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Rosapenna Hotel and Golf Resort

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Contact details

Address

Downings, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
Mr Andrew Mc Laughlin
T: +353 (0)74 9155301
F: +353 (0)74 9155128
E: reservations@rosapenna.ie

Rosapenna Hotel and Golf Resort is a historic property situated near Downings, County Donegal. The family-owned and operated resort boasts four-star accommodation, two fantastic golf links, a wonderful restaurant and much more.

Rosapenna Hotel and Golf Resort is a splendid property situated along the water’s edge near Downings, County Donegal. The four-star hotel, which dates back to 1893, is family owned and operated, and offers guests friendly service and wonderful accommodation. The hotel has a range of room types, including classic, family and deluxe rooms as well as suites for added space and luxury. All are furnished to a high standard and include TV, telephone, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, refrigerator, toiletries, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.

Rosapenna is one of the area’s finest golf resorts, with the Old Tom Morris Links and the newer Sandy Hills Links, both of which are open to visitors. There is also an on-site leisure centre with indoor heated pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, all for the exclusive use of hotel residents.

After a day of golf or touring the region, visitors can treat themselves to fantastic food and drink at the hotel’s Vardon Restaurant, named in honour of professional golfer Harry Vardon, who visited Rosapenna in 1906. The restaurant, which serves breakfast, dinner and Sunday lunch, specializes in local seafood, with freshly caught lobster, scallops and crab often on the menu. For a quick snack or round of drinks, people can also drop into the Old Tom Morris Bar, which is open daily and regularly features live music.

In the area around the resort, travellers will find many ways to pass the time. There is a range of adventure sports, surfing, angling and boating, as well as destinations for leisurely day trips, such as Glenveagh National Park, the Dunlewey Centre, Slieve League and Ards Forest Park.