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The Glen House

Straid, Clonmany Ireland
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Nestled in the valley between Rachtion Mor and the Atlantic ocean on the Inishowen Peninsula the Glen house has something for everyone. It is a perfect location for lovers of history, hill walking, bird watching or just exploring the fantastic countryside and beaches on offer. We are within a 5 minutes driving distance from the renowned Ballyliffin championship golf club. We are a family run guest house with 9 en-suite bedrooms. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, TV, direct dial telephone, and hair dyers. The rooms offer beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and our two executive rooms have ocean views, with room 1 even getting a glimpse of Malin Head! Rose Tearoom at the Glen house offers guests the chance to relax over tea and cream scone while taking in the beautiful local scenery. Glenevin Waterfall, which is entered via a connecting bridge from Glen House is a beautiful forty foot waterfall which has to be your must visit while staying at the Glen House.
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Janice S wrote a review May 2017
Newtownards, United Kingdom22 contributions40 helpful votes
Booked an over night here at the last minute. What a find! Our room was beautiful and immaculate. The ambience around the tea shop and craft shop was very relaxing. Very close to the waterfall, so we had a walk up to it this morning early and returned for breakfast. Breakfast was freshly cooked and delicious. We will definitely be back, already looking at our diaries. We were welcomed by the owners daughter who was extremely pleasant and helpful.
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Date of stay: May 2017
Fran-Maria wrote a review May 2017
Tipperary, Ireland194 contributions142 helpful votes
A party of 8 were away for the weekend and this was one of the places we had Lunch. The choices on the menu were good. The meals were of large portions and were all cooked to perfection. I have decided to start rating my visits to each venue's Toilets out of 10 as I think if people neglect the toilets then other parts of establishments are being neglected also and as these would not be noticeable to customers, but they could be of huge hygiene importance. Glen get a 10 for perfection.
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Date of stay: April 2017
hughieKillybegs wrote a review May 2017
killybegs75 contributions46 helpful votes
Absolutely a little piece of heaven on earth. A magical setting, beautiful attention to detail, gorgeous rooms, pulled out all the stops for a wonderful evening dinner, a lovely parlour to host our wedding service and a delicious post wedding champagne brunch. Congratulations to Dorothy, Síle and the team at the Glen House
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Date of stay: May 2017
Marshmit Dave wrote a review May 2017
Hampton, United Kingdom36 contributions9 helpful votes
Popped in after a visiting local scenery for a lovely afternoon tea. Very friendly with very nice sandwiches, cakes and tea. We then went for a walk to the waterfall. It was a lovely sunny day and a perfect stop off.
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Date of stay: May 2017
Noel and Team wrote a review Apr 2017
Killybegs Co. Donegal26 contributions12 helpful votes
This was my first visit to Clonmany. Imaging my surprise to find a stunning World class property set in the most rugged beauty of The Wild Atlantic Way.The house is immaculate, formerly the elegant home of a Land Agent who looked after the huge estates in this part of Donegal. There is love in abundance .. lots of art and bric a brac and little classy ornaments dotted here and there. There is a little quaint Tea House open daily during the Season offering lovely food and a little shop with tasteful crafts and amazing ice cream. Add to this a five minute stroll to the most stunning waterfall .. and wild open hills and dales for walking and you get the picture ! Rooms are delightful and the Lady of the House and her staff take immense pride in treating you like a long lost
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Date of stay: April 2017
US$97 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IrelandCounty DonegalClonmany
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