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Mulroy Woods Hotels

  • children welcome
  • credit card accepted
  • disabled facilities
  • internet access
  • parking available
  • tv in bedroom
  • wine licence

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Mulroy Woods Hotels
Patricia Kelly
Loughnakey, Milford,

Telephone: +353 (0)74 915-3313

Stunningly set, in the heart of Donegal’s beautiful scenic countryside, and on the main route of the Wild Atlantic Way, is the lovely Mulroy Woods Hotel close to the villag...

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Located on the left just before entering the village of Milford on the R245.

Good to know

All Year
Number of Rooms:
From €200
Double/Twin Room:
From €99
From €85
Yes - Harper's Restaurant
Credit Cards:
Swimming Pool:

About The Hotel

Stunningly set, in the heart of Donegal’s beautiful scenic countryside, and on the main route of the Wild Atlantic Way, is the lovely Mulroy Woods Hotel close to the village of Milford.

Family owned and managed, the Mulroy Woods is the ideal hub for exploring the best that the west has to offer, whether you’re going on a family trip, a couples getaway or a ramblers retreat. From the moment you step through their doorway you’ll know you’ve made a great pick, cosy but stylish throughout, this place has everything you could ask for in a modern country hotel.

Amid their selection of 45 tastefully decorated en-suite guest rooms they have double, twin, triple and family rooms to accommodate all kinds of visitors be they leisure or business and all bedrooms here include flat screen TV’s, hairdryers, Ironing facilities, tea/coffee and complimentary WiFi. For a little extra luxury, and heaven knows you deserve it, book yourself a stay in one of their spacious and stylish superior rooms or, if you want to go a little further, try their executive suite and bask in the beauty of the best room in the house complete with big screen TV, chandelier and electric fireplace.

Once you’ve settled in, you might fancy a bite to eat, but be sure to stop by their ‘Wee Bar’ to wet your whistle first. Overflowing with Olde Irish charm and character, you could spend all day and night sat by the warm glow of the fire admiring the various ornamental bric-a-brac adorning the walls and ceiling, the perfect setting for a pint and a sing along or just to get a bit of peace while you watch the match.

Once you’ve worked up an appetite, head over to their Harper’s Restaurant and prepare yourself for an excellent meal prepared by Head Chef Lee Vambeck and his kitchen team who use only fresh, locally sourced produce to ensure their guests get the finest fare that Donegal has to offer. The restaurant itself continues the hotel’s theme of ‘modern classic’ with its hand cut stone walls, stove fire and old style wooden ceiling beams being offset by the lavish furnishings. For a more informal bite, their cosy lounge, offering an extensive bar food menu, from traditional favourites to pizza to curry, as well as regular live entertainment, is the perfect place to go.

Being right along the Wild Atlantic Way, Mulroy Woods is ideal for the active sorts with a whole host of activities to explore and adventures to be had. For the surfers and swimmers among you, who I’m sure will be dying to check out the Ireland’s famous Atlantic coastline, there are lots of local beaches nearby with the nearest being at Rathmullan just 15 minutes away by car. The golfer too will be kept happy with Portsalon Championship links golf course also just a short drive from the hotel, as too is the Glenveagh national park boasting 16,000 acres of wilderness to be explored. But whether its fishing, hiking, walking, cycling or just soaking up the majesty of the beautiful treks and trails or perhaps just the beautifully manicured gardens of the hotel, there’s just so much to see and do.

Simply put, the Mulroy Woods is the perfect choice for all kinds of getaways, whether it’s for business, romance or a trip with friends. It’s also become one of the best loved wedding destinations in the country, catering for large and small weddings alike in its luxury banqueting suites.

So, if your heading west, book your stay at the Mulroy Woods hotel, it’s not to be missed! 

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