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After a day of driving the Wild Atlantic Way and visiting the cliffs at Slieve League and the folk village at Glencolubmkille, we were delighted when we arrived at Gort Na Mona just outside of Ardara. Our room was in a separate building from the...More
Anyone considering who wants to experience Ireland's wild Atlantic way," must check out this top-notch B&B. Beautiful place, great breakfast, very reasonable. It's ran by a charming and knowledgable couple and their young family. The location allows breakfast eaters to enjoy the peaceful, hilly, green...More
One of the better B&B places we stayed at during our 3 week trip to Ireland, owners were very hospitable and helpful, rooms were excellent, clean, and comfortable, close to several very scenic and memorable tourist areas, highly recommeded!
The Gort na Mona is a modern, super-charming Bed and Breakfast located roughly a kilometer outside of Ardara in Donegal. The house warm and bright with great views; however, for the ultimate in rural Irish charm I would recommend that you request the two-bedroom thatched-roof...More
This house is really lovely. There are three Attica, but very large bedrooms, and we believe three more in another building immediately behind. Fiona and Lawrence are both so very welcoming and kind. Super quiet room upstairs, good bathroom (only a shower). Only downside was...More
There are some pubs in town, so it's manageable. Roads are narrow and dark, but we used our GPS to get there pretty easily, and it was at night. We have a Garmin and bought the SD card for Ireland and the UK. That was worth... More
There are some pubs in town, so it's manageable. Roads are narrow and dark, but we used our GPS to get there pretty easily, and it was at night. We have a Garmin and bought the SD card for Ireland and the UK. That was worth every penny!