The Great Northern Hotel
The Great Northern Hotel is a well-known landmark in the seaside town of Bundoran, Donegal. Located on an elevated position overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this grand hotel offers spectacular views of the rugged coastline and sandy beaches.
The hotel offers a range of dining options to suit every taste, including the elegant Hill Top Restaurant, which serves traditional Irish cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients. Guests can also enjoy a drink or a light meal in the welcoming surroundings of The Atlantic Bar & Grill.
The Great Northern Hotel features a range of meeting rooms and banquet facilities, as well as a leisure centre with an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and gym. The Hotel also has its own 18-hole golf course. With its stunning location, comfortable accommodations, and range of amenities, The Great Northern Hotel is an excellent choice for visitors to Bundoran and the surrounding area.
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Things to see and do near the Hotel:-
- Rougey Walk
- Castle Adventure
- Bundoran Golf Club
- Fairy Bridges & Wishing Chair
- Waterworld Bundoran
- Bundoran Adventure Park
- Bundoran Surf Co
- Surfworld Bundoran
- Donegal Equestrian Centre
- Murfs Surf School
Alternative Accommodation near here:-
- The Sandhouse Hotel, Rossnowlagh
- The Holyrood Hotel – Leisure Centre & Spa, Bundoran
- The Allingham Arms Hotel, Bundoran
- Harvey’s Point Hotel
- Mill Park Hotel
- The Abbey Hotel
- Lough Eske Castle Hotel & Spa
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Heated Indoor Swimming Pool
Facilities for disabled guests
Sauna,Steam Room, Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
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