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Embark on a journey of discovery at the Arnold Family Hotel, Dunfanaghy overlooking Sheephaven Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way. Explore the hidden gems of the local area steeped in History, Heritage, Culture and Music. Established in 1922 the Arnold Family hotel is renowned for excellence in food and hospitality using locally sourced produce. Indulge the senses and your passion for good food and wine in local Cafes and restaurants. Visit the local historic sites, explore miles of scenic walks, hidden coves and sandy beaches off the beaten track. Go Horse Riding, Golfing, Surfing and Fishing. Cycle the highways and byways, go island hopping to Tory and Arranmore. Visit the local Art Galleries, The Famine Heritage Centre and the Village Craft Shops. Donegal is simply paradise Local Attractions: Killahoey Beach, Horn Head Discovery Point 9 Mile scenic Drive and Walk overlooking Tory Island, the Errigal to Muckish Mountain Ranges. Glenveagh National Park, The Glebe Gallery, The Ards Peninsula, Ards Forest Park, Bloodyforeland, The Atlantic Drive.
All reviews sea view a family run hotel fly bar friendly hotel sheephaven bay bar food spent a week fish pie kippers old world charm open fire live music horse riding lovely meal checking out weekend break enjoyable stay
We just spent 2 nights at Arnold’s hotel. What a good decision. We hadn’t booked in advance but that was not a problem. Very efficient check in and receptionist was very welcoming. Our rooms were a bit dated but comfortable and spotlessly clean. Nice comfy...More
What a great hotel; lovely people, great food, comfortable accommodation. I’m ‘awkward squad’ and these people are utterly charming, nothing is too much trouble. Just great - the reason I joined Trip Advisor was to pass on this review.
Stayed here for two nights and everything was brilliant from start to finish. Lovely breakfast and evening menu. Cosy bar to sit and enjoy music at night. The staff were all friendly and welcoming. Can't wait to go back !
So cozy and warm. First thing were the open fires in the lobby and the bar area to dry you out. Reception and bartender were very friendly and welcoming. We had dinner here which was good and stayed one night. Room was old-style right down...More
Disappointing stay , although we had a late booking we found the room allocated to be in need of updating , we dined in the restaurant and found the Sunday carvery to be average , breakfast again was disappointing with a poor selection for people...More
in short, yes. It is tidal, but within a mile or so is a place called Marblehill, which has an outstanding beach. you will be spoiled for choice. Remember that it is the Atlantic, therefore cold at the best of times to swim... More
in short, yes. It is tidal, but within a mile or so is a place called Marblehill, which has an outstanding beach. you will be spoiled for choice. Remember that it is the Atlantic, therefore cold at the best of times to swim in.