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All reviewsbiscuitsb bcup of teabreakfast was deliciouson arrivalguest housewithin walking distancebed and breakfastcomfortable stayadorning the wallsold schoolpeaceful placeonly stayed one nightslept like a logbooked last minutecharming establishmentwould love to come back
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Reviewed 13 August 2009

Had a great stay here. Couldn't have been more central in the area. Everything is within walking distance. The room I had looking out at the ocean was good, view was amazing to say the least! Breakfast was good too. Over all it feels the way Ireland should feel instead of all these fancy hotels which to be honest could be anywhere in the world.

Great area for chilling during the day and having a good few at night, and Teac Campbell is a very short stroll home if you do that...

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank rabthekebab
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Reviewed 7 August 2009

What can I say, our stay was a truely amazing experience.
We felt welcome since the moment we stepped foot on the mat! Mr & Mrs Campbell and their family were always available for advice on the local area. Great to take your time and look at all the picture's and Irish history on the walls.
Fantastic location for the local pubs and restaurants and the views from the rooms were nothing short of amazing!


Very much a happy relaxed B&B with a very welcoming atmosphere and what value for money!

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank Gammons
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Reviewed 10 July 2009

Have mixed feelings about this B&B. I stayed here for a few days while attending a wedding in the area. The B&B smells musty and is rather dated. There are lots of ornaments, photos, pictures and info on Irish history on the walls which add to it's charm. The rooms could do with a revamp-even matching bed covers would help. The B&B seemed clean enough but the sheets had stains and the beds were very very soft and lumpy. All the rooms were en-suite which was great but the showers produced a trickle and it was hard to get a good temperature but you did get clean towels each day. The hospitality was fantastic. The owners were friendly and helpful. They even allowed us to use the living room for an after wedding party! Breakfast was good and we were even offered toast at 2pm the next day after missing breakfast. Overall the place is shabby and in need of a re-vamp. The hospitality is great but don't think it is worth 35 euro per person per night.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled with friends
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Thank GasgowGal
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Reviewed 5 July 2009

Oh dear. I took my wife here during a short trip around Donegal for a birthday present. We had a lovely time and stayed in some great B&Bs, but Teac Campbell stood out as the only shoddy place at which we stayed. And it was dreadful. The lobby was darkly lit and smelled musty. We were hurriedly ushered to our room on arrival without even so much as a welcome or orientation, although a cup of tea was (rather perfunctorily) offered. I'm not a hygiene-freak by any means, but even I was put off by how dirty the room was. Dust on every surface, and the carpet had not been vacuumed. The bathroom light did not work, so we had to wash in the dark. The shower temperature could not be adjusted from piping hot. The towels were hard and scratchy - obviously they skimp out on fabric softener. The bedroom needlessly had three beds all with stained sheets (although they had been washed). The room fittings were dreary rather than quaint. The whole place seemed in a state of disrepair, and I had the distinct feeling the owners had given up. In the morning breakfast was okay - some tasty white pudding, but otherwise just okay - and the lady serving it was rushing around and had no time for any conversation. This was not her fault - she seemed very nice - but they need to employ more staff if they insist on having so many rooms. It's not a B&B in my view, just a really bad hotel. We both slept badly and were happy to leave and enjoy the beautiful area around the town - but not the town of Bunbeg itself, which suffers from appalling or non-existent town planning and seems rather sinister. I'm frankly amazed by the other largely positive reviews - you'll have to take my word that this is not me just being pedantic or moany. We stayed at two other B&Bs (Tullycullion House and Hilltop Lodge) which were wonderful. But I strongly urge you to avoid this one - they need to get their act together.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank asclayton
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Reviewed 18 November 2008

Spent a week traveling around beautiful County Donegal. We stayed in several Bed and Breakfasts in the county but Teac Campbell would be amongst the best.
Its bigger than most guesthouses but still has a very personal touch. The room we had overlooked the islands and was nice and spacious. The rooms are basic but clean with en-suite and tvs.

The dining room in Teac Campbell is like a museum with memorabilia from Irish history and culture. This is a gaeltacht region so a lot of the images and signs are in Irish so brush up before your trip!

The owners were very friendly and were full of local advice and assistance regarding dining and sights to see. The location is very central so you can walk to the beaches or pubs. If you get the weather to walk that is.

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled with family
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1  Thank VinDalat
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