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Located in Glencolumbkille, 5 mi from Folk Village Museum and 5 mi from Ulster Cultural Institute, Silver Beach Cottage offers a garden and air conditioning. everything is very great, especially clean, you can see the beautiful view, there is a beach and a cafe nearby.
Offering mountain views, Gleanndobhar is an accommodations located in Glencolumbkille, less than 0.6 mi from Glencolumbkille Beach and a 16-minute walk from Folk Village Museum. Margaret & Martin are excellent hosts, they will make your stay perfect. You'll feel, literally, at home. Room and toilet very well cleaned, delicious breakfasts... I super recommend! Definitely I will come back
Featuring a patio with garden views, a garden and a terrace, Dolmen Cottage can be found in Glencolumbkille, close to Glencolumbkille Beach and 3.7 mi from Folk Village Museum. There is only one thing to know there is no range on mobilephone and no broaband as well. Maybe soon will some broadband wifi conecction from other house is there any range. But Tv was enought for us lots movies to watch. Thank you again for lovely Time:)
An Sean Ostan is located on the Wild Atlantic Way Route, in Carrick. Free WiFi is provided. Guest rooms in the guest house are fitted with a kettle. The rooms are fitted with a private bathroom. John got us a nice apartment with all modern facilities, clean and well organised place. Thumbs up to An Sean Ostan 👍👍👍👍
Set in Carrick in the Donegal County region, An Sean Ostan Apartments offers accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. Donegal is 27 mi from the apartment. The place is absolutely spotless...so clean...the host John was so welcoming and helpful. It is also lovely and cosy. Would highly recommend An Sean Ostan. Will definitely be back. Thank you for a wonderful stay.
Located in Teelin, 29 mi from Donegal, The Rusty Mackerel provides a restaurant and free WiFi. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. 5 minute drive to hiking trails. Cosy pub with fireplace. Great food. Rooms were small but very clean, quiet, and comfortable. Traditional Irish music and dancing nightly.
Located 26 mi from Sligo, Teach Condy's offers pet-friendly accommodations in Teelin. Guests benefit from private parking available on site. The kitchen comes with an oven. Beautiful location, very friendly host who was very easy to correspond with. Great kitchen for cooking up some meals. Lovely cosy stove that heated the whole cottage nicely 🙃 would return and would recommend. Next to the cliffs, a craft and coffee shop, and a short walk from a bar/restaurant. Located in a stunning part of Donegal :)
Glencolmcille is my "happy place" in Ireland. Rugged mountains, turbulent waves, smell of turf, quiet and private... whats not to like. I ate in the Glen Head and had a seriously gut busting, delicious home made burger, fantastic, friendly young staff who didn't bat an eyelid to me asking to eat outside. Personally I. just love the views, I never tire of them, I sat eating my burger with a sneaky glass of wine and thought to myself how bloody lucky I was to be able to sit in the evening sun and watch the sunset. it's not difficult to get around Glen because once the road runs out.. that's it you are driving off the edge of Ireland. If you are on your own, just enjoy it.. go to Slieve League Cliffs in Teeling, hill walking, just chill and relax and take. lots of photos .
Glencolumbkille is a remarkably remote town sitting at what seems to be the end of the world otherwise known as Rossan Point. The town is especially notable for the Glencolumbkille Folk Village, a collection of 18th and 19th century thatched white cottages with genuine period settings. The Folk Village is closed during winter months so it might be best to visit before the end of September. During the winter months it is best to go to Ardara or Carrick for restaurants.
Our hosts had many ideas and tips. They were interesting people. We loved the Slieve League climb. We enjoyed the woollen mill. We had a hoot at Rusty Mackeral restaurant. As we left, we went on an interesting drive to Port. Beautiful quiet spot. Isolated and lovely
Hosts are very personable and eager to share knowledge of the area so that you have the best touring experience possible. Very large facility with large common kitchen for some self catering and a large lounge on the second floor.
Glencolumbkille is a beautiful villages nestled between the hills. The scenery is breath taking and its like taking a step back in time. I would recommend anyone to take a trip to Glencolumbkille if ever in Donegal.
It is a fascinating place;it draws me back to visit again. It is remote, yet it can be reached by Eirann Bus. It is the rural Wild Atlantic Way. You can enjoy the most peaceful hikes, away from the hustle and bustle of life. I love the wind, the drizzle, the fog, the houses, the sheep, the beaches, and meeting people from all over the world at the hostel. My husband and I spent most our time hiking and just relaxing. I'lol be back, God willing!
The hosts were lovely, very knowledgeable about the area and overall really helpful!