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We were booked to stay in bell tent but received phone call n morning of departure from Brendan that we were being upgraded to the trawler as the tent had blown down the night before and he had to allocate another client and his family...More
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Response from Brendan R, Owner at Corcreggan MillResponded 12 August 2015
There are two sides to every story ... and we did suffer a series of disasters with a new Tepee design which we recently bought for this season. It was blown down in strong winds, immediately after installation by the supplier and then, after relocation...More
What a fantastic stay we had. Were passing through, just by chance found it when searching for a site and ended up staying 5 nights.
The facilities are brilliant, we had a Campervan and there are spacious pitches. A view westerly makes for a great...More
We stayed in the Carriage Hostel part of the Corcreggan Mill...so fun. The carriage rooms were really cute and comfortable. Brenndan was amazing, I learned a lot about the local culture and land. The gardens around the buildings were beautiful and interesting. Would definitely go...More
Had a really lovely stay. It’s v charming and a bit eccentric, got geese and a stream, and a boat lodged on top of a hill looking out to sea where you can sit and watch the sunset. Brendan is a great host, friendly, easy...More
we had a motorhome stop at the mill, it was great, nice and quiet with breath taking views, the hosts went out of there way to welcome us and the park was great just the right size for our liking.I travelled with disabled people and...More