Slieve Donard Resort & Spa
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The magnificent Slieve Donard Resort and Spa is nestled in the heart of County Down.
Nestling at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne, the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa stands in 6 acres of immaculate private grounds.
The hotel has been providing the best of Irish hospitality for over 100 years. A golden strand of beach borders one side while the mighty Royal County Down Golf Links frames the other. This lovingly maintained Victorian hotel is now home to one of Europe’s finest resort Spas and is equally suited to a short break, residential conference or even grander events.
The hotel boasts 180 luxurious bedrooms, including Executive and Resort rooms and six magnificent Suites, many of which have stunning panoramic views over the Mountains of Mourne and County Down Coastline. All bedrooms are finished in tasteful, traditional styles with every modern comfort, including our famous King Koil 'cloud beds'. Add this to the Spa facilities and proximity to one of the world’s finest golf courses and you have a holiday destination capable of proudly taking the stage with the world’s best resorts.
Just 30 miles south of Belfast and 90 miles north of Dublin, the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa is the perfect choice for touring and sightseeing, and there is a range of must-visit local attractions all within close proximity. The Mountains of Mourne are on our doorstep and offer fantastic walking and climbing experiences. Tollymore Forest Park is just a few minutes drive away and is simply breathtaking. Silent Valley, Castlewellan Country Park, Murlough Bay Nature Reserve are all nearby. Less than ten miles away lie the delights of Downpatrick, home to St Patrick’s Visitor Centre and Grave, (a world Christian Heritage Site) and countless opportunities for horse riding, fishing, sailing, mountaineering and windsurfing.
Located in the grounds of the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa the Percy French Inn is one of Newcastle’s finest bars and restaurants named after writer, artist and entertainer, Percy French, composer of the famous song "The Mountains of Mourne".