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Hotels in Rathmullen, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland


Fort Royal Hotel

Rathmullen
Rathmullen
County Donegal
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The town of Rathmullan is steeped in Irish history, it was here that the Montgomery Family laid the original foundations for what is now the Fort Royal Hotel.

The Hotel has belonged to the same family since it opened in 1948, but even though the decor has changed over the years, the hospitality shown to all our guests has not.

Fort Royal is also renowned for its award winning cuisine (2 AA rosettes for food), friendly regular staff, comfortable bedrooms and lounges, and a very special home-from-home atmosphere. It is the perfect place to escape to for peace and tranquility, or as a base to explore the fascinating county of Donegal.

A lot of our guests come to Fort Royal to do nothing at all, reading a good book by the fire in the lounge, or a gentle stroll on the beach are about as active as they get. For the more energetic however, there are the private 9 hole pitch and putt course and the hard tennis court both overlooking the beach.

Fort Royal Hotel, Rathmullen

Accommodation
Rooms: 15
Ensuite Rooms: 15

Facilities
Room Service, Tea Coffee making, Direct Dial Telephone, Television, Internet Access, Parking.

Restaurant
The hotel has a very good reputation for its fine cuisine, with the table d'hote dinner menu changing daily, depending on what raw ingredients are available and in season.

Leisure facilities
Golf, Fishing, Riding, Historic Houses, Museums, nearby

Additional Services
There are three self-catering cottages for letting at the hotel. They are converted buildings from the stable and barns of the original house, and are situated at the rear of the hotel.

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