We were very happy to have stayed there. The breakfast was awesome! She even packed muffins, yogurt and scones for the road. 2 thumbs up! and more! :)
Breakfast was very good and good service. Lovely dining room
great staff food very good used leisure facilities and loved it
Room was spacious and spotless, the owner was friendly and couldn’t do enough for us. We would definitely stay here again 😊
Very friendly staff. Excellent breakfast. Very clean with comfortable beds. Staff gave great suggestions of places to visit. Wiuld definatly stay here again.
Very friendly staff, clean comfortable room and close to a host of amazing views of Donegal
The house was great. We stayed five nights and we would stay here again. Will sleep 7 comfortably. House has many updated features. Comfy beds, two bathrooms, family room and fully stocked kitchen. One of the best kitchens we've seen. Washer and dryer are great. Big for Irish standards and work great. ...
When you visit the breathtaking Malin Head on northernmost tip of Ireland, you’ll soon understand why the tourist trail here is called the Wild Atlantic Way. At the peak of the Inishowen Peninsula, Malin Head offers some of the most indomitable views you will ever see over the northern Atlantic and its geological marvels are second only to the Giant’s Causeway Coast.
There is evidence of human settlement in Malin Head dating back to the end of the last Ice Age. More recently – at least, historically speaking – the area held a military watchtower, used during the Napoleonic Wars. During World War Two, Malin Head was used as a detection point for German U-Boats in the Atlantic Ocean.
As well as a fascinating history and impressive views, the epic craggy coastline of Malin Head is the perfect habitat for an array of fascinating birdlife. Many species of sea bird pause here during their autumn migration. If you think you can brave the weather, this is the perfect time to pay a visit to Malin Head. Bring your binoculars and you might see anything from corncrakes to Atlantic puffins and choughs, as well as many other varieties of bird.
In recent years, Malin Head has also seen some spectacular displays of the Northern Lights, making winter a particularly good time to come. Keep your fingers crossed and you may be able to experience this awe-inspiring natural phenomenon for yourself – it really will take your breath away.
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