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The West & North West Regions


Downings Bay Hotel


www.downingsbayhotel.com


Great Northern Hotel


www.greatnorthernhotel.com


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Downings, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal 9 18 9


t 353 (0)74 9155586 f 353 (0)74 9154716 e info@downingsbayhotel.com


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Rates B&B: €40 Double / Twin, €45 Single Contact Eileen Rock


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Nearby Golf Courses Rosapena , Letterkenny, Portsalon, Dunfanaghy.


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Description | Hotel


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Situated on Sheephaven Bay and the picturesque Atlantic Drive. Spacious bedrooms, many of them interconnecting, are luxuriously finished. JC’s Bar & the Haven Dining Room serve locally sourced fresh food daily. Magherabeg Leisure Centre & Kidz Kingdom are available complimentary to hotel guests. Local activities include golf, fishing, walking, horse riding & water sports.


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Sea Road, Bundoran,9 Co. Donegal 9


t 353 (0)71 9841204 f 353 (0)71 9841114 e reservations@greatnorthernhotel.com Rates See website


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Contact Reservations Department: Deirdre Kerrigan


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Nearby Golf Courses Bundoran, Murvagh, Rosespoint, Strandhill.


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This Luxury 4 Star hotel is located on 130 acres of parkland and boasts an 18 hole Championship golf course as well as a beautiful Leisure & Conference Centre, all overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. All 110 bedrooms are en suite with full facilities. After your meal you can enjoy a relaxing drink in our lounge bars or dance the night away in our Atlantic Ballroom.


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Harvey’s Point Country Hotel Harvey’s Point Country Hotel www.harveyspoint.com Lough Eske Castle, a Solis Hotel & Spa www.solislougheskecastle.ie


Lough Eske, Do9negal Town, Co. Donegal 9 18


t 353 (0)74 9722208 f 353 (0)74 9722352 e stay@harveyspoint.com Rates From €79 pps Bed & Full Irish Breakfast Contact Deirdre McGlone Nearby Golf Courses Murvagh, Bundoran, Narin & Portnoo, Letterkenny, Ballybofey & Stranorlar.


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Hidden in the hills of Donegal, Harvey’s Point is a unique, luxurious hotel featuring the best in accommodation to international standards, fine dining and traditional Irish hospitality. Owned and managed by the Swiss family Gysling, this hotel has developed into the market leader of the Northwest and is striving to become one of the leading hotels in Ireland. Open March to November. Closed midweek from November to March, open Fri to Sun over Winter.


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t 353 (0)74 9725100 f 353 (0)74 9723762 e reservations.lougheske@solishotels.com Rates B&B from €92.50 pps Contact Michele McConalogue


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Nearby Golf Courses Donegal (Murvagh), Bundoran, Narin/Portnoo, Ballybofey & Stranorlar .


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Lough Eske Castle, the only 5 star hotel and spa in Co. Donegal, is situated in one of the most beautiful locations in Ireland and offers guests the ultimate in pampering and excellent food. In 2011, for the third year in a row, it won the coveted “Global Luxury Hotel Award for Best Luxury Country Hotel in the World.”


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