matrimonial Tree Ballybofey


Together with the smaller town of Stranorlar on the north side of the River Finn, the towns form the Twin Towns of Ballybofey-Stranorlar. Ballybofey-Stranorlar, a census town, had a population of 4,852 in the 2016.
The Balor Arts Centre is a 300-seat arts and theatre complex.
The town is home to Finn Park where League of Ireland side Finn Harps play their home games.[11] Seán MacCumhaill Park is also located in Ballybofey, where the Donegal senior football team have their county office and play most of their home games.
This is a busy town with some good department stores as well a some excellent restaurants and cafes.
Benny & Co is a restaurant to watch out for. It serves Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Brunch and has been listed in many of the best restaurant publications.


The Villa Rose Hotel & V-Spa
Jackson’s Hotel & Leisure Centre
Kee’s Hotel


Steeple View B&B – Award Winning Guesthouse Donegal
Dergfield House
Johnny B’s B&B

Self Catering

Beechwood Lodge
Finn Loft
Jackson’s Riverside Retreat

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