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Loved the atmosphere, lots of books, beautifully restored, cozy and warm library. Best breakfasts of anywhere we stayed in Ireland. A real treasure. The hosts are congenial and very helpful in exploring the area.
Just returned from another wondrous trip to Donegal, using Frewin as a base as I've done many times before. Cannot say enough about this incredible home. Regina is a delight and always greets us a with a warm Irish welcome. She and Thomas have created...More
A gorgeous 19th century rectory set in pretty gardens in the small town of Ramelton. Beautifully restored, quiet, romantic, and relaxing. Our hostess Regina was kind and interesting, and the rooms we had were the prettiest we staying in during our 2-week stay in Ireland....More
Stayed here for a night at the end of a week long trip around the North West and we both absolutely loved Frewin House!
It is a stunning old rectory with a genuine old world feel to it. As soon as you walk in it's...More
Wow fantastic beautiful house. Nicely decorated. Definitely come back here. The owner is a very charming lady who welcomes you and knows good eateries in Letterkenny. The breakfast was a great experience too.
Response from Frewin H | Property representative |
Dear Sir, Thank you for considering staying with us at Frewin. We are happy to offer you a double room with en suite for the nights of 28,29,30 July. Nightly rate is Euro 75 per person sharing including full breakfast... More
Dear Sir, Thank you for considering staying with us at Frewin. We are happy to offer you a double room with en suite for the nights of 28,29,30 July. Nightly rate is Euro 75 per person sharing including full breakfast.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Kind regards, Regina
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