I have never stayed in a B&B before and was rather apprehensive when I booked. I should never have worried. I was in Ireland for a wedding, my friends had all managed to get rooms in hotels near the venue and were paying £100 a night. What would I get for 35 euros? Well, I got a good nights sleep, a full breakfast including cereal etc. a beautiful view of the Loch from my window and so much help from Alan and Brig. The accommodation was a beautiful old house that was clean and comfortable. I should never have worried.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- On the Western shore of Donegal's Inishowen Peninsula, Linsfort Castle is a country house overlooking Lough Swilly. According to Dr John Corbett a Trinity historian who lived in the Castle from 1938 to 1943 it was originally built around 16o0 as a fortified tower house which together with a sizeable estate was made over to Paul Benson a London Stonemason, as part payment for the contract to build the Walls of the City of Derry. It was rebuilt in 1720 by his grandson Captain Arthur Benson. The house is described in “ Classic Irish Houses of the Medium size as "an H plan house of 1720 with an armorial tablet”.We offffer spacious accommodation where you can relax and feel comfortable in this lovely rural coastal setting. We have over an acre of lovely gardens and a terrace with a lough view. * large double bedrooms with Lough views - single beds can be added to make family or twin rooms * three bathrooms/shower rooms adjacent to bedrooms * large lounge with open fire, library, table games, quizzes * meals are served in our Old Irish kitchen with crane and inglenook fireplace * private sun terrace with Lough Swillly views * freeWiFi broadband ... more less