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Derry Road, Letterkenny, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
Mr Michael Naughton
The three-star Clanree Hotel provides a comfortable base for exploring County Donegal and is conveniently located less than 2km from Letterkenny Town Centre. The hotel features classically styled rooms, restaurant, bar, and leisure club.
Situated just 2km from the heart of Letterkenny Town, the Clanree Hotel is a three-star property with a range of facilities and comfortable accommodation. The hotel offers 120 guest rooms available in double, twin, triple, family and executive suite configurations. Each room is classically styled and finished with TV, safety deposit box, trouser press, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.
During a stay at the Clanree Hotel, travellers can treat themselves to award-winning cuisine at the Aileach Restaurant, which is recognized for its excellent food and warm, relaxing environment. The restaurant has a traditional carvery lunch, and early bird and à la carte menus for dinner. For snacks throughout the day there’s the more casual Oscars Bar, a firm favourite with locals and hotel guests alike. In addition to food, the bar serves an excellent choice of draught and bottled beers, an extensive wine list, evening cocktails and Irish whiskeys.
Hotel guests can make use of the Clanree’s swimming pool and leisure centre, which has a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and fully equipped gymnasium. Meanwhile, the Fuchsia Beauty Salon is a great place for some pampering.
The Clanree also specializes in providing warm hospitality and professional service for special events. It has a dedicated conference and banqueting coordinator who helps clients organize events with two to 1,000 people. There are two large function rooms and three syndicate meeting rooms with a variety of packages and options that can be tailored to unique events.
In and around Letterkenny, travellers will find a host of things to see and do. Major highlights of the region include Glenveagh National Park, the Slieve League, Ionad Cois Locha Visitor Centre and Donegal County Museum.