Things to see & do……
Play a round of golf at the Nick Faldo designed Old Links at Ballyliffin Golf Club Irish Open Golf Location 2018!
Hill Walking :
There are a range of hills in the local area with marked walks. Urris Hills, Rachton More, Bulben and Binion Hill to name a few. Sometimes we walk these hills and you can join us.
A perfect base for cycling for children and adults.
With Tullagh Equestrian Centre in the area, there’s nothing like a beach trek.
Fullerton reservoir ( Buncrana) is 400 acres in size and has a large population of both wild and stocked brown trout. The reservoir is fly-fishing. Beach fishing, rock fishing and pier fishing is available.
Glendowen Craft Shop and Studio encapsulates the wild spirit and beauty of the Inishowen Peninsula in Donegal. Based in Meentagh Glen, Clonmany, the beautiful workshop and retail outlet is where tradition meets contemporary, where beauty meets function and ‘craic agus ceol’ rings around its walls.
With the World Champion Seafood Chowder winner in Nancy’s Barn Ballyliffin, the Rusty Nail in Corssconnell and the three hotels in Ballyliffin serving extensive menus: you wont go hungry !
The Famous Clonmany Festival, is the longest running family festival in Ireland and it’s getting bigger and better every year! Dates for 2018 : Sunday 5th August to Sunday 12th August 2018.
The Seamus Grant Weekend is an annual festival of Traditional Music and Culture held in Clonmany and Ballyliffin in the 2nd weekend of October each year. Dates for 2018 : 12,13,14th October 2018.
The brand new Disappear Film Festival will occur for its second year 28th, 29th & 30th of September 2018. An exciting line of a range of films for you to relax and enjoy for the full weekend for all the family
Doagh Famine Village, Doagh Island
Gleneven Waterfall Park
Fort Dunree Military Museum
Inishowen Maritime Museum
Malin Head- Ireland’s most northerly point
Glenveigh National Park & Ards Forest Park
Ionad Cois Locha – Dunlewey Centre
Glebe House and Gallery
Newmills Corn and Flax Mill
Nearby towns of Carndonagh and Buncrana offer a selection of shops, cafes, boutiques, bars and restaurants for your leisure.
The city of Derry (approx. 45mins drive) has all the favorite high street names. Foyleside Shopping Centre is one of the biggest in Ireland.