Situated on the doorstep of the Wild Atlantic Way, the Silver Tassie Hotel in County Donegal is the perfect place to stay while exploring the rugged coastlines and majestic views in Ireland's northwest.
The family-owned Silver Tassie Hotel & Spa is located on the Ramelton Road near Letterkenny and is ideally situated near several walking trails and scenic driving routes.
The four-star hotel has been owned by the Blaney family for two generations and is close to both the heritage town of Ramelton and the bustling shopping town of Letterkenny, with both towns offering a wide variety of Irish pubs and restaurants.
But what exactly does the Silver Tassie have to offer?
In one of the hotel's luxurious bedrooms. The Silver Tassie boasts 36 rooms, each boasting local photography taken along the Wild Atlantic Room.
The rooms are spacious and comfortable, providing plenty of room for a family vacation, while the comfortable beds will guarantee one of the best sleeps of your life.
At the hugely popular Tassie Restaurant and Bar, which is as popular with locals as it is with visiting tourists.
With open fires and friendly service helping to create an incredibly comfortable atmosphere, the Tassie Restaurant & Bar offers a delightful selection of meals.
The restaurant also offers a carvery lunch menu in the afternoon between Monday and Friday and additionally offers a Sunday lunch menu.
At the Silver Tassie's calming Seascape Spa, which offers a wide array of soothing treatments.
From seaweed baths to full body massages and pamper packages, the Seascape Spa offers a relaxing way to spend an afternoon.
Donegal and the Wild Atlantic Way.
Located on the Fannad Peninsula, the Silver Tassie is ideally situated to host all sorts of vacations, be they family holidays or hiking trips.
The hotel is a relatively short drive from Fannad Lighthouse, while the majestic Knockalla is also a half-hour's drive away.
The hotel is additionally situated close to the spectacular beaches at Portsalon and Ballymastocker Bay, acting as the perfect base for an outdoor vacation along the Wild Atlantic Way.
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