Get ready for your Donegal day!

Easy to reach from our B&B!

Did you enjoy our little Gallery?

Cruise the famous Wild Atlantic Way, enjoy a walk on our beaches, have a pint, chat with the locals in one of our lovely pubs. In the evenings Traditional Sessions will keep you entertained. Donegal has it all. Have a great stay!

And finally…Most of all we keep our promise: We make your stay relaxing as much as possible.

Once you wander or drive the Wild Atlantic Way:
Attractions like culture, sports, Landscapes and animal wildlife. Sometimes it even all comes together. Public Art

There are many sandy beaches in the area of Donegal, such as Murvagh beach, and some boasting good surfing conditions, such as Rossnowlagh. It is also used as a base for hill-walking in the nearby Blue Stack Mountains. The town has many hotels catering for visitors, and nearby towns such as Letterkenny offer public swimming pools, cinemas and large shopping centres.

On 1 December 2016, National Geographic Traveller named Donegal as the number 1 coolest destination of 2017. According to Pat Riddell, editor of the UK magazine, “It’s a warm-hearted place, but wilderness always feels just a stone’s throw away. And it is wilderness . . . world-class wilderness. We think it’s due a big year.””

The Bus Éireann service number 64 Derry/Galway route: this makes several other stops including Letterkenny and Sligo (which allows for rail connections by Iarnród Éireann, from Sligo Mac Diarmada railway station in Sligo to Dublin Connolly railway station. This route also allows for rail connections from Londonderry railway station to Belfast, via Coleraine. The number 30 to Dublin makes stops at other key towns such as Enniskillen (which provides connections to Belfast via Ulsterbus)