Great mix of people on site - families, couples, surfers, hitch-hikers. Basic but very clean showers and toilets (loo rolls supplied and fresh towels). Kitchen facility with cooker, fridge and kettle. Beautiful grounds with a stream, fairy cave, old boat, old Lough Swilly carriage converted to rooms. Lots to explore. Hens running around when we arrived and a vegetable patch. Football match with a lot of the campers went on til dark and the owner brought the kids to see where the fairies live.
I would have given this a 5 star rating if it weren't for the owners dog. It left a message (No.2!!!) beside our tent on two occasions. The owner dispatched both logs. And the dog also got into our tent (early hours) took some BBQ'd chicken. We're thick skinned and that wouldn't put us off going again. (At least it didn't crap on the BBQ LOL :-). Great spot - go visit - it's charming.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Renowned for its tranquillity, warm hospitality (not just the turf and log fires), comfortable handmade wooden beds, organic garden and meditation sanctuaries, the sound of the Mill-stream by day and the crashing of waves on Tramore beach by night. We have no TVs or Radios for entertainment. We don't need them! We offer twin, double and family ensuite rooms on the ground floor, and the same with shared bathrooms on the first floor. We also have two self-contained apartments. Set in a natural hollow and on an old pre-Celtic site, alongside the N.56, Beside New Lake, 3km southwest of Dunfanaghy, on the coast road to Falcarragh, overlooking the Atlantic and Tory Island. GPS posn, 55* 10.03 N 008* 00.22 W. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Corcreggan Mill Dunfanaghy, County Donegal