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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fishing, Pool Table, Windsurfing, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Snorkeling, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Snack Bar
Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Airport Shuttle, Car Rental, Babysitting/Child Services, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Designated Smoking Area
12:00 PM - 11:00 PM
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Free! Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Score from 35 reviews Wonderful
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Score from 50 reviews Excellent
Situated 1.5 km from the scenic village of Kincasslagh, Careys Viking House Hotel has a bar, a restaurant and live entertainment all year round.
Score from 65 reviews Excellent
Situated in the Irish-speaking region of Annagry in County Donegal, Caisleain Oir Hotel is just 2km from Donegal Airport, as well as Carrickfinn Blue Flag Beach.
Score from 77 reviews Wonderful
Location - very pretty and peaceful
A lot of steep steps - would be difficult for anyone with mobility problems; breakfast choice limited.
had to queue for breakfast one morning
Breakfast choice was good, fry was great (bacon :) ). Staff were very friendly but service was slow at times. We and the dog were made to feel very welcome by owner.
Waiting for coffee at breakfast, filter coffee machine in room would solve this. Issues with internet, poor WiFi coverage and no replies to queries by e-mail.
We received a very warm welcome and were very well looked after. Nice quiet location.
Location exceptional and friendly hosts, clean guesthouse. Bar and restaurant service available during peak season.
Decor a little dated but clean. Breakfast service slower when guesthouse is busy however if your not in a hurry chill-out and enjoy the outside scenery!
We loved our stay at Bunbeg House for the warm welcome we received together with the food and the beautiful setting it was an excellent choice.We will be back!
The place and the quiet view. The people are friendly. Food seems freshly cooked *
the air-conditioning in the bathrooms keeping me awake all night as well as the water system being very noisy. The ought not change towels every day - environmentally unsustainable *could have a bit more flavour
Restaurant- nice food Staff friendly
Cold rooms- no heating Bed very squeaky Furniture outdated
Location, friendliness, comfortable, food fantastic, relaxing, excellent friendly staff, quiet a little oasis. Little bar handy for that 'night cap'. Decor dated but very clean. Beds were made up next day and fresh towels provided.
too many steps / stairs internally
Location was by the harbour. Quiet and pretty area. Large house with many room. Ours was very large with a delightful view.
Limited menu and small bar with no other eating facilities close by. Meals average. Wifi was shocking.
Staff ignored us at the bar when wanting to order drinks and meal Took some time for staff to respond to the bell in reception Didn't pass the towel test in as much as they were bath towels rather than bath sheets
Location and meeting college friends
Arrived and told no room in bunbeg house and told to walk over to an overspill house. Therefore no wifi had to go out in bad weather to get to communal facilities. Breakfast very poor - grilled tomatoes - were microwaved ........
Small B&B taking about 35 guests with rickety stairs with small steps inside between floors, good sized adequate rooms, breakfast and little bar. No modern facilities apart from wifi in reception area - close to Bunbeg village and few miles from Bloody Foreland. One of the few areas still using the Irish language
My wIfe thought it was too old fashioned and we waited a long time for our full breakfast to be served
Stunning area to explore
Lack of staff at breakfast
Friendly staff and big rooms
Lovely, personal welcome from Jean, who moved us to a sea view next day as we were staying 3 nights. Andy's also very welcoming and enjoys a laugh. All staff very pleasant and nothing is a bother. The rooms are a good size with proper showers. Breakfast was made to order lovely and plentiful. We also ate dinner our first night which was lovely and the homemade apple pie was delicious. Admittedly it was a bit slow, but obviously a small kitchen and we weren't going anywhere. It's just slightly over a half mile walk into Bunbeg, which was fine. We also enjoyed a nice relaxed evening in the bar on our last night . Would recommend and would definitely return.
What's not to like!!
dinner was a bit underwelming
I found Bunbeg House to be well situated in a small fishing port. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable. The staff were friendly and helpful and breakfast was freshly made not kept under heat lamps.
Nice people. Friendly , clean
The weather, ha ha but you have no control over that
Breakfast and bar staff were lovely. Location is beautiful. Rooms were clean and bright.
It was overbooked and we were placed in another premises for the night which was fine. However over our 3 nights we didn't know until the evening where we would be staying. We were there to see the area so were out a lot but if had wanted to stay in and relax we couldn't. It was a little annoying.
Location, scenery, feeling at home
What's not to like?
We ate in the Bar on a number of occasions. Couldn't fault food or service.
Beautiful location. Gaeilge álainn ag an mBean an Tí! Seomra compórdach le radharc alainn agus leaba íontach.
Having to leave!
Spacious 'olde worlde' charm.
the very friendly man who ran the place, he was very helpful with giving us information.. the lovely patio outside to sit overlooking the harbour.. great big spacious rooms.
we didn't get the offer of tea/coffee on arrival like most b an bs today...
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