Make the most of all that Donegal has to offer - Fishing, golf, diving, cycling, walking, surfing, sailing and more.

  • Cycle - from our holiday home in Dunfanaghy, through Ards Forest. We have a map of cycle routes through the forest at our holiday house in Portnablagh, Dunfanghy. With stunning scenery and gorgeous beaches this bike trip is not to be missed. Pack a picnic or avail of the goodies in the newly built wooden lodge serving refreshments.
  • Fishing - We can arrange your fishing trips with a fully skippered boat to include tackle, for a great day's fishing on the Atlantic. You can also hire boats from Arnolds Hotel Dunfanaghy and fish Sessiagh Lake in Portnablagh.
  • Golf - Our Donegal holiday home in Dunfanaghy is 1 mile from Dunfanaghy Golf Club.
  • Sea Sport - Plenty of dive sites - Visit Sheephaven Sub Aqua Club and dive in the clear waters around Dunfanaghy and Sheephaven Bay.
  • Surfing - Surf in the sea along its beautiful coastlines. Narosa surf shop has everything you. Narosa Surf Shop Dunfanaghy
  • Walking - Walk with Narosa Surf Shop, who provide organised accompanied walks. They will take you up Mount Errigal, the highest mountain in Donegal or Muckish Mountain, 'The pig's back in Irish'. A challenging climb but you can see for miles once on top on a clear day.
  • Castles - Stay at our holiday home in Dunfanaghy and visit Glenveagh National Park with its own castle and grounds to explore.

Do a bit of touring and See the sights or just relax - the choice is yours.

  • Tory Island - Take the boat to Tory Island and catch up on its history.
  • Glenveagh National Park - In July 2001 six Golden Eagles where released at Glenveagh National Park in an attempt to re-establish a viable breeding population of the Golden Eagle to the North West of Ireland. There are guided tours every day at Glenveagh Castle.
  • Beaches - There are lots of beautiful unspoilt beaches - many of them blue flag. Marble Hill Strand is just 2 miles from the holiday homes in Dunfanaghy and has a permanent life guard on duty.
  • Riding - Go back in history on horseback. Ride the "famine tracks" and obsolete railway routes. Horseride to places only accessible by foot or horseback.