The Silkie Whiskey from Donegal

The Sliabh Liag Distillery will be the first distillery in Donegal for 174 years and their first whiskey is The Silkie – named after the legendary shape-shifting, sea-maidens with long dark hair, deep soulful brown eyes and enchanting voices that were nearly irresistible to any man.

Sliabh Liag Distillery Charter

1. We are reclaiming the distilling heritage of Donegal building a legacy that the whole community are fiercely proud of.
2. We are distillers, this is our home, you are very welcome.
3. We work with courage and conviction and if we don’t believe in a job we wont take it on ever.
4. We are resilient and resourceful, we get the job done.
5. We are seanachaí, story tellers that respect lore and build for the long term.
6. We love what we do, sometimes just for the devilment.

Sliabh Liag Distillery

Sliabh Liag Distillery

The Sliabh Liag Distillery

The Silkie Whiskey Donegal

Moville to Greencastle Shore Path

This 3km long path skirts the shores of Lough Foyle between the popular seaside resort of Moville and the fishing village of Greencastle….

The Seaside Village of Rathmullan

Rathmullan, scene of The Flight of the Earls in 1607, is located on the western shores of Lough Swilly and looks across its waters towards the hills of Inishowen.

Annora Bar Narin

Annora is a village pub, B&B, and café, proving an excellent service for locals, returning visitors and tourists alike. Feedback from customers constantly proves that Annora is a welcoming, vibrant and versatile hostelry.

Wild Atlantic Way Rock Climbing

Bren Whelan and Wild Atlantic Way Climbing, show case Ireland’s most Northerly Point – Malin Head using dizzy drone footage of Donegal rock climbing!

Chris Hadfield Space Oddity

During late 2014, Chris Hadfield visited Inishowen and Malin Head to experience Donegal’s section of the Wild Atlantic Way and the recent death of David Bowie brought this visit back to mind.

Teelin Harbour

Located in south west Donegal, Teelin harbour provides shelter from the Atlantic waves and is the departure point of boat trips to the Sliabh League sea cliffs.

Chasing the Northern Lights

Chasing the Northern Lights off the north coast of Ireland has become a pursuit of passion for Donegal’s photographic community.

Glashedy Rock from Ballyliffin Golf Club

The imposing Glashedy Rock is located in Pollan Bay just of the north Inishowen coastline. If you play either of the 2 courses at Ballyliffin Golf Club, several of the holes have panoramic views over the Bay towards the rock.

Porthaw Beach Buncrana Inishowen

This secluded beach is located close to Ned’s Point along the shorefront walk leading to Fr Hegarty’s Rock and Stragill to the north of Buncrana.

Moville Pier Inishowen

The pier and shorefront area in the seaside village of Moville, Inishowen. Once used as an emigration point, now popular with fishermen and the local rowing club.