Glencairn House Bed & Breakfast
Glencairn House is a family run B&B, offering a traditional Irish welcome, with a choice of delectable breakfasts to suit individual tastes. Your hostess, Maureen (recently nominated in the prestigious 'Bord Failte Irish Welcome' awards) will make sure all your requirements are taken care of and will be happy to help you plan any touring routes you wish to take in on your visit.
Set amidst beautiful, well-tended gardens with a panoramic view overlooking the River Swilly and surrounding countryside, you can sit on the patio and enjoy a refreshing cup of tea, coffee or a cold drink while you plan how best to use your time in Letterkenny.
As well as being just a two minute drive from the Town Centre, with its numerous excellent restaurants, shops, pubs, clubs, cinema, An Grianan Theatre and Letterkenny Golf Club, Glencairn House offers a superb base from which to explore the beauty and many attractions of the North West and Northern Ireland.
Central for all touring routes in Donegal and Giants causeway
Glenveigh national park approx 40 min drive and central for all touring routes
En -suite rooms with tv /hairdryers and tea and coffee facilities
All ground floor rooms with spacious Lounge for guests comfort
Open all year travel vouchers accepted
Ramelton Ancestory centre a short drive away en- route to Rathmullen with the lovely beach at Knockalla and Portsalon with one of the best Golf courses in Donegal and on to Fanad head a very good days touring next the Atlantic drive at Downings famous Golf course at Rosapenna and Carrigart a lovely village and then on to Dunfanaghy and a visit to Horn head is a must with its high cliffs and great scenery and on to Blood forland more fantastic views a good tour for your second day.
Glenveigh National park steeped in history of the area lovely walks and castle very interesting can spend a good day with out having driving to much gardens well worth a visit.
Many more lovely areas not forgetting Inishowen and the Grinian of alliagh an ancient stone fort dating back hundreds of years the scenery is breathtaking from the top then in Inishowen you have the famine village that will take you back in time with a lot of history and to let you see how our ancestors lived in days gone by you must pay a visit especially if you have Irish ancestors.
Then on to fort Dunree and the Gap of Mamore breathtaking views.
The city of Derry id very historical and from the tourist office you can get a bus that will take you around the city walls and bogside and the most talked about parts Derry is a very nice city to visit with at least 2 shopping centres and some of the oldest stores in Ireland.
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