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Drumbeagh House

Conlin Road, Killybegs Ireland
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#2 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Killybegs
Drumbeagh House B&B in Killybegs, Co. Donegal gives you the best of both worlds - it is situated in a quiet scenic area of Killybegs with panoramic views of Killybegs harbour, yet only a 5 minute walk away from Killybegs town. The house is an approved country home offering you a luxurious and comfortable stay with beautiful views. The proprietors Tom & Phil will make your stay a memorable and enjoyable one.
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KevinRemme wrote a review Jun 2016
2 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a very good stay here, the rooms are so clean en nice! Breakfast was fantastic! Beds are good and there is a nice hot shower! Thanks to Tom and Philomena for welcoming us in their home! We would recommend this b&b to everyone!
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Date of stay: June 2016
Gayle H wrote a review Jun 2016
Bonners Ferry, Idaho18 contributions13 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our night here. Breakfast was delicious with a nice garden view. Our room was very comfortable and our hosts really helped with lots of information about the area. We would recommend this b&b for people who are driving he Wild Atlantic Way.
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Date of stay: May 2016
Cassie G wrote a review Jun 2016
Batavia, United States33 contributions5 helpful votes
My husband and I loved our stay at the Drumbeagh house in Killybegs. It is a super cute town with great views! The B&B was wonderful and Tom was a wonderful host. The room was very clean and had a gorgeous view of the countryside. It was an easy walk down to town and couldn't have been more peaceful and quiet. We loved our stay there while going to see the cliffs of the Slieve League. Would definitely recommend for a stay!
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Date of stay: June 2016
John d wrote a review Oct 2015
8 contributions1 helpful vote
We rode down a steep winding road to Killybegs Harbour after a long day cycling along the Donegal coast, and then climbed the hill overlooking the town and harbour to Drumbeagh House, where a we found a kind and generous welcome. We were greeted with smile, tea and fresh home-made cake, and relaxed in the lounge room watching Rugby on cable TV while Tom handled our bikes and bags. Our room was modern, clean, well-equipped and had a very spacious bathroom and a superb view down over the town and fishing port. The WiFi was free and fast. There was a hill in the air, and Tom insisted on driving us down to the old town for dinner, although it was not a long walk, and recommended a fine pub restaurant, The Fleet Inn, which specialises in local seafood and farm produce, but with a
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Date of stay: September 2015
WeirHitchinson wrote a review Sep 2015
Mississauga8 contributions3 helpful votes
Excellent B&B. Comfortable accommodation with large ensuite. Stayed two nights in room overlooking Killybegs Harbour, a major Atlantic fishing base. Family-friendly home where guests are able to enjoy sitting in living room. Tom and Phil, great hosts. Top quality Irish breakfast with a option for locally smoked salmon the next morning. Quick intro to GAA and Hurling provided as our visit coincided with major matches. Easy walk into Killybegs city centre where there are many pubs and restaurants. Great base to access Slieve League Cliffs along the Wild Atlantic Way. Free WiFi.
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Date of stay: August 2015
IrelandCounty DonegalKillybegs
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