3, plus cottage in the grounds.
Apr–Oct, by special arrangement for small groups in Feb and Nov.
sitting room, library, dining room, free Wi-Fi, 2-acre garden, golf.
per person B&B single €90, double occupancy €85–€90.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Restored with flair, Regina Gibson and Thomas Coyle’s ivy-hung former rectory is a warm and welcoming outpost on the Wild Atlantic Way. The Victorian family home has been returned to its former glory by Thomas Coyle, an antiques collector and restorer who uplifted the stained-glass windows, open fires and an elegant staircase. In keeping with its period, the house has been kitted out with a candle-holding chandelier above the dining room table; antiques and comfy sofas in the sitting rooms. The spacious, country house-style bedrooms, each with a compact bathroom, might have a library, a four-poster bed, a roll-top bath. Communal breakfasts are praiseworthy. Golf, fishing, horse riding and guided hikes in the Bluestack mountains can be arranged.
The Glebe Gallery houses the art collection of Derek Hill, the world famous landscape and portrait painter who lived and worked in Donegal from 1954.
A remote and hauntingly beautiful wilderness of rugged mountains and pristine lakes.
Ireland's most northerly links course, set beside the Atlantic Ocean.