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Slieve Donard Resort and Spa

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  • Beach
This stunning property is wonderfully situated in Newcastle in County Down in Northern Ireland, just 48 kilometres south from Belfast. From the hotel, visitors will enjoy amazing views to Mourne mountains and to an impressive nearby golf course. Moreover, the hotel sits on the Irish sea coast on the Newcastle Bay and is surrounded by green, private grounds that give a special touch to this choice of accommodation. Guests will appreciate the stylish and beautifully furnished guest rooms with modern amenities and tastefully designed furniture. Some of them are more spacious and have breath-taking sea views, to Mourne mountains or the golf course. Guests can pamper themselves at the fantastic on-site spa centre with massages and treatments services. They may also truly appreciate the exquisite dining facilities and the conference and banqueting rooms. Click info tab for more.

Hotel Facilities

  • Garden
  • Mobile phone coverage
  • Wired Internet
  • Room service
  • Laundry service
  • 24-hour reception
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Hotel safe
  • Gym
  • Buffet lunch
  • Cloakroom
  • À la carte lunch
  • Lift access
  • Buffet dinner
  • À la carte dinner
  • NO Large pets allowed (over 5 kg)
  • NO Small pets allowed (under 5 kg)
  • NO Garage
  • NO Car park
  • NO Wheelchair-accessible

Room Facilities

  • Bathroom
  • Internet access
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Carpeted floors
  • Central heating
  • Shower
  • Living room
  • Bathtub
  • Hairdryer
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Radio
  • YES Disability-friendly bathroom
  • YES Wheelchair-accessible

(*) Some services shall be paid at the establishment

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  • Royal County Down Golf Club

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