You are made to feel right at home in this traditional family-run hotel near Bunbeg Harbour, the drop-off point for ferries to the Tory, Gola and Aran Islands.
Bunbeg lies on Donegal's West Coast in the heart of the Irish-speaking Gaeltacht. Our hotel is only minutes from the golf course, the beach and the main street. The surroundings are bright and airy, with a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Numerous dishes are on offer from our à la carte menu in the Gola Bistro. It is fully licensed and offers an exceptional wine list. We are ideally situated for visitors who want to climb, enjoy traditional music, and dine out in Gweedore or further afield. You can also visit the local Donegal attractions, explore the Donegal hills and mountains, visit the islands or just revel in the comfort and atmosphere of a Donegal hotel.
Guests are made to feel right at home in this traditional, family-run hotel in Donegal. All rooms have an en suite bathroom. Staff will be pleased to help with any special requirements and cots are available on request.
Food and Beverage
Numerous dishes are on offer from the à la carte menu in the Gola Bistro, which is open from 18:30 to 21:30. The bistro is fully licensed and offers an exceptional wine list. The surroundings are bright and airy, with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Bookings can be made.
Dine in Hughie Tim's bar, which serves food all day. All dishes are prepared using the finest and freshest of Irish ingredients, and where possible, local produce from Donegal.
Ferries operate from Belfast and Dublin to the UK on a daily basis. There are connections from Dublin and Belfast to England, Isle of Man and Scotland. Bunbeg Harbour is the dropping-off point for ferries to Tory, Gola and the Aran Islands.
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Gweedore is a popular destination for visitors during the summer months and is renowned for its great pubs, traditional music and ceilí dancing. The area is well-known for its famous musicians such as Enya, Moya Brennan and Altan to name but a few.
The Donegal Gaeltacht offers magnificent golf with beautiful and unspoiled scenery. The nineteenth holes are always warm and friendly places with plenty of ‘craic’.
For fishing, the area has dozens of freshwater lakes and rivers brimming with trout and salmon. Mile after mile of clear coastal waters teem with mackerel, bass and sea trout.