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Bridgeburn House Star Rating 3        
Bridgeburnhouse, Trentagh

Bridgeburn House is a great choice for a stay in Letterkenny. Guests will have free perks like breakfast and self parking..
Herons Cove Bed and Breakfast Rossnowlagh Star Rating 3        
Creevy

A haven of fine food, hospitality and comfortable accommodation. Located close to the magnificent beach at Rossnowlagh and the picturesque little harbour at Creevy Pier in South Donegal, Heron's Cove is the ideal, intimate destination from which to explore the wonderful coastline and countryside of the North West. Our specializes in the finest local produce, particularly seafood from local ports, prepared by our chefs with pride, to the highest standard.
The Ritz Killybegs Star Rating 2        
Chapel Brae

Situated in Killybegs, this hostel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Killybegs Maritime and Heritage Visitor Centre, Maritime & Heritage Centre, and Deane's Farm Equestrian Centre. Muckross Head and Ardara Heritage Centre are also within 12 mi (20 km)..
Glencairn House Star Rating 3        
Ramelton Road

Glencairn House offers a comfortable setting when in Letterkenny.The bed & breakfast has 6 spacious rooms offering all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.Glencairn House provides an ideal base to explore Raphoe and Letterkenny Town Park, as well as everything the local area has to offer.
Portbeg Holiday Homes at Donegal Bay Star Rating 3        
19 Portbeg

This pet-friendly vacation rental is located in Bundoran and features free Wi-Fi. It is ideal for families in search of a seaside escape.Guests of Portbeg Holiday Homes at Donegal Bay can enjoy the property's gardens.
The Strand Hotel Ballyliffin Star Rating 2        
Inishowen

Situated in the countryside, The Strand Hotel Ballyliffin is a short trip from Carrickabraghy Castle.The hotel has 35 rooms, all of which are equipped with a variety of amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay. There are also honeymoon suites available.
Haven Guest House & Spa        
Main Street

Set within the scenic countryside of Laghey, Atlantic Way B&B Laghey provides peaceful accommodation and a full range of facilities, such as free Wi-Fi and on-site parking.Equipped to ensure a comfortable stay, rooms provide a flat-screen TV and free wireless internet access.Guests can wake up to an Irish breakfast each morning, before setting off for a day of sightseeing in the local area.
Bluebell House B&B Star Rating 3        
Clooneen

Bluebell House B&B is located in Bundoran and features free Wi-Fi.The bed & breakfast has 3 cosy rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.Those staying at the property can wake up to a satisfying breakfast available every morning, before heading out from Bluebell House B&B to explore the local area.
Whitestrand B&B Star Rating 4        
Crega, Whitestrand

Whitestrand B&B is ideally placed in a peaceful setting in Ballyliffin, a short car ride from Malin Head. It also provides babysitting/child services and a tour desk.The hotel offers cosy rooms, furnished to fit the requirements of any traveller.
Moville Holiday Hostel        
Malin Road, Moville, Inishowen, Co. Donegal

Moville Boutique Hostel provides a comfortable setting while in Moville.The hostel has 8 cosy rooms that are equipped with a range of essential amenities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.Guests travelling by car can visit Ballyliffin and Quigley's Point, both within easy driving distance of the hostel.
 
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Donegal, the most northerly county in Ireland, extends along much of the north-west coast. It is a region famous for its scenery - with a beautiful, much indented coast, great areas of mountains, deep glens and many lakes. All kinds of rock, form a cave-riddled limestone to complicated mixtures of igneous rocks, make up the foundations of the county; and it is this that gives it so much variety of form and colour to the scenery.

With a two-hundred mile coastline and some of the richest scenery in the country, County Donegal has carved a wonderful niche for itself as one of Ireland's most characteristic counties. Roughly one third of the county lies in the Gaeltacht, as various signs and shop fronts written in Irish will indicate. The supreme appeal of Donegal, however, lies in the natural beauty of its coast, with windswept peninsulas, precipitous cliffs and a host of golden beaches that rival any in Europe.