Pier 36

Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Donaghadee

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Pier 36

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Review

“ There’s a human story at every Lighthouse” E.Dewire.

Donaghadee is famous for its dramatic and captivating Lighthouse and Harbour. All this beauty and history can now be enjoyed by you and your partner, as you gaze out from one of the many stunning guest rooms of Pier 36. Famous and multi-award winning, the bar and restaurant has a wonderful reputation for imaginative, delicious food, including their legendary Dry Aged Steak and spanking fresh Seafood. You are warmly welcomed by lovely, helpful staff, the atmosphere chilled and inviting. When the weather turns chilly, a roaring fire sets the scene for a romantic drink or two, and in summer, a beer garden, from where you can watch the harbours gentle flow. A heady choice of stunning rooms includes the superior room “ Smith”, with a sumptuous King-Size Four poster, billowy and heavenly, perfect for a romantic mini break.

- Top 100 Review
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Contact Us

36 The Parade ,
Donaghadee, Co. Down , BT21 0H

028 9188 4466

www.pier36.co.uk

[email protected]

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