Welcome to The Nesbitt Arms Hotel Ardara...

We here at the Nesbitt Arms Hotel would like to congratulate our friend and staff member Tamara Payne on becoming this years Ulster Rose for the Rose of Tralee.


Now in partnership with the Donegal School of Traditional Irish Music 

Have you ever wanted to learn Traditional Irish Music? Have you ever wanted to holiday in Ireland? Now you can do both! At The Donegal School of Traditional Irish Music we offer week-long, weekend courses and online skype lessons for those who wish to learn or improve their skills on their instrument of choice.

Weekend Course plus 2 nights B&B in the Nesbitt Arms Hotel only €210 pps (Single Supplement €10)
Weeklong Course plus 5 nights B&B in the Nesbitt Arms Hotel only €405 pps (Single Supplement €25)

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Completely refurbished in 2004, the Nesbitt Arms has an excellent reputation for the quality of its food, accommodation and service. The hotel offers 50 ensuite bedrooms, all of which are furnished to the highest standard and decorated in warm shades of gold and rust. All rooms include ensuite bathroom, TV, telephone, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Additionally, rooms suited to families and people with special needs are available.

Dining at The Nesbitt Arms

While staying at the Nesbitt Arms, travellers will find two excellent options for wining and diningWeavers Restaurant is a beautifully decorated space while the bar/bistro is a traditional place with old-world charm. For private dining, there is a separate alcove that can seat 14 to 16 people and a small room suitable for parties of about 20 people. There is also a function room that can cater for up to 350 people, including weddings.
Scenic Ardara The three-star, family-run hotel is located in the centre of Ardara, a County Donegal town situated between the Blue Stack Mountains and rugged coastline. Ardara and its surrounding region have many popular activities, such as walking, surfing, golfing, horse riding, fishing, kayaking and boating. There are also many attractions, such as knitwear and tweed shops, galleries and traditional pubs.

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