Welcome to your
Home away from home
ErrigalView offers the most beautiful view of the Derryveagh mountain range. On a clear day you can even spot Horn Head, near Dunfanaghy. And contrary to popular belief, there are plenty of sunny days in this part of Ireland. And on clear nights, take a look up and watch the galaxy, unspoiled by artificial lights.
Home away from home
Our rooms are fitted with two fantastic beds that can be arranged as two singles or as one twin, comfortable chairs, an en-suite with rain- and hand shower and a well equipped guest lounge.
The continental breakfast, including homemade jams and granola and eggs from our own chickens, will provide you a healthy start of the day. Leftovers? Make yourself lunch! We don’t want anything to go to waste.
This is the perfect location from where to explore the northwest of Donegal. All the beaches, islands, mountains like Errigal and Muckish, valleys like Poisoned Glen, parks like Glenveagh National Park and Ards Forest, villages like Dunlewy, Dunfanaghy, Falcarragh and Burtonport, and much more are within a short drive.
You are very welcome at our bed & breakfast in the beautiful Donegal
We are a small, rural B&B with just two comfortable guest rooms and a well equipped guest lounge, so plenty of opportunity to relax and enjoy the scenery.
When you stay with us, you are our guests, not a number. Our personal approach was rewarded with an average Booking.com review score of 9.9 in our first (2022) season!
It’s impossible to top that one, but we’ll do everything to make our 2023 guests feel at least as welcome.
Giny & Dirk
We are a Dutch couple that moved to Ireland from The Netherlands in June 2020. Though formally enjoying our early retirement, we did not want to sit back and do nothing. Instead, we put a lot of effort in upgrading the standard bungalow with detached garage into a modern, comfortable and energy efficient home (A2 BER and climbing) and workshop, where we keep ourselves busy with our crafts.
We are located in Donegal, EIRcode F92 XY66, along the N56, near the Wild Atlantic Way.