The Allingham Arms Hotel, which is named after local 19th-century poet William Alligham, sits on the coast of Bundoran, County Donegal. Upon arriving, guests will be greeted by the friendly and helpful staff before settling into their comfortable rooms. All 132 bedrooms are ensuite with direct dial telephone, TV, hairdryer, and tea and coffee-making facilities as standard.
During their stay, guests will find two onsite dining options. The Quay West is a stylish cafe bar that invites people to unwind with a coffee by day or drink by night. The locale also serves a daily bar lunch and snack menu. For a more lively drink, there’s the Coolmore Bar, which hosts traditional Irish and country entertainers throughout the summer season.
Bundoran is a lively seaside town with many things to do. It is a popular place for surfing and boasts three excellent surf schools that offer lessons and hire equipment. Other local activities include golfing, horse riding, angling and walking. The area is also home to a number of historic and natural attractions, such as Glenveagh National Park, Marble Arch Caves, Donegal Castle and the Slieve League.