Be Our Guest 2019

72 Be Our Guest | CO. DONEGAL Special O er: 3 Star Guesthouse - 13 Rooms Woodhill House Historic coastal manor house from the 17th century, set in its own grounds overlooking the beautiful Donegal highlands. There is a high quality restaurant with fully licensed bar & occasional music. Within the area is Sheskinmore, Donegal Castle, Slieve League Cliffs, Maghera Caves & Waterfall, Glenveagh National Park. Walking distance to Ardara. B&B from (pps): €45.00 - €80.00 Wood Road, Ardara Co. Donegal, F94 E102 Closed: December 20 - December 26 +353-(0)74-954 1112 James Yates To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Special O er: 3 Star Hotel - 95 Rooms Abbey Hotel Three Star Hotel, located in the heart of Donegal Town near beautiful coastal drives and signature discovery points of the Wild Atlantic Way. All guests can avail of Free Car Parking, Complimentary Leisure Facilities, Free WiFi, Entertainment Nightly. Enabled Access Room available. Bus Eireann Stop at hotel front door. €65.00 - €85.00 The Diamond, Donegal Co. Donegal Closed: December 24 - December 27 +353-(0)74-9721014 Danny O'Donnell To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Special O er: 4 Star Hotel - 64 Rooms Harvey's Point Hotel Hidden in the hills of Donegal, Harvey’s Point is a unique, luxurious hotel featuring the very best in accommodation to international standards, fine dining cuisine and traditional Irish hospitality. Owned and managed by the Swiss family Gysling, the hotel is recognised as one of the leading hotels in Ireland. Room Rate from: €198.00 - €540.00 Lough Eske, Donegal Co. Donegal, F94 E771 Open All Year +353-(0)74-972 2208 Deirdre McGlone & Marc Gysling To avail of best rates, Quote Be Our Guest, when making a reservation N O R T H E R N H E A D L A N D S Rugged yet inviting, Malin Head, the most northerly outpost on the Wild Atlantic Way, is steeped in history with an abundance of activities – walking, bird-watching, angling and swimming. Here, north of Trawbreaga Bay, you can spot the wreckage of the ‘Twilight’, which sank in 1889. Follow the coast road - you’ll pass the old radio station, built in 1910, and The Tower, a derelict signal station located on Banba’s Crown, the most northerly point in Ireland. The stunning panorama includes Inistrahull and Tory islands, as well as the Scottish hills on a clear day. Take a walk along the cliffs to Hell’s Hole, a chasm where the tide rushes in with impressive force, or head east to Ballyhillion beach, which dates back to the ice-age and is known for its many semi-precious stones. Malin Head, Co Donegal