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Ardlenagh View Sligo Road, Donegal Town F94 WC64 Ireland
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#13 of 50 B&Bs / Inns in Donegal Town
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An exceptional, elevated house nestled in picturesque County Donegal, Ardlenagh View is the ideal base for tours of the stunning North West / Wild Atlantic Way. Boasting incredible views of the Bluestack Mountains and Donegal Bay, guests will revel in the serene landscape. Just 2km from Donegal town visitors can discover Donegal Castle, Donegal Craft Village and enjoy superb golf and stunning local beaches. Further afield visitors can explore Glenveagh National Park, Slieve League Cliffs, nearby Fermanagh's idyllic lake lands and the acclaimed Giant's Causeway. Hosts Eileen & Tony Mulhern looks forward to welcoming guests. Check-in is between 4pm and 6pm.
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Frank E wrote a review Aug 2019
San Francisco14 contributions2 helpful votes
Convenient to Donegal Town. Clean and comfy! Very little interaction with proprietors, but good room, location and breakfast. We specifically like to stay at B&Bs to talk with owners to get recommendations for local site, activity and food. I missed having that
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Isabel_Koe wrote a review Aug 2019
Vienna, Austria11 contributions2 helpful votes
This was the B&B with the biggest rooms during our trip to Ireland. We are to friends and were very happy to get a real twin room with even two tables and a superb view to the bay. Tony and Eileen were very friendly and gave us even a lift into town which is 2 km away, probably a 20 min walk. Only the breakfast less enthusiastically decorated as in our B&Bs but it tasted good! Thanks for the good time we had.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Jason A wrote a review Nov 2018
Rainbow City, Alabama, United States31 contributions22 helpful votes
Clean and comfortable stay with a fantastic breakfast and a warm host. View was amazing! The location was close to restaurants and shopping. Our room was well maintained and felt cozy. We really enjoyed our stay!
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Date of stay: November 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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HalsteadsMadison wrote a review Oct 2018
Madison5 contributions
At first, the couple seemed friendly but most requests were met with a rude answer. For example, when asked for more TP, the woman came out and said that the paper was “right there” instead of just showing our friends where it was. When we put more peat in he fire that was dying, the owner said at least three times that we should not have done so. When asked if they could fill our water bottles he said it is the same from your bathroom but I will...just crabby! They brought a tray a tea out the first day and the second and when we thanked the They said it was only for arrriving guests and did t we get any the day before. You could feel the springs in the bed, water pressure was almost non existent. View fine but far from town. Grumpy people should not run BNB’s. Only two places that we stayed at had less than friendly staff and this definitely one of them!
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Global777916 wrote a review Oct 2018
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Room #4 was a spacious ensuite room with a virpew of the pastures out one window and the river out the other. Our most important criteria...cleanliness...was met and we had great water pressure in the shower, large bath towels, and plenty of space to get a good, quiet sleep! The breakfast was substantial and served in a room with a gorgeous view overlooking more green...and morning cows! A quick, five minute drive to town offered several dining and shopping choice (you could even walk in nice weather, there is a walkway a short distance down the road). Our host and hostess were helpful and friendly, but not hovering. The sitting room had a fireplace that orovided a nice ambience, and we would definitely stay again!
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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PRICE RANGE
US$93 - US$196 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
IrelandCounty DonegalDonegal Town
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ardlenagh View
Which popular attractions are close to Ardlenagh View?
Nearby attractions include Magee 1866 (1.4 miles), Lough Eske (4.6 miles), and The Reel Inn (1.5 miles).
Is parking available at Ardlenagh View?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ardlenagh View?
Conveniently located restaurants include Chandpur Indian Restaurant, Quay West Restaurant Donegal Town, and The Blueberry Tea Room.
Are there any historical sites close to Ardlenagh View?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Famine Graveyard (1.7 miles).