Let us warmly welcome you to Bundrowes House, Bundoran Group Accommodation.
This is a 19th Century sea-side estate with panoramic views of Donegal Bay and the surrounding country-side.
Bundrowes is set on 10 acres of pristine coastal land and is located on its own small island on the banks of the Drowes River, which borders counties Donegal and Leitrim.
There is ample space to explore, socialise and reflect in private. Suitable for a family stay or group get together.
The Drowes River is Ireland’s foremost Salmon River, and often boasts the first salmon catch of the year in the early spring. Only 2.5 KM from Bundoran with an abundance of Restaurants, bars, walking trails and beaches.
Bundrowes contains everything you would hope to find in an Irish country house including high lofted ceilings, wood burning stoves, large bay windows and horses in the adjacent field.
A home away from home, with plenty of room to relax in front of the wood burning stove, whip something up in the kitchen or chill out in the bedrooms.
Tullaghan itself lies along the coast road overlooking the broad Atlantic, which is known for its deep sea fishing and surfing.
The River Drowes rises from Lough Melvin flowing west for five miles until it enters the sea above Tullaghan in County Leitrim. It is a good spring and summer salmon river.
Prices are €500 per night and the houses sleeps 20 people in a total of 7 rooms.
For more details, or to book, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call in the office +353 (0)71 9829952.