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Overlooking Donegal Bay, Allingham Arms Hotel has been designed for the comfort of each guest. Coolmore Bar provides music nights during the summer season and weekends in winter. The Function Room hosts some of Irelands top country & western acts every weekend. The restaurant provides evening meals and an extensive a la carte menu.
All of our 132 bedrooms are en-suite and include the following facilites:
Bar & Restaurant:
The All New restaurant overlooking Donegal Bay, provides the perfect setting for any culinary occasion. Why not book that Sunday Lunch or Evening Meal and enjoy the beautiful views across the Bay.
The Quay West Cafe Bar - this new addition to the hotel invites you to relax and unwind with a coffee by day or a drink by night Quay West offers an extensive bar lunch & snack menu daily served 12.30 - 6pm. Our chefs cater for a wide variety of tastes. Local produce and fresh ingredients are combined to ensure your dining experience is an unforgettable one. Deck Bar - relaxed by day and lively by night, this friendly coffee bar is a deservedly popular meeting spot.
Coolmore Bar: call into the Coolmore Bar for a convivial drink with friends both old and new. Music nightly throughout the summer season, with local artists providing traditional Irish entertainment. Coolmore Bar provides music nights during the summer season and weekends in winter. The Function Room hosts some of Irelands top country & western acts every weekend. The restaurant provides evening meals and an extensive a la carte menu. Bar Food is provided daily:
Please note: Allingham Arms Hotel does not accept Stag or Hens Parties.
How to get there:
Take M1 motorway from Belfast to Ballygawley roundabout then through Omagh on to Belleek through Ballyshannon on to Bundoran From Dublin take the N4 to Navan, Cavan then on to Enniskillen, Belleek, Ballyshannon, then to Bundoran
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