The Station House Hotel is located in the town centre of Letterkenny, the urban hub of the northwest, and capital of County Donegal. The hotel is decorated in contemporary boutique style, combined with a personality and energy that are evident from the moment you arrive. The hotel’s concept is simple: consistent & reliable excellence, coupled with a warm welcome and relaxing ambience. Boasting 81 spacious guestrooms, the hotel boasts complimentary high-speed internet access, and free on-site car parking. Conveniently located within walking distance from the high street shopping area, multi screen cinema, theatre and all the culture and nightlife which makes Letterkenny such a busy hub
With a vibrant, fresh and dynamic approach to the décor in all guest bedrooms, the Station House Hotel is appealing to both business and leisure guests. Incorporating rich shades and textures with low lighting, to ensure our guests experience a comfortable and memorable stay! Bright, spacious corridors ensure a smooth transition from your check in at reception to your bedroom and thus providing you with a home from home feeling…
All Guestrooms Feature:
The Depot Café Bar:
The Depot offers casual dining excellence in a contemporary, yet relaxed ambience. A wonderfully inviting space, featuring relaxing sofas and comfortable bar chairs, together with bistro style tables for casual or formal dining. With live entertainment at the weekends and sports coverage on plasma screens, “The Depot” has it all! The perfect excuse for a pause, offering sumptuous casual dining or a formal meal with friends. There are various menus to choose from, including Early Bird, A La Carte and Set Dinner, ensuring that The Depot is popular with both resident guests and locals alike.
On the Map: Letterkenny is located in County Donegal, in the northwest corner of Ireland. The town is reached via the N15/N13 from Donegal town to the south, and via the N13 from the large city of Derry (only 35km to the east).
Letterkenny, County Donegal’s largest town, makes an ideal base for touring both the Inishowen Peninsula and Londonderry. Arriving from the direction of Donegal Town, Lifford or Derry, first impressions are good. You pass a replica of the Dry Arch, which used to carry trains, with a sculpture of railway workers by Maurice Harron. The town lives up to your expectations. It’s welcoming and attractive, and you will sense an appreciation of the arts and heritage. People here seem relaxed and contented, quick to smile and exchange greetings, their accent soft and reminiscent of Derry not far away. The streets are full of character, with lots of interesting shops and pubs – some of them little changed for decades or more.