Dillon’s Hotel

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Dillon’s Hotel

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Spotlessly clean and very cosy, this hotel has fantastic facilities. Nestled in the heart of Letterkenny, and known around the world as ‘The Cathedral Town’, this a perfect destination for a romantic getaway. The staff are friendly and very welcoming. They go the extra mile to provide the best of services to all guests. All rooms are spacious and have impeccable amenities. Forgotten your hair dryer? Or you need to iron your shirt? You will find everything you need in your room. The lobby is very stylish and has a fabulous coffee bar which visitors adore. Feeling hungry? Dining at Dillons Grill is always a pleasure. With something to suit all tastes, the menu is excellent. It is also an excellent venue to host conferences. This all-round fabulous hotel always has really good special offers too! So keep your eyes open and get ready for a memorable stay in an idyllic location.

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Contact Us

Cathedral Quarter , Main Street,
Letterkenny, Co. Donegal , Ireland

+353 (0) 74 9122977






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