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Located in picturesque Buncrana, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel offers a luxury spa, a 20-yard pool, and a modern Irish restaurant. Brilliant experience at this hotel from start to finish! We were checked in early, which was very much appreciated with a 10 month old baby. Facilities are superb, from the pool to the soft play area. We ate bar food which was very tasty, as was the breakfast, and we sat people watching in the foyer. Staff are friendly and can't do enough for you. A great hotel to which we will definitely return in the near future!
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Buncrana town center, The Lake of Shadows Hotel offers free parking. Just 5 minutes’ walk from the beach of Lough Swilly, guests can enjoy full Irish breakfasts. Everything, room was beautiful, bed was comfortable, water pressure was great, Wi-Fi connection excellent food in the restaurant was delicious and reasonably priced staff was wonderful.
Located a 16-minute walk from Buncrana Beach, St Columbs House has accommodations with a shared lounge, a garden and a 24-hour front desk for your convenience. This was one of the most incredible stays on our trip of Donegal. We were in the Deluxe 4 poster room and boy oh boy did it live up to my expectations. The room was so tastefully designed with all the the extras included and more! The bathroom had both a shower and a clawfoot bathtub (Instagram pic worthy). The room was extremely clean and the perfect temperature throughout our stay. The host greeted us with open arms and was extremely helpful throughout our stay. He even drove us to our dinner reservation that evening free of charge, which was an extremely thoughtful gesture. The breakfast the next morning was also lovely, with yogurts, tea/coffee and a full Irish Fry. The house itself is stunning inside with exuisite detail throughout. I will be recommending this to both family and friends as a must stay accommodation in the beautiful Donegal.
Located 1.6 mi from Buncrana Beach, Westbrook House B & B features accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. A continental breakfast is available each morning at the bed and breakfast. Mary Margaret was extremely sweet and the breakfast was a real Irish breakfast.
Beautiful Room Buncrana provides accommodations with a garden and free WiFi, and is located in Buncrana. A continental breakfast is served at the property. The property was clean, someone previously had put up a post that the property was dirty, but I believe this was done mischievously , we found it very clean, in the evening the landlord give us a lift into town to eat dinner which was great. The breakfast is a basic continental breakfast, but everything is there, the owners where very helpful & give us a lift to Buncrana ferry in the morning, couldn’t complain about anything in the property.
Located in Buncrana in the Donegal County region, Ard an Dún Self Catering Cottage has a patio and garden views. Set 1.2 mi from Stragill Beach, the property offers a garden and free private parking. Very spacious property, perfect for multiple family groups. Open plan living and huge bedrooms.
Sally's Vineyard is located in Buncrana. This vacation home has free private parking, luggage storage space and free WiFi. So spacious, everything supplied, overall a perfect base for our holiday
Featuring sea views, Carolina Cottage is a detached holiday home located on the coast, 1.8 mi from Buncrana town center, along the Wild Atlantic Way in Co Donegal. The location is superb. Literally on the beach and within a beautiful walk to Buncranna.
Boasting a spa bath, Linsfort Cottage is located in Buncrana. Featuring complimentary private parking, the holiday home is 1.5 mi from Stragill Beach. Loved the cottage and the location
On average, 3-star hotels in Buncrana cost $142 per night, and 4-star hotels in Buncrana are $98 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Buncrana can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
We visit Buncrana regularly, unfortunately it is being affected by Covid 19, as I suppose, everywhere else, I would strongly recommend the town to anyone in normal times, lets hope we can get back to them times soon. The coastal walk from the town to Stragill beach is great, Dunree fort and coffee shop worth a visit, Glenevin waterfall is great in nearby Clonmany where they would have the festival early August, great weekend on the streets with good Irish bands and great craic.
Buncrana has a lot going for it, from walks along the paths above the beach and views of lough Swilly, to the restaurants and cafes in the town. The Tank and Skinny's beside the beach is worth a visit. Not far from Derry, and the locals are friendly. No shortage of beaches to explore a short drive away.
If you would like to get closer to the real people and history of Donegal you couldn't be better placed. One fascinating thing I observed in Buncrana was that so many people seem to know each other. It's great to be able to become a small temporary part of that vibrant community.
Buncrana is convenient for touring the peninsula. Also, it has on its doorstep a beautiful coastal walk along Lough Swilly that begins at the Cahir O'Doherty castle and stretches for miles. The fort and museum overlooking the Lough at nearby Dunree has a fascinating history and is definitely worth visiting. Every visitor should also take the short drive (about 25 minutes) to Doagh Famine Village. Pat Doherty will take you on a tour that you will never forget. He is not only aware how the famine impacted on the local community, but he is a mine of information on Ireland's social, cultural and political history.
This is a very busy town. It lets itself down by its lack of signs when you go out of the town. There is some beautiful coves about that we came across by accident.there is a lot of sporting activities. There is plenty of shops pubs and restaurants to
Rented a car in Dublin, wanted to see the country side and we were successful! Got lost but had the best adventure! The signage was not amazing. It was so nice to be away from the crowds. Farmers were so nice but other locals in the county Dongal were not. Our hotel had a beautiful location but the staff was rude and unfriendly
Brilliant experience at this hotel from start to finish! We were checked in early, which was very much appreciated with a 10 month old baby. Facilities are superb, from the pool to the soft play area. We ate bar food which was very tasty, as was the breakfast, and we sat people watching in the foyer. Staff are friendly and can't do enough for you. A great hotel to which we will definitely return in the near future!
Great location in the middle of the town.
Service was great the food excellent.