Magee of Donegal

Magee of Donegal

Founded in 1866 in Donegal Town by John Magee, the company that bears his name has almost a century and a half of heritage and history. Over the years the original Magee store has developed from a small draper’s to a reputable clothing store. Today the company has three shops in Ireland and is a wholesale supplier for high quality independent retailers across Ireland, the UK and mainland Europe. It is also renowned for its luxurious and colourful fabrics.

Magee Donegal Tweed

The original store in Donegal Town is located on the Diamond and is just 100 metres from historic Donegal Castle.  The store is one of Donegal’s most important visitor attractions. Magee has always been famous for its own hand-woven tweeds but also stocked other leading brands. The giftware department in the Donegal Town store specialises in authentic Irish gifts including Irish Linens, Newbridge, Nicholas Mosse and Bellek Living.

Cecil's Cottage at Ballinarry


Located on an elevated site on the Old Golf Course Road, just outside Donegal Town, this modern, luxury cottage has panoramic views over Donegal Bay and the surrounding coastline.

Sea View Cottage

Sea View Cottage is lovely modern holiday home located in the vibrant tourist town of Donegal. Situated on a small hillside overlooking Donegal Bay the holiday home is 250 metres from the waters edge

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Donegal Tweeds by Magee


During the past decade, while the retail scene in Ireland was changing, Magee made huge efforts to keep abreast of fashionable trends. It now makes much sharper, slim-line suits. It also does continental, soft tailoring.  It makes elegant linen shirts, jackets and suits, and luxurious flecked wool sweaters. It produces gorgeous raincoats which challenge even the smoothness of Burberry. In addition it has been creating some womenswear lines and household pieces, such as table linens and blankets — all at great prices for the quality you get. In 2010 Magee launched a men’s formal wear hire service, available through all their stockists and stores, and from their website. It has been a tremendous success.

Up until relatively recent times the tweed used by Magee was traditionally produced by hand in the cottages around Donegal with patterns and colours inspired by the local landscape. While modernisation over the years has resulted in an alternation in the production and design techniques, the colours and inspiration of the cloth remains essentially the same.

St. John’s Point Lighthouse Donegal

St. John’s Point Lighthouse Donegal – used as a harbour light to guide from Donegal Bay and is used to also mark the north side of the bay leading to Killybegs harbour from the entrance to Rotten Island.

Country Markets in Donegal

Country Markets in Donegal are indoor that generally operate one day a week to market the shareholders’ fresh farm, garden and home produce and handcrafts

Studio Donegal Kilcar

Studio Donegal Kilcar, located on the outskirts of the southern village, has played home to an authentic hand weaving mill for over one hundred years.

Sea Sessions Bundoran 2013

  Sea Sessions Bundoran 2013 - Bundoran in Donegal has always been a popular destination for tourists and revellers alike. Lauded as one of Irelands must see seaside resorts, it can be found gazing out at the Atlantic Ocean and offers a wide range of things to do...

Bundoran Seaweed Baths

Bundoran Seaweed Baths Bundoran Seaweed Baths & Aqua Mara Treatment Rooms have a range of facilities and experiences perfect for the discerning adult looking for a combination of health and relaxation. The baths are located on the promenade behind Waterworld and...

Bundoran Waterworld

Waterworld Bundoran is one of Ireland’s Premiere Indoor Aqua Adventure Playgrounds featuring wave pool with wave machine, rapids and children’s water features, Slide Pool with 3 flumes; Tornado, Twister and Whizzer ~ fastest water slide in Ireland!

The Ballyshannon Drama Festival

The Ballyshannon Drama Society host the annual Ballyshannon Drama Festival. The first Festival was held in 1952 making Ballyshannon Festival one of the oldest in Ireland. From the beginning the festival has been well supported by the general public and the local...

Magee of Donegal

Magee was established in 1866 by John Magee, as a small drapers shop in Donegal, Ireland, buying and selling handwoven tweeds. The company is still designing and weaving luxury fabrics in Donegal – the ever-changing land and seascapes surrounding Donegal inspire colours and designs.

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