Island View Bed & Breakfast is well established accommadation.
Room 1 has a double and a single bed, ensuite, tea & coffee facility and sky tv.
Room 2 is identical to room 1
Room 3 is a large family room with 2 double beds and 2 single beds, ensuite, tea & coffee and sky tv.
Private parking and a hearty breakfast in the morning. Opened all year round.
Lovely unspoilt beaches close by. Annual local summer music festivals,
Mary From Dungloe, Donegal Shore Daniel O Donnell Festival and Burtonport Family Festival.
Large Golf Course and Boat trips to local Islands.
Sea Angling & Lake fishing. Senic walks and Drive's.
The GPS coordinates for Island View is:
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The name Donegal comes from the Irish 'Dun na nGall' meaning fort of the foreigner. Ireland's most northerly county has little in common with its neighbours in the Republic, either geographically or historically. Donegal's supreme appeal lies in the natural beauty of its coast, with windswept peninsulas, precipitous cliffs and a host of golden beaches that rival any in Europe.
She is a wonderful and warming host. She puts a lot of effort into her listing and you can feel it the minute you arrive. You'll have everything you need and you won't muss out on anything. I very much recommend this place to everyone!!!
We had a pleasant stay with Aine. The room was very comfortable and the breakfast set us up for the day! There was a pressure problem with the shower which I am sure Aine will resolve soon.
The location is nice and quiet, set back from the road some way. If you plan on having a few drinks on the town, you need to call a taxi which Aine will help you with. There were no bars/restaurants withing walking distance.
The room had heating, which we turned off because it was very warm. the room has many windows to let the breeze through which was great. You will be able to stay here comfortably all year round.
We have been nicely welcomed, everything was perfect, nice place and nice environment, good food, Aine did cook for us the fish we had caught in the sea, will come again.