Donegal Manor

Clar Road, Donegal, County Donegal, none, Ireland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Clar Road, Donegal, is near Slieve League, Donegal Castle, Donegal Bay Waterbus, and Glencolmcille Folk Village Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Donegal Manor

    Lovely spot !

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    As a tour guide charged with ensuring visitors to Ireland see the best of Ireland, it was a joy to have stayed with Michael & Sian Breslin in their beautiful guesthouse. Just go even for the hospitality and the breakfast! A beautiful place to stay in a beautiful part of the country.

    Felt like home

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    This was our second visit to Donegal Manor and will certainly not be our last. We will be getting married in Donegal this July and will stay at Donegal Manor. Thank God for Sian and Michael who have been nothing but friendly and helpful, making my family and me feel at home. The building is immaculate, as are the rooms that have everything you need(and the best shower i have ever had in my life!). Breakfast is outstanding, whatever you want you can have. I have a 2 year old little girl who thoroughly enjoyed her stay in her little bed and all the fuss that was made of her. I look forward to returning in the summer with a whole bunch of my family and friends where we will all get ready on the morning of the wedding. I honestly wouldn't rather be anywhere else!! Cant wait.

    Absolutely Perfect - Well Kept Secret

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    We had made reservations to stay in a Dublin hotel over St.Patrick's weekend, but as the time approached neither of us had the energy for a city break!! Having checked out accomodation in Donegal on the internet, Donegal Manor certainly came well recommended and appeared to "fit the bill" for a relaxing, homely break.

    We have just returned from a 2 night stay, and can honestly claim it has been one of our best short breaks. Sian, Michael and Sean were full of warmth and sincerity in making our stay special - very knowledgable on the local area, as good as any concierge in a 5 star hotel!! The accomodation itself was faultless - exceptionally clean and totally relaxing and comfortable.

    If you're looking for 5 star comfort in Donegal book this place, a well kept secret!!

    Wot a weekend!!

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    Wot a weekend we had in Donegal Manor, we wanted the weekend to be special and thanks to the hospitality at the Donegal Manor it surpassed all we expected. I would have no problems recommending Donegal Manor and would encourage anyone who is considering a trip to Donegal Town to go and enjoy the five star treatment.

    Dolores

    Loved everything

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    We spent a wonderful week at Donegal Manor recently. The accomodation was outstanding having the cleanest most comfortable high quality bedrooms, as good as any top class hotel. The hospitality shown by Sian and her family made us feel very welcome. We can fully recommend the fabulous breakfast and wonderful mouth watering home baked cakes we were served by the roaring open fire. We can not wait to return. Fantastic!

    First Class

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    Stayed in Donegal Manor for a long weekend and it was an excellent location to relax and forget all about work and any other worries that I might of had! The staff were very welcoming, and were always up for a chat.

    Coupled with the lovely location of Donegal town itself, Donegal Manor was the icing on the cake. I will most certainly return.

    Best in Show

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    I stayed in 11 B&Bs while in Ireland a couple weeks ago. This was the best of the bunch (stayed on August 22). My room was enormous with many amenities, breakfast was very good and couldn't have asked for a more helpful or enthusiastic hostess than Sian Breslin. Wish I could have stayed longer than one night, I'm not sure what more you need for E60. Tremendous value.

    A total gem from start to finish

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    We have just returned after staying 2 nights in Donegal Manor. What a wonderful place, a must for those wishing to stay in Donegal Town (1 mile outside) an ideal base for touring S West Donegal.

    Sian and Michael went out of their way to ensure our stay was enjoyable, they couldn't do enough for us in fact going far and beyond the call of duty. Here I must also mention a special word of thanks to their son Sean, who entertained our son during our stay.

    The bedrooms were spotlessly clean and comfortable, the breakfasts hot and tasty, all made with fresh produce and you could tell!

    Sian and Michael have put great effort into Donegal Manor from start to finish our stay was a total treat, they deserve great praise for what they have produced (we have stayed in 4 & 5 star hotels not up to this standard)

    Anyone wishing to spend some time in this region of Donegal check this place out you won't find better, Oh, by the way ask Sian for some of her homemade Porter Cake, another delight.

    Excellent, simply excellent!

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    Best six days of my two week vacation. While all the accomadations I had in Ireland were good, without a doubt the accomodations at Donegal Manor are superior. Shan and Michael Breslin are gracious hosts. They have an outstanding facility, and the staff are great. If you are going to stay in northwest Ireland, and particularly if you are going to Donegal, the Donegal Manor should be the only B&B on you list.

    Great place to stay, highly recommended!!!

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    My girl friend and I stayed Donegal Manor for 2 nights before Christmas and we were pleasently suprised at the quality of the accommodation and the excelent hospiality we received. The rooms where lovely, really high quality with everthing you need, even broadband on tap! The delux room we stayed in was great it had a massive comfy King Size bed and loads of space.

    The accommodation is situated in a really nice setting, surrounded by rolling hills and running streams, just a few minutes walk from Donegal Town.

    I have stayed in a few Hotels and B&B's in the area before which where ok but I can't fault Donegal Manor at all, a perfect place to stay and excelllent value for money.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Donegal Manor

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Donegal

    “A lonely impulse of delight”

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... choice. Just a heads up people.

    We ended our journey for the day in Westport. I had a tasty baked seafood stew (picture included). That, and the venison pie, have been my favorites so far. Can you tell that most of my thoughts revolve around food? If you didn't know that about me by now, honestly, shame on you. I am now sipping on a Bailey's Irish Whiskey, blogging, and writing post cards. G'night.
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    Counties Sligo, Mayo, Clare and Galway

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 25, 2014

    1 comment, 151 photos

    ... which was horrendous. When we got there it wasn't what we needed so carried on to another one 10km away in Oranmore after giving up on the tourist office lady's directions to a Tesco's. We did find one in Oranmore however. The station with LPG was out of it which was most annoying. We headed south round the coast to Flaggy Shore, a very quiet little beach.
    The next morning was calm and clear-most unusual. We got the bikes out and went for a ride around the peninsular ...

    Donegal

    A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Aug 21, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Stack and Derryveagh mountain ranges to Glenveigh National Park where we rented bikes and cycled a 20km round trip through the park to the castle and waterfall. The castle is only a young one by Irish standards, built by John Adair around 1870 after evicting 244 tenant farmers in the cold winter of 1861, most of the farmers are said to have then emigrated to Australia.


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    Wedding Day����

    A travel blog entry by corrsh on Aug 08, 2014

    4 photos

    Gorgeous day in the lovely Colly outside Guibh Donhair! Lovely chapel and scenery along the way! Champagne, suits, dresses, photos, scenery, dinner, stuffed, drink, Irish dancing, jiving, residents bar, getting the shift, mates, great buzz ...

    Donegal

    A travel blog entry by peeteeandjoe on Aug 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... was on the corner of the building and had so many features that it was more than a 5 star hotel.

    County Donegal is in Northern Ireland, like Belfast and Coleraine you use British Pounds. Switching back and forth from pounds to euros was interesting. Just a few miles from being back in the Republic of Ireland the shops didn't want ...