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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.
Bunbeg Holiday Homes is a development of three- and four-star holiday homes, situated along a scenic area of Donegal coastline in the seaside village of Bunbeg, comprising 3 two-bedroomed cottages and 1 four-bedroomed house.
Cé Mhachaire Uí Rabhartaigh charactised by a stony coastline to the west and sloping hillsides to the south offering an exceptional view to Glassan Bay almost seemingly touching Inis Bo Finne with views to the remaining islands to the North.
Bunbeg Harbour provides spectacular views given it is situated in a confined low lying bay, enclosed by surrounding headlands. A ferry to Oilean Thoraigh (Tory Island) is available from here all year round.
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