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We are a provider of amazing rock climbing adventures for all levels, regardless of experience. Our rock climbing ascents take place at Ireland’s most Northerly point, Malin Head, the home of Star Wars Episode VIII. Your guide is Bren Whelan, a highly qualified Mountain Instructors Certificate (MIC) & International Mountain Leader (IML) award holder, who has over twenty five years of experience rock climbing in Ireland and Worldwide. His passion is to guide people on Donegal’s finest sea cliffs and take them to truly unique places along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Monday to Sunday – 7 days a week.
Bren Whelan, Muff
Farren’s Bar is Ireland’s most Northerly pub. The Bar has been in the Farren Family for six generations since 1825! It has a warm friendly local atmosphere which is the ideal place to sit and relax for a pint and a chat. Entertainment most nights during the summer months, live music, quizzes, discos and traditional music. In winter, play pool, enjoy a real fire, chat and craic. Coffee and pizzas also available.
Malin Head, Inishowen
Gortnamullan Cottage is a spacious, modern four bed roomed cottage, nestled in the idyllic, rugged coastal surroundings of White Strand Bay in Malin Head at the northern most tip of the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route. The cottage has two double bedrooms on the ground floor, one of which is ensuite, two upstairs bedrooms with double and single beds. The cottage can sleep ten guests.
Gortnamullan CottageThis spacious four bedroom cottage has excellent accommodation for family or groups with information on local amenities, situated in Malin Head at the northern most tip of the Wild Atlantic Way
Gortnamullan Cottage, Gortnamullan, Malin Head, Co. Donegal
A beautiful and relaxing centre for everyone, which hosts a tourism information point, craft shop and Northern Bites Café (renowned for their homemade chowder and baked goods); Cultural Heritage exhibitions; currently on display the marine exhibition ‘Banba the basking shark’ a wonderfully creative exhibit on the life of Malin Head’s own basking shark Banba. Schools and youth groups welcome with a children’s colouring/workbook available. Malin Head Heritage groups homestead mapping and oral history project. Classes on-going patchwork, crafty corner, beginners art, afterschool, youth groups, Trad music; boot camp, cookery; forging. Maria Mc Conalogue, Manager. 9am-5.30pm (Mon-Thurs) 9am-4.30pm (Fridays).
Ballygorman, Malin Head
Located on the sea front above the pier and slipway overlooking “White Strand Bay”, the headlands of Inishowen and Fanad Peninsulas. The hostel offers modern budget accommodation with up to date facilities including a large double self-catering kitchen, dining and lounge area with 20 comfortable bunk beds in en-suite dormitories. Open all year round.
Port Ronan Pier, Malin Head
Ireland’s most Northerly Licensed Restaurant where you can dine overlooking the North Atlantic and watch the fishing boats arrive with the ‘Catch of the Day’ that will be served at one of our tables within hours. ‘Pub of the Year and Bar Food Guide’. All food prepared by Head Chef Roland Houston, former chef in House of Commons, Stormont Parliament & Johnny Foxes.
Ballygorman, Malin Head
Excellent accommodation, delicious home cooked food – much of which is locally sourced – and a wealth of information on local amenities. Whitestrand B&B is a stunning coastal haven nestled in Malin Head on the Inishowen Peninsula at the northernmost part of the Wild Atlantic Way and where Star Wars was recently filmed. All rooms are en-suite with free WiFi, spectacular views and especially of the Northern Lights. Nearby there are restaurants, bars, beaches, rock climbing, walks, cycling, diving, superb water sports, basking sharks, dolphins, seals, bird watching – corncrake, horse riding and the Famine Village.
Whitestrand B&B, Crega, Malin Head, Co.DonegalLocated near Malin Head's northernly point, we offer a friendly family run service
Mary Houghton, Crega, Malin Head