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Stay for two in a courtyard or deluxe double room with full Irish breakfast, three-course dinner from the a la carte dinner menu in Cedars Restaurant on the first night, one €5 voucher per person to use towards afternoon tea at Lough Eske Castle
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Nestled amid 43 acres of lush woodlands and landscaped gardens filled with bronze sculptures and paths to the shimmering shores of the Lough Eske, the five-star Lough Eske Castle allures travellers with an imposing facade of a historic Irish castle and opulent boutique interiors.
Guests are invited to stay in spacious deluxe rooms which come complete with 32-inch flat-screen TVs, digital lock safes, Wi-Fi, and marble-tiled bathrooms.
Culinary options tempt with the flavours of locally sourced produce and international favourites at the restaurant boasting scenic views, while relaxing country atmosphere can be relished at the hotel’s bar offering an array of beverages.
Visitors can also take advantage of the on-site spa featuring treatments rooms, thermal suite, sauna, steam room and infinity pool, as well as a fitness centre equipped with cardio and resistance training.
The northernmost county in Ireland, County Donegal beckons with glistening lakes, high cliffs, craggy bays, and fjords. The second-largest natural park in the country, Glenveagh National Park offers walking and hiking opportunities for active types, and something to see for cultural aficionados in the form of the Glenveagh Castle. The towns of Donegal and Letterkenny are home to numerous restaurants and pubs alongside landmarks such as the Donegal County Museum, Donegal Castle and the Donegal Railway Heritage Centre.