Top 10 best hotels in Letterkenny, Ireland

With staycations to become the norm this summer in Ireland, explore Donegal from its largest town; here are the ten best hotels in Letterkenny, Ireland.

Top 10 best hotels in Letterkenny, Ireland

Nicknamed “The Cathedral Town”, Letterkenny is Donegal’s largest and most popular town, and is the perfect base from which to explore the county’s finest attractions; it’s only a 20-minute drive from Glenveagh National Park and 36 minutes from the coastal resort of Buncrana.

And if you are intent on making the most of the town itself, these hotels are the perfect pick from which to drink in the best bars, eat in the best restaurants and explore the best sites, such as St. Eunan’s Cathedral and the Donegal County Museum.

Read on to discover the top ten best hotels in Letterkenny, Ireland.

10. No 50 Boutique Bed & Breakfast – for luxurious accommodation

No 50 Boutique Bed and Breakfast in Letterkenny.
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The first of our best places to stay in Letterkenny is this beautiful boutique, which provides luxurious accommodation and modern architecture situated in the centre of the town. If you’re heading to Letterkenny, give ‘The Burma’ a go.

Price: from €75

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AddressNo50 B&B, Ballyboe Glencar, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, F92 CDR9, Ireland

9. Woodview Bed & Breakfast – for a weekend getaway

Woodview Bed & Breakfast – for a weekend getaway

If you’re looking for a weekend break, this is your spot. As the name suggests you are enveloped by incredible mountain and forest views characteristic of Donegal. Just 32km from the city of Derry.

Price: from €75

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AddressDriminaught, Newmills, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, F92 FW71, Ireland

8. Castle Grove County House Hotel – Donegal’s finest Georgian architecture

Castle Grove County House Hotel – Donegal’s finest Georgian architecture
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One of the best hotels in Letterkenny is Castle Grove, an outstanding Georgian House that provides sweeping views of Lough Swilly. The 4-star country escape is just a ten-minute drive from the town and is a perfect base from which to explore the county.

Price: from €175

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AddressRamelton Rd, Eighterross, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland

7. Station House Hotel – in the heart of the Main Street

The Station House is one of the best hotels in Letterkenny.
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Situation in Letterkenny’s Main Street, this modern boutique hotel is a great spot from which to make the most of the town’s bars and restaurants. From €70 this a steal and one you can’t pass up.

Price: From €69

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AddressLower Main St, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland

6. Dillons Hotelfor apartment-style rooms

Dillons Hotel is one of the best hotels in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.
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One of the town’s more popular stays, Dillons Hotel is also located in the Main Street with apartment-style rooms and suite bathrooms, while your nightlife is covered with Dillons Bar serving a fresh pint of Guinness.

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Price: from €88

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Address29-45 Upper Main St, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland

5. Mount Errigal Hotel, Conference & Leisure Centre – one of the best hotels in Letterkenny

Mount Errigal Hotel, Conference & Leisure Centre – one of the best hotels in Letterkenny
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Located on the outskirts of the town, this is without doubt one of the best hotels in Letterkenny; 139 spacious bedrooms are accompanied a swimming pool, gym and sauna, with the Donegal coast only 20km away.

Price: From €71

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AddressBallyraine, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland

4. McGettigan’s Hotel – the place for your summer staycation

McGettigan’s Hotel – the place for your summer staycation
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With 20% off their summer sales, McGettigan’s is the place to be if Letterkenny is your summer staycation spot. The newly refurbished hotel is bang in the centre of the bustling town. Don’t miss the feed in Ard na cGeapairí Bistro.

Price: From €98

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Address100 Upper Main St, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, F92 NFX9, Ireland

3. Radisson Blu Hotel – for the stylish getaway

The Radisson Blue is the perfect spot for a stylish getaway to Letterkenny.
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There aren’t many places more stylish than this. The Radisson Blu in Letterkenny is only a 5-minute walk from the Main Street, while on site you have access to an award-winning restaurant, heated swimming pool and surrounding scenic views.

Price: From €92

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AddressLetterkenny Retail Park, Paddy Harte Rd, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland

2. Silver Tassie Hotel – for a relaxing retreat in the country

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Undoubtedly one of the best hotels in Letterkenny is the Silver Tassie Hotel, an award-winning hotel and spa that marries the best of the town life, hotel comfort and rural expanse together. The Seascape Spa is all you need if it’s a relaxing retreat that you want; test out the Treatment Rooms, Seaweed Baths, Steam Room and Couples Suites.

Price: €118

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AddressRamelton Rd, Ballymaleel, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, F92 NFP9, Ireland

1. Clanree Hotel – the premier place to stay in Letterkenny

Clanree Hotel – the premier place to stay in Letterkenny
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This 4-star resort is the premier place to stay in Letterkenny this summer. All rooms are en-suite, top of the range food is served in the Aileach restaurant, there is an in-house beauty spa and you can drink the night away in McGettigan’s Bar. For its quality services it is an extremely affordable spot.

Price: €97

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AddressDerry Road, Bunnagee, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland

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Dan O'Muirigh is a keen travel writer from Belfast, County Antrim. He is a passionate sports man who plays Gaelic football for Naomh Gall GAC. He recently graduated with a degree in Law but instead wants to pursue a career in writing. He loves Ireland and believes the island offers something for everyone. He has immersed himself into the country by playing Irish sports, taking part in the culture and learning the Irish language.