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We stayed 2 nights in April. Fiona and Lawrence were fantastically helpful, chatty and friendly. The breakfast was superb - fruit, yogurt, cereal, scones, homemade bread, muesli, juice, tea, coffee. A full fry was on offer but I was more than happy with the continental....More
Stunning scenery that cannot be described/ pictures from suite window attached. Family owned and operated. The owners are kind, helpful and caring. The breakfasts are to order and no one should go away unhappy.
I return to Gort Na Mona for the memories it hold...More
It's in a great location for Ardara and touring Donegal. It's comfortable, spotless, and quiet - both Laurence and Fiona are great hosts with a real eye for detail and an ability to make guests feel very much at home. The views are stunning and...More
We spent 3 extremely enjoyable days at this B&B - my wife thought that it was the friendliest B&B we have ever come across. Fiona is the ultimate in hostesses & Laurence one night asked if we would like a hot whiskey toddy; we didn't...More
Gort Na Mona is a cozy warm, home away from home! Both Laurence and Finonia pay full attention to the smallest of details, to ensure their guests are taken care of. The accommodations are clean, ensuite rooms are quite comfortable in size. There is a...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!