The laidback pace of Donegal makes it the perfect place for a relaxing festive break.
County Donegal is home to some of Irelands most breathtakingly lovely scenery and beautiful, unspoilt beaches. The laidback pace of Donegal makes it the perfect place for a relaxing festive break.
Kee's Hotel in Ballybofey is our base once again in 2018. All 53 en-suite bedrooms come with TV, hairdryer, tea/coffee-making facilities and free WiFi. The hotel boosts a swimming pool, gym, Jacuzzi and steam room. Entertainment is available most nights in the hotel.
We travel along the M1 and through Omagh to Ballybofey. There’s a welcoming glass of mulled wine and mince pies to greet us when we arrive and a log fire blazing in the hearth. Tonight’s
dinner is followed by music and Christmas carols in Harry’s Bar.
Hotel: Kee's Hotel, Ballybofey *** (3 nights D, B&B)
The morning is free (there are several churches within walking distance for a Christmas service) but otherwise it’s a busy day. Hot punch is served before a traditional Christmas lunch with all the trimmings, Santa calls in for a visit, there are prize competitions in the afternoon and this evening’s full buffet is followed by a quiz in Harry’s Bar.
St Stephen's Day
Relax in the hotel today or if you’re feeling more energetic, take the morning coach trip through the mountains to the coast (weather permitting). Homemade soup, sandwiches and tea/coffee will be served in the afternoon. This evening’s dinner is followed by live entertainment in the bar.
After a late breakfast, we return to Belfast via the Glenshane Pass.B
B=Breakfast Included , D=Dinner Included, L=Lunch Included
Single Room Supplement £60