Bed and Breakfasts in Co Donegal

Plenty to see and do in this beautiful county, including Fort Dunree, Donegal Castle and Bundoran Waterworld.

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Haywoods B&B, Donegal Town, Co Donegal

PPPN €33
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Haywoods B&B offers bed and breakfast en suite accommodation in a stately, family run townhouse with its imposing elevated location just five minutes walk from the centre of Donegal Town. Facilities: 5 en suite bedrooms T.V. Tea and coffee making facilities Wireless Internet Available The town's situation at the southern end of the county make it the ideal base for touring the rest of Donegal. From here some visitors will venture to the national park at Glenveagh National Park and its Castle, while others will journey to Kincasslagh, home of Daniel O'Donnell. Donegal Town is dominated by its historic Abbey and Castle. At its centre, The Diamond, there stands a monument dedicated to the the four friars who compiled the Annals of the Four Masters in the 17th Century. This historical text records the early history of Ireland. The original text is now exhibited six miles south of Donegal Town in Ballintra in the Ballymagroarty Historical Centre. Donegal Castle stands beside the Diamond, overlooking the river Eske. Here was the seat of the O'Donnells, the ruling family in Donegal in the 15th Century. The castle is richly furnished and has an impressive display of Persian rugs and French tapestries. Guided historical tours of Donegal Town take place daily during the summer. Donegal Town is also the main centre for the tweed industry in Ireland and is home to Magee of Donegal, renowned world wide makers of Donegal handwoven tweeds. Here, visitors can see demonstrations of the art of weaving and browse around the gift store which brims over with giftware such as glass, china, pottery, and many other richly crafted Irish products. Please visit our website for more information. Rates: From €33 per person per night. Children are welcome. No smoking. Sorry, no pets. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access.

Cavangarden House, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal

Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
Cavangarden House, a spacious Georgian period residence offering b&b accommodation is situated just three kilometres from Ballyshannon on the main Ballyshannon - Donegal Town Road (N15). The House dates back to 1750 and still retains the character of that by-gone age, with majestic gardens and a private entrance. All our bedrooms at Cavangarden House are en-suite with television and direct dial telephone. A laundry service is available on request. Breakfasts are a particular treat with a choice of full-Irish breakfast or a continental selection. Our superbly cooked breakfasts comprise the best of fresh Irish produce. Our residents' lounges allow you to relax in a tranquil setting, should you be tired after a long days activity. Ballyshannon (in Irish Beal Atha Seanaidh meaning 'the Ford-entrance of the hill-slope') is one of the oldest towns in Ireland. The O'Donnells, then chieftains of Donegal, erected a Castle overlooking the crossing point of the River Erne at Ballyshannon in 1423. This became the scene of a siege and defeat of the Crown forces by Red Hugh O'Donnell in 1597. The Town's Gaelic Athletics Association is named after this famous chieftain. The town had many industries during the 18th and 19th centuries including flour, saw milling, tobacco, soap making, tanning, distilling and brewing and it became a prosperous trading centre. Rates: Please contact for details. Children are welcome. No smoking. Pets are allowed by arrangement. Off street parking. Dinner available. Wi-fi/internet access.

Ballyliffin B&B, Tornabratilly, Ballyliffin, Co Donegal

PPPN €35
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
Ballyliffin B&B is located near the edge of Ballyliffin at Tornabratilly and overlooks Ballyliffin Golf Club, with views of the Glashedy Island and Malin Head. Ballyliffin is well known as being the wedding capital of Ireland, due to the amount of breath taking views and wonderful venues it has on offer. Although we can't guarantee the weather, we can promise you a very warm welcome with a personal touch that will make your stay a very pleasant one. Our guest rooms are clean and comfortable, providing a relaxing and calm place to return to at the end of each day. Breakfast is included within the room rate and includes: Homemade bread. Free range eggs. Selection of meats. Tea’s. Cheese’s. Fruits. Yoghurts. Plus much more. Book now and take the opportunity to relax and recharge with a short break on the Inishowen Peninsula in Donegal on the north coast of Ireland. Inishowen has it all, from wild, romantic coastlines to beautiful woodland and rivers; stunning award winning beaches to fabulous food; from quality accommodation to a fantastic range of activities and attractions. We are just a short distance to the fine long golden sandy beach at Pollan that stretches to over two miles in length. Crockaughrim presents a rewarding climb and there are examples of primitive rock art at the western slope, which dates from the Bronze Age. Ballyliffin is home to the Ballyliffin Golf Club (Ireland’s most northerly club) and is a gem of a destination for the visiting golfer. There are two outstanding and contrasting 18 hole championship golf courses to choose from. So if you want to get away from everything and completely relax, why not indulge yourself and visit the unforgettable peninsula of Inishowen. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From €35 per person per night. Sorry, no pets. Children are welcome. Wi-Fi internet access. Off street parking. Dinner available.
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