Our little house is situated between Derry and Donegal. It is the perfect place to explore the north and west of Ireland. The little cottage has an open fire and big garden you are free to enjoy along with other quirks hidden everywhere. Guests are free to make use of all the space.
“This little cozy cottage in this little hamlet off the beaten track were just the things we were looking forward to find. The conversation, the feelings of living where life somewhat stands still, the pub two doors down and the Derry experience made it one of our highlights of our 20 day self guided tours of this beautiful country. Our hostess was so accommodating, friendly and helpful.”
Our detached home overlooks the River Foyle with views of Donegal .In a private park 10 mins from the city by car. Safe parking for all guests. It is close to public transport. We have a modern ,comfortable room with good Wifi . Would suit couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
“From the moment I arrived at Majella and Sean's house I felt like part of the family. Friendly and welcoming they look after your every need and even with a full house - the other guest room was also occupied - they had everything under control. I was even offered the use of their en suite if the shared bathroom, was in use. You can also have your breakfast in the conservatory, perfect on a sunnny morning. Have already booked a return visit”
Our cosy log cabin is nestled into its own space just next to the beautiful Georgian house. It has an ensuite shower, double bed and gorgeous east facing country views. We are on the way to the Wild Atlantic Way and close to the historic City of Derry, And not forgetting our celebrated walled garden. Walk through wonderful ivy arches and explore winding paths. Also for an extra cost enjoy a delicious breakfast or brunch with all produce either sourced from the garden or within the locality.
“An absolute hidden gem! Great base to explore Londonderry and north Donegal. The wooden huts are so very clean fresh and cosy and the bed outstanding. It was lovely and relaxing lying in bed with the heating on and the window and curtains open showing the beautiful surroundings. The well stocked communal kitchen has everything you need to prepare food and a much welcome bonus. The gardens are beautiful, only once we had arrived did we properly research the history of Dunmore Gardens! If we are ever in the area we will definatly stop by again!”