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Recent Donegal reviews

  • Fab time at this lovely cosy cottage

    "A super weekend spent with family walking on fantastic beaches and spending nights by the fire. The cottage has all you could ever need and more! This was my 3rd stay and we hope to be back again!"
    Guest: Lynne I. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: March 9, 2017
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  • Comfortable with a great location and views.

    "Easy to find with good parking space , and just a few steps from the first of 4 pubs in a row and with great take-away just 30 yards the other way. The Mace convenience store is just at hand as is the local butcher. A different beach for each day of your stay with our favourite being Fintra a couple of km past Killybeggs. Some good restaurants like Castle Murray and the wonderful view, food and service( try Sunday lunch or the seafood lunch) and Kitty Kellys specialising in seafood, beautifully cooked and served with some of the nicest smiles you will ever see. Go to Ardara and call in to Nancys for a tasty lunch and then on to Maghera beach past the waterfall. And the kitchen in the snug is well able to provide any type of meal,with most of the equipment you could ever need. Our stay was completed when the local accordion band paraded past on their charity march from Donegal town. Complete with exuberant marching girls they were brilliant. This memory will last."
    Guest: Jim B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 1, 2016
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  • A gem of a place

    "We returned home after two weeks in Ireland exploring Kerry, Cork, Galway and Clare. While they were wonderful counties, it is our week in Donegal that leaves the longest lasting imprint. The Hilltown could not have been more beautifully situated. The views from every window, from behind the house at the top of the hill, the Drumholm Cemetary, not to mention the spectacular Murvaugh Beach and the Donegal links golf course just down the road. I really had not expected so much. Donegal Town, when you take the time to really look, is an interesting, intelligent place. We loved the tweeds and the tailoring at Magee's. We loved selecting award-winning Irish sausages and fresh eggs at McGettigan's. We devoured our bowls of mussels and pints of Guinness at the Castle Bar. And then we happily returned each evening to the handsome, comfortable, and functional Hilltown farmhouse. We did our best to explore the beauties of Donegal - we climbed the Slieve League via the Pilgrim's Path on a spectacular, clear day. We walked in Glenveagh National Park (what a jewel !) and to the end of St John's Point. We drove up to Adara (charming town) and a little further north - more beauty! And we delighted in all the local weavers, potters, and knitters that County Donegal has to offer. My husband found a tremendously charming (and knowledgeable) guide to take him fly fishing for salmon on a local river. Horseback riding on the beaches of Sligo County (and seaweed spa baths) are about 40 minutes away. We fell in love with the place. When I come back to Ireland, it will be to return to Donegal and it's peaceful green beauty. And without question, I would stay again at The Hilltown."
    Guest: Bianca B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Beautiful rural little cottage

    "Lovely cottage in a rural setting. Peace & quiet in tranquil surroundings. Great base to get out and about and see the Irish countryside."
    Guest: Anne M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 14, 2016
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