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Cheap Hotels in Letterkenny

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0.9 Miles from the centre
per night from £63
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Lower Main Street
0.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £64
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29 Upper Main Street
0.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £80
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)
Ramelton Road
3.3 Miles from the centre

Silver Tassie Hotel & Spa is an award-winning, family-owned 4-star hotel situated less than 10 minutes' drive from the Letterkenny town centre. The hotel offers live music every weekend, award-winning food and daily carvery lunch, 36 themed en-suite bedrooms, a fitness room and spa specialising in relaxing Donegal seaweed baths. The rooms at the Silver Tassie Hotel & Spa offer free WiFi. Guests can enjoy the hotel's complimentary DVD library, as all bedrooms are fitted with a TV\DVD player. For a special occasion, the suite offers a four poster bed, sitting area, dining area and Jacuzzi bath. The hotels award-winning carvery lunch is available daily. Traditional afternoon tea, with a gluten free option is available to enjoy daily in the oak beam conservatory. The Seascape Spa offers a range of individual or couples massages, body wraps and treatments. Silver Tassie's skilled therapists also specialise in pre and post maternity care and cancer care treatments. The relaxation cocoon, snooze room and aroma seam room are complimentary offerings for spa guests. Atomic Hair Salon is located on-site and ample car parking facilities are available for guests. Silver Tassie has an on-site restaurant, which offers an Irish\European menu and extensive wine list. The bar serves cocktails and lighter bites. The restaurant's award-winning carvery lunch is available daily and the restaurant's famous 'Tassie Steak' is also available. Traditional afternoon tea is also available in the conservatory and the all-new gluten-free afternoon tea is also available. Guests can explore Donegal's Wild Atlantic Way, including Fanad Lighthouse, Glenveagh National Park and several award-winning beaches from the property. There are several golf courses in the area, day trips and lots of activities for kids.

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per night from £96
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Paddy Harte Road
0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £110
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)

White Park B&B Hotel

1 Mile from the centre
per night from £69
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Glencairn House Hotel

27 reviews by TrustYou
Ramelton Road / R245,
1.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £71
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Ardlee Hotel

0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £82
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)

No50 Boutique Bed & Breakfast Hotel

No50 B&B, Ard O Donnell
per night from £116
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Oaklands Hotel

8 Oaklands Park,
0.6 Miles from the centre

Oakland's Bed & Breakfast is a spacious, family home situated in Letterkenny. At Oakland's Bed & Breakfast nothing has been overlooked by hosts, Martin and Majella Leonard, in an effort to ensure that guests’ every need is catered for in their tastefully appointed bedrooms and private guest lounge. There is an outdoor courtyard where guests can enjoy a drink to unwind. The now famous breakfasts are prepared to order each morning and offer many wonderful and healthy choices. Letterkenny's main street is a short stroll away (10-15 Minutes) or local Taxi costs €5.00. 

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per night from £163
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Hotels in Letterkenny

Set in the largest city in Ireland's County Donegal, Letterkenny Hotels offer access to stunning national parks, world-class shopping centres and the best nightlife in the area.


The area surrounding Letterkenny is renowned for its natural beauty; spanning beaches, lakes, forests and rugged mountains. Within easy driving distance of the city is Glenveagh National Park, covering 16,000 hectares that include the dramatic Derryveagh Mountains and the 19th century Glenveagh Castle. You could happily spend weeks hiking around the national park, travelling from vast lakes to the peatlands of Lough Bara bog.

Whether you're a keen angler or a first-time fisher, Donegal Angling Centre offers the best guidance on those looking to take advantage of the many rivers and lakes in the area – full of salmon and trout. For something a little less wild, Lurgybrack Farm is a great place to take the family, where kids can come face to face with a number of different animals before relaxing beside the river with a picnic.

The vast outdoor landscape surrounding Letterkenny make is an ideal place to play a round of golf. Letterkenny Golf Club offers one of Ireland's 18-hole courses, set in magnificent parkland.


To learn about the history of the area head to Country Donegal Museum, featuring an exceptional range of exhibitions containing a wealth of over 8,000 different artefacts. With objects ranging from the prehistoric to the present day, you could easy spend a few hours exploring the museum.

If you're travelling with family, Arena7 has an impressive amount of entertainment on offer, from laser quest and indoor play areas to bowling and karaoke bars. Tropical World @ Alcorns is another great destination if you have kids in tow, with 1,000 square metres to explore and an enormous variety of butterflies, reptiles, tortoises and birds to encounter. Dizzy Rascals has plenty of indoor play areas for kids to enjoy and Letterkenny Karting Centre is one of the longest Go Karting tracks in the whole of Ireland.


Letterkenny is an ideal destination if you're looking for a spot of retail therapy, with three main shopping centres: the Courtyard Shopping Centre, the Forte Shopping Centre and the Letterkenny Shopping Centre. If boutique shops and independent stores are more your thing, Main Street has a range of unique retailers to peruse.


When the sun sets Letterkenny's nightlife comes alive. Offering some of the best bars and clubs in County Donegal, the city is a mecca for local partygoers and lovers of live music. Voodoo Lounge is one of Ireland's leading music venues, while The Central Bar is a welcoming place to unwind with a pint of Guinness. If you're looking to dance late into the night, The Pulse Niteclub has multiple dance floors and Ink Nite Club attracts some of the biggest names in music.

Further afield

A short drive east and across the border into Northern Ireland will take you to Derry, the second largest city in Northern Ireland after Belfast. Travelling west into the countryside will put you within easy reach of a number of national parks and nature reserves, from Glenveagh National Park to Meenmore West Bog.

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