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Lough Allen Hotel & Spa

Drumshanbo Ireland
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Lough Allen Hotel in County Leitrim in the northwest of Ireland is truly somewhere special! Situated on the shores of Lough Allen, only 14 km from the bustling town of Carrick on Shannon, it is just a short walk to the town of Drumshanbo. The hotel combines with the stunning Leitrim countryside to offer the ideal destination; be it for the romantic short-break where spa treatments, leisure centre and a sumptuous candlelight dinner are all components that make for an unforgettable short break. Or is it a family reunion that would like to include organised activities during the day rounded off with a lavish family meal in the evening. As a wedding venue or conference centre, Lough Allen Hotel has played its part in creating success after success. The central location of the hotel in Leitrim facilitates tours and visits to the surrounding unspoiled countryside, always being able to return to the warm welcome of committed staff members! The many lakes that comprise the stunning Leitrim countryside, shopping in Sligo or Enniskillen - the beaches of the Atlantic coast: any and all of these are just on our doorstep. So be assured whatever the reason for your visit, Lough Allen hotel & Spa at Lough Allen in Drumshanbo offers great value for money at any time of year and all our selling agents will offer you a package that suits your personal budget!
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Evening entertainment
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Hot bath
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast buffet
Kids club
Car hire
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Facial treatments
Full body massage
Currency exchange
Non-smoking hotel
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Private balcony
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Gaildorfblues wrote a review Feb 2020
County Donegal, Ireland5971 contributions854 helpful votes
Firstly, I’d like to mention that our stay was in March 2019 & so, my comments are only relevant to that time. An easy to find hotel with plenty of spaces in its big, free, outdoor car park. A nice smooth check in & with 2 room key cards in hand, it was up the lift to our 1st floor room. An ok sized room, clean but tired looking with need of a freshen up. With a laminate & carpet floor, wardrobe/closet, full length mirror, luggage rack, dresser, trouser press, tv, hairdryer, large mirror, tea/coffee & biscuits, double bed, single bed, coffee table, small armchair, bedside lockers, smoke alarm & plenty of electric sockets. Room temperature was nice with a double radiator controlled by a trv. A large window let in a lot of natural light & we had no issues with noise from inside or outside of the hotel. There was no iron or ironing board in the room but both were delivered to our room after requesting them from reception. Wi fi, unfortunately, was poor with no password needed to connect to it but it was sketchy & dropped a number of times & froze completely in the bar. Speed was slow, with download speed in the room ranging from 3.9 mbps to 4.3 mbps & upload speeds ranging from 1.4 mbps to 2.5 mbps. The bathroom was, size wise, fine. It was clean with tiled walls & floor, bath, shower curtain, fixed head shower with good pressure & plenty of hot water, body/hair wash & hand wash in dispensers, large mirror, plenty of towels, dual voltage shaving socket, wall vent & over bath clothes line. We went down to the bar in the late afternoon & were impressed with it. A nice, big area with comfortable seating & a stunning view of the lake. For the time of day, it was quite busy with people eating snacks & meals & it appeared to be a mixture of both guests & locals. We had intended on going out for meals but as we got comfortable & liked the look of the food being served up, we decided to eat there. Nothing fancy but decent sized portions of tasty food. I went for battered cod, chips, mushy peas & side salad which cost 14.50 Euros. My wife had chicken curry & rice which also cost 14.50 Euros, followed by apple crumble dessert which cost 5.50 Euros. Pints of Hop House 13 lager cost 5.10 Euros & pints of Coors light were 4.90 euros. Breakfast, served from 07.30 to 10.30, in Rushes Restaurant was good. We went down at 09.00 & there were plenty of tables available. Self service buffet style with cereals, toast, brown bread, ham slices, salami, cheeses, full fry, yoghurts, croissants, prunes, fruit cocktail, teas, coffee & apple, orange & cranberry juices. I must mention that all staff that we encountered were friendly, helpful & attentive. Check out was at 12.00 but we were told that, as it was midweek & not busy, there would be no problem in hanging on until 13.00, if we needed that extra bit of time. Some of the hotel facilities that we did not avail of…..kids playroom, a small kids playground, spa, swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, outdoor hot tub & gym/fitness room. I walked from the hotel to the gala convenience shop in the village centre. Walking there fairly briskly, it took me just 10 minutes whilst walking back very leisurely, took me 15 minutes. There are plenty of things to see nearby with The Arigna Mining Experience being at the top of that list for me.
