The River House DungloeFamily owned Bed and Breakfast, located in the west town of Dungloe, offering top quality, clean, and affordable accommodation on the Wild Atlantic Way.
The River House Dungloe[ssba] Anthea and Ken’s family owned Bed and Breakfast is located in the picturesque town of Dungloe and offers top quality, clean, and affordable accommodations along the Wild Atlantic Way.
River House offers spacious ensuite guest rooms and an inviting living area. A full-service traditional breakfast is served in the dining room every day at 8am
After working and travelling across the world, Donegal native Anthea has returned to her roots with her American husband Ken. By combining famous Irish hospitality with good old fashioned U.S. customer service, their vision was to create a comfortable and affordable base from which to explore this wonderful part of Ireland. And the result is The River House.
Rooms and Rates
We have four standard ensuite double rooms and one large ensuite family room.
Update: We have added another 4 rooms to The River House B&B. These rooms are suitable for hikers or groups coming to play golf or fish. Additional room types: Triple, a double and 2 singles.
Fully disabled suite available.
Price Per Night:
€70 for two people or
€40 per person
Facilities: Free toiletries, Private Bathroom with Shower, Heating, Alarm Clock, Radio, Hairdryer, Wardrobe/Closet, Tea/Coffee Maker, Wi-Fi, Linens & Towels.
Full traditional Irish breakfast served daily & continental and vegetarian options available.
Shared lounge/TV area includes board games, DVDS, cards, & more!
Check-In: 16:00 – 19:00
Contact Anthea or Ken
contact email is riverhousedungloe [at] gmail.com
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