See the latest prices and deals by choosing your dates.
Located in Gweedore, 1.8 miles from Mount Errigal, Poisoned Glen House has accommodations with a garden and free private parking. The property provides a shared kitchen and free WiFi. It is a quiet place to stay & I slept well. Very beautiful surroundings!
Located in Gweedore, this holiday home features free WiFi. The property features views of the garden and is 8.7 mi from Mount Errigal. Free private parking is available on site. Lovely house where you can get away from it all but within walking distance of Teac Jacks which has lovely food. The house was extremely well equipped with lovely gardens and ensuite bathrooms in 3 of the bedrooms. Would highly recommend.
Teach Nellie Cottage is located in Loughanure and offers a restaurant, a shared lounge and a garden. Housed in a building dating from 2012, this holiday home provides free private parking. Great spacious house with all the facilities and comforts of home
Offering free WiFi and lake views, Self Catering Donegal - Teac Chondai Thatched Cottage is an accommodations located in Loughanure. This holiday home features a garden and free private parking. Very clean, lovely and warm, beds were so comfortable. Brid who looks after the property was very accommodating
This is a stunning part of Donegal! Great day trips and incredible Irish music at a local pub called Leo's. We stayed 3 night and had great weather! We arrived for New Year so there were great pubs, great food and lots of music to keep us entertained.
I love Gweedore; I have visited many times but for short stays only. It is an authentic Irish place which has retained its traditional charm. We are a retired couple but there lots of activities & entertainment to suit all ages
Local hills and beaches are great for outdoor activities, weather allowing and are very scenic. Great again weather allowing for night sky watching and sunset watching or just letting time go by. Ideally you need a motor vehicle to get around as shops etc are not in general close by though you do see many people out cycling and the roads do not have pavements in places so you have to walk on the road. Most motorists are Ok but you do get the odd person who should not be allowed behind a steering wheel. The area near the coast is covered by holiday homes but go in land and you enter some stunning scenery the same applies to stretches of coast line. You also get a choice of eating establishments and supermarkets are dotted along the main roads.
Beautiful area .... very surprised there are not more tourists! Have traveled all over Ireland and this is probably the most scenic ... but certainly not the busiest. Drive around the well signposted 'Wild Atlantic Way' and don't be afraid to go down the small roads.....some amazing sights await you! Well worth a few days snooping around the area with high cliffs, beautiful unspoilt beaches and islands. Trip to Arranmore Island on the ferry is worthwhile and go across the island to the lighthouse to see the stunning coastline there.
It’s a quiet place. In the center of beautiful nature! The people are really friendly. They have a supermarket at the petrol station. They git a hostel where a lot of people can stay. The easiest way to get around is with a car. There’s a bus three times a day. There’re no restaurants. You can get breakfast and lunch at the supermarket at the petrolstation.
stayed here with a friend.. had the most amazing time! The views and location were incredible, exceeded my expectations. The guest house was clean and cosy. Good selection of breakfast in the morning. Moreen and Josephine were very welcoming and accommodating. Highlyyyy recommend, great value for money! Thank you!