Corcreggan Mill is situated near the lovely coastal village of Dunfanaghy, County Donegal. It offers a variety of accommodation options, including the Mill House, which was rebuilt in 1999 and features traditional, warm décor.
Located near Dunfanaghy, Corcreggan Mill is a five-acre, pre-Celtic site that serves as a peaceful tourism and retreat venue. It is home to the Mill House, a lodging that offers bed-and-breakfast and self-catering options.
The Mill House was rebuilt in 1999. It features antique and old-fashioned furnishings with a homely, warm ambiance. There are eight ensuite and two standard bedrooms, which can accommodate up to 30 guests. The property includes a kitchen, dining room and sitting room on each floor, as well as a conference/meeting room on the ground floor.
Corcreggan Mill is situated in a tranquil location on the northwest coast of Couty Donegal, between Dunfanaghy and Falcarragh. In addition to exploring the many fascinating archaeological sites in the area, visitors can visit Tory Island, Glenveigh National Park, Doe Castle and the Horn Head sea cliffs.