Inishowen Gateway Hotel
AddressRailway Road BuncranaSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Barber/beauty shop
- Children's playground
- Games room
- Bicycle rental
- Ticket service
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
Situated in picturesque Buncrana, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel offers a luxury spa, a 20-metre pool, and a modern Irish restaurant. With colourful bedrooms, the hotel has wonderful views of Lough Swilly and guests can go golfing for free at Buncrana Golf Course right next to the hotel.
The spacious rooms are sumptuously decorated with rich fabrics and ornamental cushions, and all feature a work desk, tea and coffee facilities and a modern en suite bathroom. Room service is also available, and most rooms have scenic lake views.
The Loughview Bar serves a light lunch and traditional evening menu, and the Peninsula Restaurant serves creative cuisine using local produce in more formal surroundings. The grand Lisfannon Banqueting Suite offers a popular Sunday cavery.
The Seagrass Wellbeing Spa features a sauna, indoor swimming pool and wellness centre, with an extensive range of indulgent beauty treatments available. The Inishowen Gateway offers free private parking and free Wi-Fi, and overlooks the Buncrana golf club.
Just 15 minutes’ from Derry, Inishowen Gateway Hotel is also only 30 minutes from Letterkenny. Glenveagh National park can be reached in an hour, and there are a number of golf clubs within 15 minutes’ drive, including The North West Golf Club and Greencastle Golf Club.
Guests are kindly asked to book at reception to go golfing.
Interesting places nearby
Ned's Point Fort
Walking 500m further from the keep (turn left and stick to the shoreline) brings you to Ned's Point Fort (1812), built by the British...
At the side of the keep is the manorlike Buncrana Castle, built in 1718 by John Vaughan, who also constructed the bridge. Wolfe Tone was...
At the northern end of the seafront, the early 18th-century, six-arched Castle Bridge leads to this tower house built by the O'Dohertys,...
Dating from 1792, this mustard-and-black-painted watering hole is Buncrana's oldest and most atmospheric pub.
With picture windows overlooking the lough, this aptly named cafe-restaurant projects an elegant simplicity. Although the menu is...