Dún Na Sí offers a flat screen TV and a desk in each room and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as Wi-Fi is provided. For guests with a vehicle, free private parking is also available.
Dún Na Sí can be used as a base from which to explore the Wild Atlantic Way and the North West of Ireland. Things to do in the area include exploring monuments and statues such as the Rory Gallagher Statue and Erne Estuary Fishermen Memorial Monument.
Ballyshannon is known as the oldest town in Ireland and has a long distinguished heritage. Home to the Rory Gallagher Festival, The Ballyshannon Folk Festival and the Allingham Arts Festival, Ballyshannon has a wide range of entertainment available throughout the year.
Coarse and sea angling is available within minutes of Dún Na Sí. The property overlooks the Erne Estuary and Donegal Bay. Bundoran, Murvagh and Rosses Point golf courses provide the golfing enthusiast with a range of courses to choose from. The property is ideally located for those wishing to enjoy watersports in the North West. Surfing, kayaking, kite surfing and sailing can be enjoyed on Rossnowlagh, Murvagh or Bundoran beaches. The Lakeside Centre also runs courses in kayaking, sailing, water safety and much more.
This property is approved under B&B Ireland’s Quality Framework.