Oakfield Park

Oakfield Park is a beautifully restored 18th Century Georgian Deanery sitting in a lush landscape with 100 acres of parkland and mature woodlands to explore.

Aerial Views of the Fanad Peninsula

An aerial overview of the Fanad Peninsula from Aereaphotography taking you on a journey from Ramelton, through Rathmullan, over Knockalla to Ballymastocker Bay at Portsalon and finishing off at the iconic Fanad Lighthouse.

‘Wonders of the Wild Atlantic Way’ to target 10 million Britons

Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland have launched a new €1.8 million initiative, specially designed to boost tourist numbers from Britain to the Wild Atlantic Way
Ireland North West Business

NW Gateway to Growth

Ireland Northwest is exceptionally well placed as an investment hub for business and global companies seeking to establish a gateway to both the UK and EU markets.
The Harvey's Point Story Donegal

The Harvey’s Point Story

From an old cottage, hidden in the hills of Donegal, to one of the leading hotels in Ireland - this is the Harvey's Point story.
Maghery Coastal Adventures Donegal

Maghery Coastal Adventures

Maghery Coastal Adventures is a new and exciting initiative aimed at utilising this rich natural environment, with a strong focus on sustainability and community involvement.
Magheroarty Donegal Ireland

Magheroarty Donegal

Ideal for those who enjoy the great outdoors or those who are simply looking for a quiet break in beautiful surroundings. The beaches in this area are undoubtedly some of the finest in all Ireland.
Doe Castle Donegal Ireland

Doe Castle Donegal

This historic castle sits on a small peninsula along Sheephaven Bay, surrounded on three sides by water, with a moat cut into the rock of the landward side
Mulroy Bay Donegal

Mulroy Bay Donegal

Mulroy Bay is located between the Fanad and Rosguill peninsulas along the Wild Atlantic Way in north Donegal. It is approximately 12 km long along a north-south axis.
Carrickabraghy Castle Inishowen

Carrickabraghy Castle

Carrickabraghy Castle stands on a greenstone dyke in the north west point of the Isle of Doagh