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This pleasantly looking, very well maintained B & B is an excellent choice when visiting Donegal/Ardara. It is very quietly located at about a 7 minutes’ drive from Ardare. The owners were very helpful and friendly, the room was spacious, pretty and clean, breakfast was...More
We (2 couples) spent only 1 night at this charming B+B. Fiona was out when we arrived at her delightful mother got us situated. The rooms were very comfortable. The breakfast was yummy and the hospitality of the entire family was amazing. Highly recommend a...More
Our 3 nights stay at Gort na Mona was wonderful! Fiona & Lawrence are warm & welcoming. The place & grounds are beautiful and our room was so very cozy & comfortable. It's situated just a few miles from Ardara so pubs & restaurants are...More
This B&B is close to town about 5 minutes drive. Family run business, you get to meet Fiona and Lawrence and the children who are the perfect hosts and so knowledgeable about the town and surrounding places. Our room was spacious and very comfortable with...More
Very nice B&B, very good breakfast and friendly family ! I stayed there 2 times, once with my mum and my sister and once with my aunt and we all had a great stay. I recommend this B&B to everyone! I will be back for...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... 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!