Horseriding, golf, walking, cycling and pitch and putt can all be enjoyed locally.
The magnificent ancient stone fort is located at the top of the hill and was built in 1700 BC. It is approximately 2 kms from the hotel and is featured in all of the guide books for North Donegal.
Inch Lake is located just 1 km from the hotel and is widely regarded as one of the top ten bird migration centers in Ireland.
Letterkenny, the chief town and ecclesiastical capital of County Donegal, overlooks Lough Swilly where the River Swilly drains into the lough. The Letterkenny Folk Festival brings together many European folk-dance teams every August.
Donegal County Museum, High Road in Letterkenny.
The Museum houses both temporary and permanent exhibitions which chart the history of Donegal from Stone Age to the Twentieth Century
Derry is the province's second largest city. The city stands on a hill on the Foyle estuary and, for most of its history, has been an important seaport.
Scenic Drives in Donegal
The Wild Atlantic Way.
Yeats Country and Benbulben.
Crownarad and Mulnanaff Mountains.
An Grianan Fort & Inch Wildfowl Reserve
Two spectacular attractions just five minutes from the Hotel. The Historical An Grianan Fort is resting on the Hill behind the Hotel and is without a doubt a must see for all visitors. This is where our Hotel gains its name and inspiration. Hence our round function suite etc. You can also see over five different counties from the top of the Fort. A truly impressive site.
Inch Wildfowl Reserve is in an area of the largest Organic Farm in Ireland. It is a man made freshwater lake that is just full of stunning scenery and an array of wildlife. From otters to Kinfishers to Wild Geese and black Swans. Wildlife experts have said, the views and species at the Reserve in Winter time are as good as any you will see in Greenland or the like.