First: The hotel was fully booked. So the owner gave us their small holiday house, which is directly beside the hotel at the old harbour of Bunbeg. So I can't write something about the hotel. The place would be really nice, but the holiday house was dusty and a little bit dirty. It wasn't cleaned before very well. Also the very old toilett in the ground floor smelled a lot. Fortunately, there's another toilett on the first floor. The stay was okay for one night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bunbeg House is a friendly guest house with en suite rooms in the village of Bunbeg, overlooking the harbour at the mouth of the Clady River.Bunbeg House has been run by the same family since it first opened in the 1970s, and has since featured in many books and magazines. All rooms have TV and tea/coffee making facilities.Food and drink is available in the bar, which opens in the summer. The relaxed, homely atmosphere makes it a good base from which to explore the Gaeltacht of Donegal.If you’re travelling with a younger child, cots and babysitting services are available.Whilst at Bunbeg House, you might visit Glenveagh National Park, the Dunlewey centre or Glebe Gallery. There are golf courses at Portnoo, Dunfanaghy and Cruit Island. Deep sea diving and surfing are available. ... more less
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