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4 Bed & Breakfasts in Dungloe, Ireland
Home from home - that's how we make you feel when you stay with us. River house is a multifaceted accommodation on the Wild Atlantic Way located in the Northern Headlands in the town of Dungloe. Conveniently placed on the N 56 and a two minute walk from a vibrant main street but with the sounds of the river to lull you. We make you feel like family with excellent customer service and care. On site free parking, Wi-Fi, Netflix, USB ports, emergency care packs - even laundry service and bike rental. Everything is designed to make your stay comfortable and worry free. We're on hand to help you get the very best from the Wild Atlantic Way experience. Pointing you in the right direction to make memories you never dreamt of; to delve deeper into the area and to connect with nature and wander off the beaten track. if you want to try pulling your own pint of Guinness; climb a sea stack; ride along the beach; Pet a lamb or make a loaf of Irish bread - then stay with us and we can help make it happen. Nothing. is impossible; we are are here for you. See what we mean when we say we are Simply more than a B&B Anthea, Ken and team.
Teach Donncadh is a small homely B&B, consisting of just 4 bedrooms all en-suite, a sitting room and a conservatory if you just feel like relaxing or reading a book. It is built on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea with clusters of tiny islands in the distance. This quaint and homely B&B has everything you would desire for a spectacular and magical break away from everyday life! At Teach Donncadh we offer a Delicious Island Breakfast and we will cater for any special dietary requirements that you may have. Breakfast is served from 8.00am to 10.00 am in our dining room.
Situated in a quiet area just five minutes walk from the town of Inisean, we are the ideal base to tour this stunning corner of Donegal. With magnificent sea views Inisean B&B is on the Wild Atlantic Way and will make your stay memorable. The name Inisean come from the Gaelic for Island of the Birds which can be seen from most of the guest bed rooms and from the dining room.