Located in Donegal and surrounded by stunning beaches and rolling hills is the Sandhouse Hotel and Marine Spa. This family-run hotel aims to relax and pamper you. Choose between the beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean or the bright greens of the Irish hillside as you book a Seaview or Hillview room. Neither view will disappoint as both add to the tranquil atmosphere of your stay.
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The hotel’s restaurants, The Glasshouse and The Seashell, provide a truly elegant dining experience. At The Glasshouse you can watch the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean as you enjoy your meal. The beautiful scenery outside and the incredible food on your plate is sure to make this an unforgettable dinner.
The Sandhouse Hotel is also known for their luxurious Marine Spa, which is designed to rejuvenate you, body and soul. The spa’s all-natural treatments are designed specifically for you by your personal Beauty Therapist, ensuring your comfort throughout.
The hotel is more than happy to assist in your daily activities as well. If you plan on cycling, surfing, golfing, or simply exploring Donegal, The Sandhouse Hotel can help arrange whatever you’re in the mood for. Rossnowlagh Beach is the perfect surfing spot, while the many side streets of Donegal make for great bike trails. The area is also known for its incredible golfing, and The Sandhouse Hotel can book you with the Donegal Golf Club, so you can experience these amazing courses for yourself. The Sandhouse Hotel and Marine Spa always aims to please, so you always know you’ll enjoy your stay, whether you’ve come for the sights or for the Irish culture.
Helpful Tips and Facts:
– To get your kids ready for the time difference when travelling to faraway places, start preparing them on the flight. Think about what time it is at your destination while you’re on the plane and sleep accordingly. When you arrive, make sure to spend lots of time in the daylight so their body can adjust naturally to a different time zone.
– Donegal was named the coolest place to visit by National Geographic Traveller in 2017!