Creeslough Holiday Homes

Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheephaven Bay in northwest Donegal. It is 10km south of Dunfanaghy and stands on high ground overlooking an inlet that runs in off Sheephaven. The Irish word Creeslough means “The Belt of Lakes” – a reference to the many lakes that surround this charming village. The parish church, St Michael’s is notable for its architecture, being modelled on the nearby table mountain of Muckish.

Curlew Cottage

Curlew Cottage

Curlew Cottage is a four bedroom luxury cottage close to Ards Friary and overlooking Sheephaven Bay and Muckish Mountain

Lucky Shell Creeslough

Lucky Shell

Lucky Shell Cottage is an outstanding luxury holiday home with wonderful views over Sheephaven Bay.

The Mill Restaurant Dunfanaghy

The Mill Restaurant Dunfanaghy - The award winning Mill Restaurant has an idyllic location on the shores of New Lake on the outskirts of Dunfanaghy - a place which has become a haven for seabirds in...

Mulroy Bridge Donegal

Mulroy Bridge Donegal - one of the largest bridges in Ireland and it has been successfully constructed in an area of outstanding beauty, an extremely sensitive Special Area of Conservation and a...

Letterkenny Self Catering

Letterkenny Self Catering - Letterkenny is County Donegal's largest town and is centrally located for touring the major attractions of the northwest. The town has a buzzing nightlife and offers...

Dunfanaghy Golf Club

Dunfanaghy Golf Club is an 18-hole true links course laid out in 1905 by six times winner of the British Open, Mr Harry Vardon. It is situated  along the beautiful north-west coast of County Donegal...

The Olde Glen Bar

The Olde Glen Bar Carrigart Donegal – a true gem of an Irish country pub – with the added bonus of a superb restaurant. The McLaughlin family bar is reputed to be almost 400 years old. Low ceilings, weathered bar counter and furniture, open fires with one bar room leading into another behind – all combine to create a cosy and relaxing atmosphere.

Dunlewey Self Catering

  Dunlewey Self Catering - Dunlewey (Dún Lúiche) is a small rural community in the Donegal Gaeltacht, located in rugged scenery at the foot of Mount Errigal, the highest mountain in the County....

Dunfanaghy Workhouse Heritage Centre

Dunfanaghy Workhouse Heritage Centre is a multi purpose centre for locals and visitors alike featuring a famine museum, craft and coffee shop and art exhibitions. It is located along the Wild Atlantic Way just outside the village.

Creeslough Holiday Homes

Creeslough Self Catering – selection of holiday homes in the Creeslough area of Donegal. Book directly with owners.

Donegal County Museum

Donegal County Museum - The Museum is based in an old stone building, which was once part of the Letterkenny Workhouse opened in 1845. It is now a protected building. The exhibition in the first...

Dunfanaghy Fishery Donegal

Dunfanaghy Fishery Donegal - The Dunfanaghy fishery comprises of three lakes: New Lake, Sessiagh Lough and Port Lough. These lakes are controlled by the Dunfanaghy Angling Association. The...

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