The Bridge to Cruit Island

Cruit Island is one of the main islands of the Rosses, now joined to the mainland near Kincasslagh. The Gaelic word Cruit can mean ‘a small harp’, or ‘a hump or a little hillock’.

The island resembles a harp just enough to allow the more poetically minded to opt for that derviation. Cruit is one of only two inhabited islands in the Rosses, the other being Arranmore, a big change from the time, just a generation ago, when most of the islands of any size were populated.

Cruit is connected to the mainland at Belcruit by a bridge built at the time of World War II, and the bridge, some of the finest beaches in Donegal and the golf course combine to make the island a very popular destination.

Teach Mary Doalty’s and Teach Liam

Teach Mary Doalty’s and Teach Liam are located just outside the village of Bunbeg in the centre of the West Donegal Gaeltacht along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.

Cruit Island Cottage

Cruit Island Cottage is located in a wonderful setting on Cruit Island near Kincasslagh. The holiday home enjoys spectacular views over the rugged West Donegal coastline towards Errigal Mountain

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.

The Last “King” in Ireland

Toraigh Island is small. It’s got less than 150 inhabitants, one paved road, one church, one grocery store, one hotel and – still – one king. Patsy Dan Rodgers is 71 and became king in 1993.

Arranmore Lighthouse From Above

Arranmore Lighthouse has been in existence since 1859 having replaced the lighthouse built in 1798 which had been de-commissioned in 1832. It is located at Rinrawros Point.

The Bridge to Cruit Island

Cruit is connected to the mainland at Belcruit by a bridge built at the time of World War II, and the bridge, some of the finest beaches in Donegal and the golf course combine to make the island a very popular destination.

Bunbeg Cottage

Bunbeg Cottage is a lovely 3 bedroom holiday cottage located between Derrybeg and Bunbeg in the heart of the the Gweedore Gaeltacht in West Donegal. All the amenities of both Derrybeg and Bunbeg are within easy driving distance along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Carrickfinn Old Schoolhouse

The Old School House on the Wild Atlantic Way is beautifully restored and offers quality self catering accommodation amid spectacular surroundings.