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Bunbeg House

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Bunbeg House, The Harbour, Bunbeg, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 +353(0)749531305
 +353(0)749531420
 bunbeghouse@eircom.net

Bunbeg House, in Gweedore, County Donegal, was originally built as a corn mill in 1840. In the 1970s it was converted into a charming guesthouse.

If you need a great place to stay in County Donegal, consider the Bunbeg House in Donegal. A charming, friendly, family run guesthouse situated in the village of Bunbeg, Gweedore, County Donegal. The guesthouse overlooks the unique harbour at the mouth of the Clady River, which is famous for its salmon fishing.

It was originally a corn mill back the mid 19th Century and has been run by the same family since opening its doors in the 1970’s. There have been many renovations since then to its present comfortable, modern and yet distinguished charm. There is a terrace, where you can relax and enjoy the view of the picturesque Bunbeg harbour. Bunbeg House now has 14 luxury ensuite bedrooms. Friendly and intimate, Bunbeg House will delight you with its standard of excellence. WiFi is available in all the rooms and there is private car parking for guests.

The hotel standard accommodation with B&B prices in Gweedore, is well known and is one of the finest guesthouses in Donegal. This is a wonderful place to visit, located in an ideal location to explore the Gaeltacht of Donegal.

Whilst at Bunbeg House, you might like to visit Glenveagh National Park, Dunlewey Centre, Glebe Gallery, Slieve League, Ards Forest, or climb Mount Errigal. There are many natural beauty spots to explore and activities to enjoy like surfing, fishing, water sports and also many fantastic golf courses including Portnoo, Dunfanaghy, Cruit Island, and lots more.

You can also walk along the sandy beaches or through the mountains, take a boat to nearby islands, or just relax at the guesthouse and enjoy a sunset over the harbour. Bunbeg House is a great place for families, friends, couples, and groups.