Iniscuil Holiday Home Bunbeg

Iniscuil House is a 4 bedroom holiday home situated in the heart of Bunbeg village in the Gweedore Gaeltacht. With views of the majestic Mount Errigal to the front and Magherclogher Beach to the rear, this lovely self catering accommodation is an ideal base to explore the rugged beauty of West Donegal.

The holiday home is just a 5 minute walk to the fabulous Magherclogher strand – a beautiful sheltered beach famed for its iconic boat scene. Magherclogher is just one of many fine beaches along the coast between Bunbeg and neighbouring Derrybeg.

This coastline also features a number of small harbours. The main harbour is in Bunbeg itself and here you can catch ferry boats to some of the Gaeltacht islands including Gola and Tory. The rugged landscape that surrounds the holiday home is ideal terrain for the keen walker or cyclist while the very scenic Gweedore Golf Club is a 5 minute drive away.

The holiday home is located in the heart of the Gweedore Gaeltacht. Along with the Irish language a healthy traditional Irish music scene has survived in Bunbeg and the wider Gweedore area. During the summer months there are music sessions in the local pubs in both Bunbeg and Derrybeg. Leo’s Tavern in Meenaleck (7km) is the home of the world famous Clannad and Enya and holds regular music sessions throughout the year.

Iniscuil House Bunbeg

Iniscuil House is a 4 bedroom holiday home in the heart of Bunbeg village in the west Donegal Gaeltacht. It’s within easy walking distance of all amenities.

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