Had a short overnight stay in the B&B part of Corcreggan Mill but was absolutely mesmerized by it. Our rooms were nicely furnished, breakfast was simple but tasty. Faculties were perfect. Location was beautiful, nearby beach amazing + oven roasted pizzas in the town a must for…
My two friends and I arrived in Corgreggan on Fri, greeted by two friendly receptionists who checked us in then showed us round the property and the facilities available to us as campers. It's been 21yrs since I last camped in a field with no facilities so I was happy with what…
booked the “boat” greeted by nice girl who took us to the main attraction £140 euro for the night outside was covered in broken glass from a few wine and beer glasses and inside was covered in nut shells spoke to another couple there whos tent eas covered in blue mould not…
There was some confusion over our booking when we arrived for a family get together, but that was sorted out. Lots of character and good facilities for a family-friendly visit. The place could be cleaner and breakfast better.
very interesting place. great fun for all the family. solutions to suit all budgets. set in the heart of mystical and magical, wild and wonderful Donegal. hearty recommendation. 5 kids ages from 7 to 13, all had a ball
"Get a dorm room in the train carriage. Both times i stayed here I had the entire room to myself."
"Carriages were quirky. Bell tents looked cosy although someone said they were a bit damp. Probably the B&B would be best."
"Rent the trawler if you're looking for the unusual. It's not as comfortable as a hotel bed, but still comfortable enough."
"In busy periods light sleepers might ask for a room away from shared bathrooms (wooden floors/metal latches) or bring earplugs."