Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Ballyshannon does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Dun Na Si Guesthouse, a nice option for travellers like you.
Dun Na Si Guesthouse is a romantic hotel offering a flat screen TV and a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Castle Adventure Open Farm (1.6 mi), located nearby, makes Dun Na Si Guesthouse a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Ballyshannon landmark.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Kate's Kitchen and Dolly's Cafe/Tearoom, all of which are a short distance from Dun Na Si Guesthouse.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular monuments and statues such as Rory Gallagher Statue and Erne Estuary Fishermen Memorial Monument.
Dun Na Si Guesthouse puts the best of Ballyshannon at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We were only able to stay one night at this beautiful guesthouse on the outskirts of Ballyshannon. We wished we could have stayed longer as Dun Na Si is a great place to stay in terms of location and facilities. It is an imposing building set in its own grounds with sea views and plenty of parking space. We were greeted at the front door by the very friendly host and were led into a large hallway which had a welcoming peat fire burning though it was July. The rooms are very clean and well furnished with very comfortable beds. Toiletries are supplied with plenty of good quality towels. The breakfast was amazing and freshly cooked. Cereals, porridge, fresh fruit and the home baked bread was delicious. Dun Na Si is well above the standard of some of the hotels we have stayed…
A really comfortable house with everything you would expect from a Bed and Breakfast. Our hosts went out of their way to help us and very kindly drove us to a place where we could have dinner nearby as we were too tired to do by bicycle.
With my husband I recentlly stayed at this Guest House . Located just outside Ballyshannon on the Bundoran road. Eventhough when we arrived it was the 15th. May, and was really cold with a strong north/western wind. On our arrival it was so lovely to see an open blazing turf fire in the reception area. We were even slow to leave the fire and put our luggage iin the bed room allocated. We were only in the room less than 5 minutes when John Hurst , the owner of the guesthouse , arrived up to our room witrh a pot of tea and lovely biscuits. What a lovely welcoming touch. The view from the bedroom window is better imagined than described , it was just so fantastic. The food each morning was even better.
We had a group of 13 that did an overnight stay in Ballyshannon in late September at Dun Na' Si Guesthouse. Wish we had more time. Lovely setting with fantastic hosts with the best breakfast you will find !!!! Did not experience the town, but this is a great place to stay if you will be exploring nearby, and less than a km outside of town.
We had a wonderful experience here. The place (house and surroundings) are beautiful, the house was clean and homey. The Owner, John, is a person full of histories and experiences, open to share with you and also show you the best places around if he have time. The breakfast ( i am not fun of the irish food at all) was amazing, first time that we enjoyed a good irish breakfast. With my wife we can only recommend this place.