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Date of stay: March 2019
AspenNorthernIreland wrote a review Nov 2019
Northern Ireland18 contributions12 helpful votes
We stayed at the end of October. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Our rooms were clean and comfortable. we had tea and scones on arrival and we thoroughly enjoyed them. We were a party of 4 adults and breakfast and evening meal was included in the price. Breakfast was good with a good choice. It was very busy and we did have to wait to get a table. There were a lot of families with children of all ages. We had an early dinner and it was booked both nights. Food was very good and well presented. We asked if we could take my mother's coffee out to reception and sit on the sofa there. It was brought out for us. Staff throughout the hotel are all very friendly and helpful. We were upgraded to the lake view rooms as they were unable to provide a room with a walk in shower for my mother who is 91. They go the extra mile for the guests. We had a lovely stay there and would stay there again.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Colin G wrote a review Oct 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
Stayed two nights. 2 Adults and 3 Children in linked rooms. Nice safe feel to the Hotel and area. Pool and leisure facilities were good. Plenty of variety on Breakfast menu. Ate in Hotel Bar and food was very good, Live music playing in the evening. Kids club available in the evening. All in all an excellent experience.
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Date of stay: October 2019
Sleep Quality
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Rosiejayne wrote a review Oct 2019
9 contributions11 helpful votes
Arrived for lunch with a friend on Friday afternoon. We were the only people in the restaurant. Before we left two others had arrived. Not a good sign and after I'd sampled the food, I understand why it was so empty. I ordered Seafood Chowder with gluten free bread. What arrived was a bowl of cream with lumps of black squares of fish in it along with extremely tough pieces of salmon. However this was not the problem. The soup was so pickled with salt that it was completely inedible. I had several spoonfuls and that was all. The bread was hard and stale, gluten free bread is never the freshest but you could have played tennis with what I'd been served! The waitress came to clear our plates and never uttered one single word about the fact that the bowl of soup was full. She quite simply just didn't care. The soup cost €8.50. I will never eat here again and am not at all surprised that the place was empty at lunchtime on Friday! Save your money, eat elsewhere!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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1wabbit007 wrote a review Oct 2019
Dublin, Ireland57 contributions51 helpful votes
Stayed in room 201 for 1 night b&b. Double bed and single bed with small tv and balcony overlooking car park. Radiator roasting left it off for duration. Good size bathroom and plenty of towels. Pool towels were also in room, though found slightly small. Checkin smooth. Pool, steam room and sauna pleasant and clean. Outdoor jacuzzi had stunning view overlooking lough, I found it slightly chilly but it is October. Bar staff extremely pleasant, just ordered sandwiches but arrived with appealing looking salad and crisps. Breakfast was tasty though slightly cold, saw girl leaving out fresh bacon and little potatoes so figured would be hot but were barely warm when I consumed some, perhaps there was a problem with heaters? (Again breakfast staff pleasant). Breakfast room was quite dark, I like to see what I’m eating. Lovely lady on checkout. We hope to stay again as it’s very close to cuilcagh mountain boardwalk. Didn’t see much of Drumshanbo apart from driving through it to locate hotel, overall a lovely quiet overnite.
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Date of stay: October 2019
Room Tip: 201 was in good location to hotel but Perfectly quiet and no lift noise.
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USD 98 - USD 211 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lough Allen Hotel & Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Lough Allen Hotel & Spa?
Nearby attractions include Arigna Mining Experience (5.4 km), Costello Memorial Chapel (7.3 km), and The Miners Bar (4.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Lough Allen Hotel & Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Lough Allen Hotel & Spa?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Lough Allen Hotel & Spa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lough Allen Hotel & Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Lena's Tea Room, Himalayan, and Jinnys Bakery.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Lough Allen Hotel & Spa?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Is Lough Allen Hotel & Spa located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.9 km away from the centre of Drumshanbo.
Are any cleaning services offered at Lough Allen Hotel & Spa?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Lough Allen Hotel & Spa offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Lough Allen Hotel & Spa?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Corracloona Megalithic Tomb (6.5 km) and Rindoon (0.7 km).
Does Lough Allen Hotel & Spa have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.