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- Directions: From Donegal Town to Solis Lough Eske Castle, take the N15 at the Lifford/Letterkenny roundabout. Continue forward for 2.5 miles. Turn left for the Lough Eske Drive. Continue forward for one mile, crossing stone bridge over the River Eske. At the small church on the left is the Solis Lough Eske Castle sign. Turn right for the entrance to the hotel.
- Spa and Leisure Club Information: Spa Solís is your wonderful escape to a world of well deserved pampering by our skilled staff and unique natural restorative therapies using the luxurious Aromatherapy Associate product range. Situated in the garden of Solis Lough Eske Castle, the setting is refreshing and peaceful. Spa Solís features treatment rooms, a thermal suite and relaxation area, a fully equipped fitness centre and a spacious 12 metre indoor swimming pool. Spa Solís is open all year round, daily from 9am to 9pm and facilities include, jacuzzi/whirlpool, vitality pool, hydrotherapy pool, experience/rain shower, heated loungers, traditional sauna, traditional steam, laconium, sanarium and ice fountain.
Solis Lough Eske CastleDonegal Town Donegal - Ireland West
Solis Lough Eske Castle is a beautifully restored Gaelic castle, dating back to the 17th Century and which was restored to become Donegal’s first five star hotel and spa in 2007. It features ninety five guestrooms, including seventy nine deluxe rooms, eight solis junior suites, seven garden suites and a two bedroom presidential suite. This magnificent hotel is located within forty three acres of forest woodland hugging the shores of Lough Eske near the famous Bluestack Mountains and just five kilometres from Donegal Town. Amenities include Cedars Restaurant, Galley Bar, Oak Bar, Lobby Lounge, drawing rooms, 6,500 sq ft of conference space and Spa Solis. All guests have complimentary access and exclusive use of the fully equipped fitness centre and swimming pool.
ContactTelephone+353 (0)74 972 5100
Fax:+353 (0)74 92 3762
Address: Lough Eske, Donegal Town, Co Donegal, Republic Of Ireland