning 4 star Waterfront Hotel. This Donegal hotel is on the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way, home to some of the best beaches in Ireland and offering rugged coastline like no other.
Address: Mill Road, Dungloe, Co Donegal
- Doe Castle - km
- Fintown Railway - km
Things to See & Do
- Doe Castle
- Glenveagh National Park
- Slieve League
- Port of Larne
- Donegal Adventure Centre & Surf School
- Fanad Head
- Bundoran Waterworld
- Donegal Golf Club
- Lough Derg
- The Forge
- Glenevin Waterfall
- Donegal Bay Waterbus
- Letterkenny Golf Club
- Letterkenny Institute of Technology
Glenveagh National Park
Things to Do
Slieve League Cliffs: If you fancy a journey to the edge and back, then the Slieve League cliffs are a must see. Although less famous than the Cliffs of Moher, Slieve League's cliffs reach almost three times higher (601m), and are some of the highest and finest marine cliffs in Europe. A nearby visitor centre can provide you with information and history on the area, as well as local food and guided tours of the cliffs.
Glenveagh National Park: A perfect place to start your adventure in Donegal, Glenveagh is the second largest national park in Ireland, containing some 16,540 hectares of mountains, lakes, glens and woods, with the largest herd of red deer in the country. At the centre of the Park is Glenveagh Castle, a late 19th century castellated mansion, built at the edge of Lough Veagh. Tours of the castle and gardens are available, and maps are obtainable on site for exploring the more remote and beautiful areas of the park.
Grianán of Aileach: This spectacular stone hillfort on top of Greenan Mountain is steeped in history and has some spectacular views of Lough Foyle, Lough Swilly, and the entirety of the Inishowen peninsula. The stone fort is believed to have been constructed during the 8th or 9th century as the seat of the ancient Kingdom of Aileach. After centuries of neglect the stone fort, measuring 5m in height and approximately 4m in thickness, was restored in the 1870's and in 2001. Each year, a Summer Solstice Celebration is held at the fort to celebrate the longest day of the year.
Bundoran: The most southerly town in Donegal, and a popular seaside resort since the 18th century, Bundoran has become known as Ireland’s surfing capital in recent years. Local historical attractions include the Fairy Bridges and the Wishing Chair. There are plenty of other water sports and outdoor activities for the whole family, including angling, golfing and kayaking. Bundoran Adventure Park and Waterworld are also full of activities for kids and big kids alike.
Malin Head: Malin Head is the most northerly point of the island of Ireland. Wild and breathtaking, it’s the perfect place to relax with a picnic, as the stunning scenery includes Inistrahull and Tory islands, and on a clear day you can see as far as Scotland. Other activities such as walking, fishing, swimming and bird watching are also popular here. If you are brave enough to travel there at night time you might even be lucky enough to catch a stellar display from the Northern Lights.
Doagh Famine Village: This outdoor museum tells the story of Irish life from the Great Famine to the present day. What makes Doagh Famine Village unique is the combination of informative story telling from passionate local guides and life size exhibits, which provides an informative, thought-provoking look at Irish life. Attractions include original thatched Irish cottages from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, an Eviction Scene, Orange Hall, Republican Safe House and Irish Wake Scene amongst others.
Fanad Head Lighthouse: Fanad Head Lighthouse, one of the world’s most beautiful lighthouses is located within the Donegal Gaeltacht on the Fanad peninsula. Join us in a tour while taking in the spectacular scenery, and exploring the wonderful natural world around us! Learn about the role of the lighthouse and the lives of the light-keepers in our visitor centre or enjoy a unique getaway staying in one of the lighthouse keeper's houses!
Errigal Mountain: One of Ireland’s most iconic mountains, Errigal Mountain rises 751m above the Donegal countryside, just east of Gweedore village. Well known for the pinky glow from its quartzite peak during a setting sun, this majestic mountain is one of Ireland’s most popular mountain walking routes. There are a number of trails and walking loops which are popular with walkers of all levels, possibly due to its compact nature at only 6km and 3.5 hrs to complete.