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Food & Drink

The Point Inn Bar & Restaurant, Quigley's Point (2 minute walk away)

McCarron's Village Shop, Quigley's Point

(2 minute walk away)

Kenny's Bar Callaghan's Traditional Irish Pub, Quigley's Point

(9 minute walk away)

The Boathouse Bar/Restaurant, Redcastle (8 minute drive)

The Treehouse Bar & Restaurant, Muff

(7 minute drive)

Tank and Skinny's, Cafe and Eatery, Muff

(7 minute drive)

Rosato’s Bar & Restaurant, Moville

(12 minute drive)

Things to do in Inishowen 

Wild Ireland  - Animal Sanctuary, Walk among the ancient trees and encounter Bears, Wolves, Lynx and Wild Boar on your journey through the past.

Inish Adventures - Kayaking, Banana Boating, Inflatable adventure waterpark on the waters of Lough Foyle

Leisureland - Leisureland is recognised as one of Ireland's leading Indoor Fun Parks. Catering for children of all ages

Redcastle Golf Course - Golfers are in for a treat on Redcastle Hotel's own 9 hole parkland golf course. 

Greencastle Golf Course - Greencastle Golf Club is a beautiful 18 hole links course which nestles in the idyllic surrounds of the Inishowen Peninsula with idyllic views of Lough Foyle.

Maiden Heaven - Holistic Sanctuary providing Thai Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, Reflexology, Indian head Massage and Hot Stone Therapy

Location and History

Inishowen is Ireland's secret jewel. Rich in rugged & breathtaking landscape, it is remote, yet accessible. 3 hours from Dublin,1 hour and 45 minutes from Belfast International Airport or just 15mins from City of Derry Airport, it will reward your journey! 

The Inishowen 100 scenic drive is very popular with visitors and covers 100 miles of our beautiful landscape, covering many  of our best places of interest. 

Places you must visit while you are here include:

  • Malin Head, the most northerly point on the island of Ireland

  • Grianán of Aileach, a 4000 year old ring fort with stunning views over Lough Swilly

  • Doagh Famine Village, Step back in time and experience Irish life from the Great Famine of the 1840s through until the present day

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