- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, property conditions & facilities, room comfort
- Ardnamona Gardens
- 9 min drive
- Donegal Castle
- 10 min drive
- Donegal Bay Waterbus
- 10 min drive
- Donegal (CFN)
- 75 min drive
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About this area
Located in Donegal, Lough Eske Castle is in a rural location and on a lake. O'Donnel's Castle and Abbey Assaroe are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Donegal Castle and Donegal Bay Waterbus.
- Ardnamona Gardens - 9 min drive
- Donegal Castle - 10 min drive
- Donegal Bay Waterbus - 10 min drive
- Rossnowlagh Beach - 27 min drive
- Lough Derg - 54 min drive
- Dublin (DUB) - 166 min drive
- Where to eat
- Cedars Restaurant – Restaurant offering international cuisine. Serves breakfast and dinner daily. Reservations required. Kids' menu available.
- Gallery Bar – Bistro with a bar offering international cuisine. Serves lunch and dinner daily. Kids' menu available.
- Father Browne Bar – Bistro with a bar offering Irish cuisine. Serves dinner daily.
About this property
Lough Eske Castle
Food and drink
- Liked: Cleanliness, property conditions & facilities
Whilst beautiful hotel in stunning location I was disappointed in a few things Prices are way too high in main restaurant We had gone to Cedars Restaurant at 18.35 pm inadvertently thinking that the Early Bird menu ( 3 courses for 29 euro) operated there When we queried the menu we were told that the Early Bird Menu only operated in Gallery Restuarant The female serving our table did not give us the option of leaving or even re- directing us to the Gallery Restaurant. When we looked at starters I could see no soup on menu and was told this was not available We both ordered rabbit - which to me was inedible and after one small mouthful I knew I could not eat it The main course was a very small portion of cod with very few potatoes When the bill came I was horrified to be charged an extortionate 100 euro including being charged full price for a starter which I could not eat . The charge of 12 euro for 2 bottles of water was daylight robbery Perhaps wealthy clientele can afford to splash out with little thought but for those of us on low incomes the prices being charged at Lough Eske are way too high. €300 for a two night stay should include breakfast To have to pay an additional 30 euro on top of this for two breakfasts is simply mean. Unfortunately it is unlikely I will return to Lough Eske Castle - as it is simply not affordable ( as reflected in extortionate prices for meals and Spa treatments) for those of us in the lower income bracket DMcC