Named for a nearby island noted for the beauty and variety of its nesting and flocking birds, Iniseanach (pron. Inish anak) Lounge Bar is truly a testament to the fact that the people of Donegal -a hidden paradise-have never lost the art of entertaining and serving delicious food. Donegal's rich wildness and rugged landscape provide fresh local produce for the bar, and the chef at Iniseanach serves it up in grand fashion.
Tempting dishes, breath-taking views, and traditional decor combine to make this lounge bar a haven for those in need of food, drink, or fun. Live entertainment invites guests to have a spin or rock to the beat on the spacious dance floor while sitting areas with plush sofas and heavy arm chairs welcome those who prefer the gentle comfort of an open turf fire. Overlooking the unspoiled beaches, stunning cliffs, and glistening waters of the rugged Atlantic, Iniseanach offers a view that is magically spellbinding.
The Lounge Bar has a full a la carte menu catering to all tastes with contemporary bar meals, full course dishes, and even a children's menu, all served in the informal atmosphere of a unique Irish pub, a traditional gathering place for food, fun, and drink.
Iniseanach, though, is no ordinary pub. It is, rather, a wonder of charm, hospitality, and rugged natural beauty.
Monday thru Saturday, 11:00 - 1:30 am; Sunday, 1-8
Full Carvery lunch served every Sunday, 1-5. (3-course meal, €18.95)
Bar food available 12:00 - 9:30
How to get there:
From Dublin: 3 hours, take N3 and A509 to Enniskillen. Then A46 to Belleek (scenic route) then N3 to Ballyshannon where it joins N15. Most direct route is N4 to Sligo Town, N15 to Donegal Town, N56 to Dungloe.
From Belfast, A6 to Derry, N13 to Letterkenney, R250 to Fintown, R252 to Dungloe.
Iniseanach Lounge Bar
Ostan na Rosann (hotel of the Rosses)
Dungloe, Co. Donegal
T: 074 952 2444