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Between Donegal Town and the wilds of the Blue Stack Mountains, in Ireland’s very much underrated northwest, lies Lough Eske Castle. Now a luxury 5-star hotel, the only one in Co. Donegal, it was once the seat of the infamous O’Donnell Clan and boasts a tremendous amount of local and national history. It also has an idyllic lakeside setting, 43 acres of private gardens and woodland, top-rate spa facilities, a choice of quality restaurants and bars, extremely spacious rooms and suites, and a warm welcoming atmosphere throughout. THE ACCOMMODATION: You have four accommodation choices at Lough Eske, none of which could be described as standard or basic by any means. The cheapest of the four are the 40 m² courtyard rooms which lie in the former castle stables. As entry-level rooms they are very impressive, with lots of space, extremely comfortable beds and soft furnishings, old oak furniture pieces, deep pile rugs, large, very opulent-looking marble bathrooms, and 32-inch flat-screen TVs amongst other things. Then, in the castle itself are the 46 m² ‘Delux’ double and twin rooms. They broadly share the same features as the courtyard rooms but you are paying an extra premium for the added space and READ MORE