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Top tips for finding Donegal hotel deals
If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Donegal, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Donegal in February and November.
Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Donegal if you stay on a Sunday. The opposite is true for, Thursday, which is usually the most expensive day.
Book at least 48 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Donegal accommodation.
The nearest airport to Donegal town is Donegal Airport, which is on the northern coast of the county, 43 miles away, so you will need to travel from the airport to get to your hotel. We recommend that you contact your hotel in advance if you think that you may arrive outside of their regular check-in times or stay in a hotel with 24h check-in services, such as An Chúirt, Gweedore Court Hotel.
Public transport in Donegal is infrequent and the county is generally not very well connected, so if you are planning on going to Donegal without renting a car, we recommend that you stay in a hotel near Donegal Town Centre, such as The Central Hotel Donegal, as it is the best-connected part of the county.
For travellers looking to stay at a hotel near the coast, there are several hotels that offer coastal views on the Wild Atlantic Way, one of Ireland's most famous tourist trails, such as The Gaslight Inn, or Foyagh House, both of which are close to Rossnowlagh Beach.
If you would prefer not to use public transport to get to your hotel, Farmleigh Guesthouse and Donegal Lodgings offer airport shuttle transport to Donegal Airport, and Donegal Lodgings also offers a car rental service on site.
If you want to travel with your most faithful companion, Windmill Cottage and Ard na Breatha Guesthouse are both pet-friendly hotels in Donegal. We advise you to contact them in advance as there may be a pet-stay fee.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Donegal
Where should I stay in Donegal if I am looking for a countryside retreat?
If you are looking for a countryside retreat near the coast, The Gaslight Inn and Foyagh House both offer romantic views of Rossnowlagh Beach on the Wild Atlantic Way. Harvey’s Point and Lough Eske Castle are inland and closer to Donegal Town but still offer a natural, beautiful retreat from city life. They are both located on the shores of Lough Eske. Lough Eske Castle is only 3 miles from the Bluestack Mountains, while Harvey’s point is situated just on the edge of where the mountains start.
Where should I stay in Donegal Town if I want to experience the nightlife?
The Central Hotel is beside the River Eske, where the most famous pubs and bars are. The Central Hotel has an indoor pool and fitness centre, but you will need to call to check availability at the hotel. The Reveller’s Lodging is located in the heart of Donegal Town, has a bar and is soundproofed so you can sleep well at night. Both The Central Hotel Donegal and The Reveller Lodgings are within minutes’ walking distance of the Reel Inn, one of the most famous pubs for live traditional music in Donegal, as well as McCafferty’s Bar and the Forge.
Where should I stay if I want to visit the historic landmarks in Donegal?
The Central Hotel and the Bridges Guest House B&B are perfectly located in the centre of Donegal Town, only a few minutes’ walk away from Donegal Castle and the famous Famine Graveyard. They are well placed to catch the bus to Letterkenny, where you can change to Dunlewy and visit Errigal Mountain, which is about 50 miles from Donegal Town and one of the most historic landmarks in Donegal County. You can also get a bus to Letterkenny, then a taxi to An Grianán of Aileach, the famous stone fort near Derry/Londonderry, and about 25 miles from Donegal Town.
Where is best place to stay with children in Donegal?
If you are looking to relax with your children surrounded by nature, then Harvey’s Point and Lough Eske Castle offer family rooms and plenty of fresh air, as well as fishing, cycling and horse riding facilities. A little closer to Donegal Town, Mill Park Hotel offers a swimming pool and comfortable family rooms only half a mile from the town centre. Donegal Manor offers additional baking classes and is conveniently placed near Donegal Golf course and between Donegal Town and Lough Eske.
How much does a hotel cost in Donegal?
The average price of a double room in Donegal is R3 580 per night. In the last 3 days, KAYAK found great deals as cheap as R1 468 per night.
How do I find a hotel in central Donegal?
After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighbourhood, which allows you to pick the central Donegal districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Donegal city centre
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel map to find the best hotels near you.