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All reviewsthe main housesun roomlovely familyfriendly hostsperfect hoststhank you very muchbreakfast was deliciousguests feelentire familyannex buildingdistant seairish musicbreakfast roomyogurtenjoyed our stayhighly recommend this b blocation was perfect
We stayed here for two nights last month and enjoyed our stay. Off to a rocky start when we thought our car had broken down and Vera, Fiona's mother was kind enough to help us call up our car rental company - such a dear!...More
this b & B is just out of Ardara perched almost at the top . This provides spectacular views !!! We stayed in a separate annex which had everything you needed -- good wifi connection to tell your mates how good this part of Donegal...More
Response from fiona B, Owner at Gort Na Mona B & BResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your kind words. Yes we have indeed upgraded our wifi system to high speed fibre up to 140mbs 😀
Another superb b&b to add to our list. Again we met such friendly hosts which seems to be a standard thing in Ireland. Our room had space with a lovely comfy bed and all facilitys you could possibly require. Breakfast was so very nice and...More
I just stayed at Gort Na Mona near Ardara, County Donegal in Ireland for the 3rd time.
Upon arrival you are struck by the stunning view of mountain, pasture, sheep, a thatched roof cottage across the fied. The sunset from the upstair suite is brilliant...More
This place is tidy and clean, but the rooms are small and the walls paper-thin. The WIFI is intermittent, and when it works it is painfully slow. Overall this place is average, but not great; not what we were expecting for the price.
There are some pubs in town, so it's manageable. Roads are narrow and dark, but we used our GPS to get there pretty easily, and it was at night. We have a Garmin and bought the SD card for Ireland and the UK. That was worth... More
There are some pubs in town, so it's manageable. Roads are narrow and dark, but we used our GPS to get there pretty easily, and it was at night. We have a Garmin and bought the SD card for Ireland and the UK. That was worth every penny!
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"Rooms 6-8 in a separate building, 7 and 8 on the first floor have better views"