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Welcome to Gweedore

A source of information for visitors to Gweedore

Accommodation in Gweedore Accommodation in Gweedore

If you're planning a visit to Gweedore any time soon, we are sure you'll have no problem finding suitable accommodation. Choose from a range of Hotels, Guesthouses, Hostels or Self-Catering to stay at during your visit.

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Eating out & Entertainment in Gweedore Eating out & Entertainment in Gweedore

During your stay you'll neither go hungry nor thirsty! From small cosy coffee shops to finer dining, you'll find a range of menus to suit all tastes and budgets and if you're still not ready for bed, you're sure to find entertainment in any one of Gweedore's many bars.

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Things to See & Do in Gweedore Things to See & Do in Gweedore

Nestled between the Derryveagh mountains & the wild Atlantic, Gweedore is a paradise for the outdoor enthiusiast..from hillwalking to Island-hopping there are activities to suit all ages and abilities..you may even pick up a 'cupla focal' along the way...

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Community Groups & Services Community Groups & Services

Community Groups & Services in the Gweedore area providing the community with vital services from sport clubs and schools to community centres and emergency services.

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Local Businesses Local Businesses

Here you can find a list of all local businesses and services in Gweedore and surrounding areas. These include newsagents, flowershops, hardware/diy, hairdressers, photographers, taxis & bus companies. 

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About Gweedore About Gweedore

This section contains information related to the parish of Gweedore such as Local History, Language and Culture in the parish as well as information regarding how to get here. 

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About Gweedore

The Gaeltacht area of Gaoth Dobhair is a beautiful area located between Na Rosa and Cloich Cheannfhaola in northwest Donegal.

It is situated between the mountains and the sea and is very picturesque. To the south, the proud peak of An Earagail, “King of the Hills”, dominates the surrounding area; on one side, Taobh an Leithid and Cró na Leacht, and on the other, the Doire Bheatha mountains, while Cró Nimhe and Dún Lúiche Lake lie quietly in the glen. To the north, beautiful views from Cnoc Fola; the bogs green with grass and brown with turf; wide secluded beaches and snug little piers look out towards the islands of Gabhla, Inis Meáin, Inis Oirthear and Inis Sionnaigh which form a chain protecting the mainland from storms and Atlantic gales.

 

 

Many reasons to visit........

 Delightful walks by the sea or in the foothills..... expansive unspoilt beaches…. A day with the family in Ionad Cois Locha in Dún Lúiche…. a fine golf course by the seashore in Machaire Gathlán....... spend a day in Gabhla Island strolling and sight-seeing….. take in the breathtaking views from the top of An Eargail…. taste the best of the local seafood in the excellent restaurants…... good fishing in our sparkling rivers and in the crystal clear sea…, Glenveagh National Park and Oileán Thoraigh nearby.i