After extensive refurbishment, a new look Arnolds Restaurant is now offering diners a stylish and contemporary dining experience overlooking Sheephaven Bay on Donegal's Wild Atlantic Way. As proud members of the Donegal Food Coast our a la carte menu has been designed to feature the finest selection of local ingredients from land and sea including fresh seafood from Sheephaven Bay, local Horn Head lamb and seasonal garden vegetables from local farms and greenhouses. Keep an eye on our Specials Board for the finest local catch and seasonal produce our Chefs adore!
At Arnolds we take great pride in producing our own homemade products for our guests. We bake our own Wheaten Bread and Guinness Bread as well as buttery shortbread and scones served with fresh cream and homemade jams - a real treat which all our customers enjoy. Our desserts are freshly prepared by our Pastry Chef often using seasonal home grown fruits from the hotel gardens such as Rhubarb, Gooseberries, Blackcurrants, Apples and Pears. We also use our own hotel garden produce in our homemade jams and preserves.
Our Breakfast Menu is available from 8am to 10am for Residents, and from 10.30am to 12 Noon for Non Residents.
Lunch is served from 12.30 to 3.30pm, and A La Carte Dinner from 4pm in our Restaurant & Bar.
Table Reservations must be made for any number of guests by calling +353 74 9136208.
Welcome to the village of Dunfanaghy, situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, overlooking the beautiful shores of Sheephaven Bay on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by Blue Flag beaches, and overlooked by the majestic Derryveagh Mountains of Donegal.
The location of Dunfanaghy makes it the perfect base for visiting the beautiful north west and exploring the Wild Atlantic Way. The village overlooks the magnificant Horn Head, is adjacent to the blue flag Kilahoey beach with its golden sands and crystal clear water, and is a short drive to the picturesque harbour at Portnablagh, the blue flag beach at Marble Hill, Ards Forest Park, Ards Friary, Doe Castle, the Rosguill Peninsula, the Fanad Peninsula, Glenveigh National Park.