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I stayed in Teach Campbell in November with my fiancée and we were taken aback at the kind, warm hospitality; we had arrived en route from another part of the county and had gone straight to climb Mount Errigal, so when we arrived at the...More
This award winning accommodation definitely deserves its status.
We arrived on Saturday evening and received the best welcome. Albeit the area is an Irish speaking region, you aren’t made to feel bad when your Irish isn’t up to scratch anymore.
After being shown to our...More
I stayed here on my own as I was working locally. I was welcomed with a fresh pot of tea and shown to my room which was warm, comfortable and had a beautiful sea view. When I came back I was given a hot water...More
While hiking in the nearby hills I elected to overnight in Bunbeg rather than face the long drive home. Was greeted and shown to my room by a very friendly Lady with the kind offer of a cup of tea on arrival. Room was spacious...More
As we drove into the driveway of Teac Campbell, I was delighted to see the quaint ivy-trimmed home where we would be staying. We were promptly greeted by the hosts, who warmly greeted us as though we had been friends for years. We were escorted...More