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Radharc an Ghleanna

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Reviewed 13 December 2015 via mobile

We found this B&B by chance while roaming Donegal without a planned trip. Turning away from the main road, we were warmly greeted by the owners and made comfortable like we were at home. The room we had has an enchanting view on the lake, surrounding mountains and nice sheeps grazing in the nearby meadows. Also, it is conveniently near...

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Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 August 2015

We stayed at this b and b for 4 nights when we came over to attend a wedding at the An Chuirt hotel nearby. The view we were met with when entering the room was beautiful, to have such a site right on your doorstep is truly wonderful. We spent most of our weekend visiting with relatives elsewhere so we...

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Langley, Canada
Reviewed 17 May 2015

We enjoyed our stay very much as it was clean and the view out our window was so very beautiful highlighting Dunlewey Lough. Only a short walk to the Poisoned Glen and Mount Errigal right at our doorstep. Patrick and Nuala our hosts were warm in their welcome and were more than happy to let us know where to find...

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County Monaghan, Ireland
Reviewed 30 December 2014

I have stayed in this wee B&B three times now and it would always be my first choice while visiting the Gaoth Dobhair district of West Donegal. Arriving late at night (on the last occasion), I was taken in to the sitting room and was served a welcome pot of tea and an assortment of buns and biscuits in front...

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Belfast, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 May 2014

Stayed in Radharc an Ghleanna whilst attending a wedding in the nearby church. The scenery was breathtaking, so much beauty to take in. The hosts Paddy and Nuala were so welcoming. We were treated to a lovely tea, dining on Nuala's home made bread, exquisite. Then a great local history lesson by Paddy, so interesting. Ps, Paddy, we watched the...

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Saint Cloud, Minnesota
Reviewed 10 May 2014

I did a cycling trip from Galway up to Donegal and came across this great place. It's such a beautiful and peaceful area, certainly off the beaten trail. Nuala and Patrick were excellent hosts and were very accommodating. Nuala's breakfast was the perfect start to another day of cycling. The house was very well kept and clean and I found...

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Magherafelt, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 May 2014

I've never had the opportunity to be in such a beautiful place and we come back to this place every year. Friendly people surround you with its hospitality and help, you feel like family. Rooms very nice and very clean, very quiet and relaxing environment. Food very samczne and fresh air (homemade bread, which straight from the hens). Here you...

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The Hague, The Netherlands
Reviewed 7 March 2014

I'm an architecture student and spent 2 nights at the B&B together with my brother, in order to visit the Dunlewey Old Church and do some research for a project. Nuala and Patrick O'Donnell are just wonderful people! They've been so kind to open up for us even though the B&B was technically closed. They helped me find more information...

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Paris, France
Reviewed 8 August 2013

We stayed here couple of nights in May and have never been in a more hospitable place. Lovely people and marvellous scenery with a lake and a mountain on the other side of the house. Clean and nice place. Made friends with 1-day-old sheep babies of the B & B and hiked in the nearby natural park. We recommend warmly....

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Derry, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 July 2013

Been staying here over last three years and Nuala and Paddy s hospitality, friendliness and helpfulness are always first class. Excellent breakfasts and comfortable room with exquisitwe view over Dunlewey lake. Cheap at the price.

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Address: Moneymore, Dunlewey, Ireland
Region: Ireland > County Donegal > Dunlewey
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Number of rooms: 7
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“Ask for a room overlooking the lough, if possible .. and use whatever Irish you have as they are happy to converse 'as Gaeilge' and will assist the learner when stuck for a word!”
 of 5 bubbles brianmacd2014, 30 Dec 2014 | Read review
“All of the rooms are beautiful; you really can not go wrong.”
 of 5 bubbles aejae212, 23 Apr 2013 | Read review
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