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Hotels in Ardara

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Looking for a hotel in Ardara? Well, we've got 107. And best of all, the hotels here rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location.

Plenty of attractions wait to be discovered along the streets of Ardara. Among the most popular are Belfast Exposed Photography, Titanic Belfast, Belvoir Park Forest, T13 and Crumlin Road Gaol—all of which are worth the trip.


Hotels in Ardara

Looking for a hotel in Ardara? Well, we've got 107. And best of all, the hotels here rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location.

Plenty of attractions wait to be discovered along the streets of Ardara. Among the most popular are Belfast Exposed Photography, Titanic Belfast, Belvoir Park Forest, T13 and Crumlin Road Gaol—all of which are worth the trip.


Where to eat in Ardara

You have to eat while in Ardara, so why not enjoy it? Grab a snack or order up some serious grub at Belfast Exposed Photography, Titanic Belfast, Belvoir Park Forest and T13.


Shopping in Ardara

Avoca and Avoca sell fashions from classics to the latest trends. Victoria Square Shopping Centre is a local Ardara destination for picking up goods and gifts of all kinds.

Whether you're shopping for a new pair of earrings or a special gift, The Steensons is a good bet for a little pick-me-up.

Head to The Carphone Warehouse to find the latest in tech, and discover a few knicknacks in Urban Outfitters that will remind you of Ardara when you get home.


Getting to Ardara

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Donegal Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.


Getting to Ardara

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Donegal Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.


Best times to visit Ardara

What do February, November and January have in common? They offer some great travel deals in Ardara. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 28% in February, 22% in November, and 15% in January, on average.


Arts and culture in Ardara

Some of Ardara's popular attractions are steeped in culture. Soak it in at Titanic Belfast and Crumlin Road Gaol or Belfast Exposed Photography while enjoying a quiet afternoon.

Entertainment and education abound at Eason and The Linen Hall Library, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.

Queen's University Belfast draws students and alums alike to its campus and its atmosphere of higher education.


Nightlife in Ardara

After dinner — or a long afternoon of shopping and sightseeing — head to local watering holes like Nancy's Bar, Kitchen Bar, and McHughs Bar and Restaurant for a drink and a taste of Ardara's nightlife.


What to do for fun in Ardara

Treat yourself or your family to a movie at Queen's Film Theatre and Movie House Cinemas, where all the action and romance plays out on the big screen, and where the popcorn smells pretty tempting.

Want to catch a game or concert while in Ardara? Head to The Oval — it'll likely offer some tasty edibles and souvenirs, too.

The trained professionals at Zen Beauty & Tanning can help you relax and work out any sore spots after long days spent sightseeing.


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Lough Eske Castle

Beautiful castle but Disappointed.

We stayed in one of the older rooms that had no AC, windows were jammed and they were in the process of upgrading their TV. It was pretty muggy in our room surprisingly considering it rains all the time in Ireland. Although the idea of staying in a castle is pretty cool, the price we paid was a little hefty for a room that didnt feel at all 5-star. We stayed at another castle just prior to going to this one and we felt like royals- from the decor to the rooms with high ceiling to the exceptional service at the drawing room to our spa experience. And that was a 4-star hotel. We expected more from this 5-star hotel but was left disappointed. We still recommend the castle because it is a very clean hotel and staff was super friendly but keep in mind you're paying a lot to stay in the castle but don't expect the rooms to be grandiose. Dinner at the bar tea room opened until 10 which was great but our waiter was not very attentive even though there were only 3 other couples there. I booked an appt for manicure at their spa as well and it wasn't too great of an experience. The staff was nice but the tea didnt have hot water and my manicurist didn't even soak my cuticles before cutting them. I've had many manicures done before and I'd hate to say it, but this was prob one of the worser ones. It doesn't bother me that it is an expensive hotel. But if I'm paying a lot for something, I expect exceptional service and Quality.

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2 years ago

5.0

Mill Park Hotel

Nice hotel close to town

This hotel is very nice, spacious well-appointed room, lovely common spaces, and a nice walk into town.

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2 years ago

5.0

Murvagh Links Manor

Beautiful B&B close to the beach

Beautiful home, easy to find with a quick walk to the beach, Joan makes you immediately feel at home and comfortable. Would highly recommend to travelers

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1 year ago

5.0

Heron's Cove

Quiet, comfortable stay with great hospitality

I really enjoyed my stay at Heron's Cove. Davie and Rosie are excellent innkeepers, who went out of their way to make sure I had everything I needed. The room was cozy and well-appointed. I definitely recommend Heron's Cove and would stay again if in the area.

A verified traveler

10 months ago