Inishowen Lodge has three spacious rooms each with private shower facilities. These rooms can be used as either double, triple or family rooms. All have magnificent views over Lough Foyle towards the North Antrim Coast. Each room has tea and coffee making facilities with home made cookies provided.
The large comfortable guest sitting room provides an ideal location for relaxing in the evening. On cold evenings there is an inviting log fire.
Moville's town centre with local shops, restaurants and traditional Irish bars is only 2 miles away. At the weekend there is often live traditional music.
A little further along the coast is the fishing village of Greencastle with excellent seafood restaurant. The ferry to Magilligan leaves from Greencastle, and this provides excellent opportunity to visit the attractions of the North Antrim Coast - Giant's Causeway, Bushmills distillery, Dunluce Castle, Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge, Portrush and Portstewart.
Close by is the safe Blue Flag sandy beach of Stroove and a little further round the coast is the picturesque Kinnegoe Bay. It was off this coastline that the famous La Trinidad Valencera of the Spanish Armada foundered in 1588. The artefacts, which were recovered from this vessel, can be seen in the Tower Museum in Derry.
This is an excellent area for walking. In Moville there is a coastal walk to Greencastle, and for the more adventurous, the Inishowen Head Walk provides the walker with spectacular views. We can provide advise on the other walks in the area.
A 20-25 minute drive will bring you to the Historic Walled City of Derry, where you will find a wide variety of restaurants, bars, historical attractions, theatres and excellent shopping. We are pleased to offer advice on local attractions and places to visit.
There is so much to see and do in the area that our 3 night special offer is very popular. This offer is currently 3 nights for €90 per person sharing which includes choice of delicious cooked breakfast with home made breads and muffins.
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This page was last updated: 23 January 2011