Lake of Shadows Hotel
AddressGrianan Park BuncranaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A fine rose-coloured Victorian facade brings to mind past generations coming to ‘take the sea air’ at this 23-room hotel. Alas, while rooms are attractive, some have an unfortunate rising damp problem. The location is lovely, though, and staff helpful. Meals are available, with mains from €11 to €24. From Main St, head down Church St towards the bay.
Our independent authors have visited Lake of Shadows Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Buncrana.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Children's playground
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Buncrana town centre, The Lake of Shadows Hotel offers free access to a local gym and free parking. Just 5 minutes’ walk from the beach of Lough Swilly, guests can enjoy full Irish breakfasts.
The warmly furnished rooms at The Lake of Shadows all include an en suite bathroom, as well as a flat-screen TV/DVD player and tea/coffee-making facilities.
Breakfasts are cooked to order each day, and the Lake’s restaurant serves hearty food made with local, seasonal produce and daily specials. Lunch is also served in the bar.
Buncrana’s centre is less than 10 minutes’ walk away, while Buncrana Golf Club is only 5 minutes away by car.
Interesting places nearby
Ned's Point Fort
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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,...
A central hub for locals and visitors, this old-world pub is a friendly spot and has live traditional music every Wednesday night.
With picture windows overlooking the lough, this aptly named cafe-restaurant projects an elegant simplicity. Although the menu is...