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Regina Gibson and Thomas Coyle’s creeper-covered Victorian house is a warm and welcoming place on the outskirts of a heritage town at the mouth of the River Lennon. More

Contact details

Frewin
Rectory Road
Ramelton
Co. Donegal
.
Ireland
Tel 00 353 74 915 1246,

Hotel information

Bedrooms

3. Plus 1-bed cottage in the grounds.

Open

Apr–Oct, by special arrangement for groups of 4–6 in Feb, Mar, Nov.

Facilities

Sitting room, library, dining room, free Wi-Fi, 2-acre mature garden, golf, horse-riding.

Background music

None.

Children

Not under 10.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

Per person (sharing) B&B €75–€85.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Regina Gibson and Thomas Coyle’s creeper-covered Victorian house is a warm and welcoming place on the outskirts of a heritage town at the mouth of the River Lennon. The owners have run their B&B for nearly 20 years. A labour of love, the family home has been refurbished ‘with flair’ – Thomas Coyle, an antiques collector and restorer, has returned the stained-glass windows and elegant staircase to their original splendour, adding a collection of antiques, squashy sofas and candle-holding chandeliers. Sleep in one of the spacious country house-style bedrooms, each with a compact bathroom and woodland views. Book lovers, ask for the suite with its own library. Sit down to a praiseworthy communal breakfast in the morning, then take a stroll through the town to the water’s edge.

Special offers

10% discount voucher

This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.

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Frewin
Rectory Road
Ramelton
Co. Donegal
.

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