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About Killybegs Holiday Park

“A Hidden Gem” “A Diamond” “The Best Kept Secret”

These are some of the ways visitors describe Killybegs Holiday Park. Regardless of language, the descriptions talk about the views, the serenity, thefeeling of being close to nature, close to the sea and close to being the ‘perfect’ campsite.

There is no advertising as such, so word of mouuth has helped spread the word all over Fraance, Spain, Germany, Italy, UK and further afield.

Owners/Founders/Adventurers
Owned and managed by your hosts, Patsy and Rose McGuinness, the welcome is as big as the view.

For over 20 years Patsy & Rose have welcomed people from all over the world.  They created a place to stay for visitors, where there was none. They found a spot of land, overlooking the water, with spectacular views and decided to share it.
The visitor reviews have been spectacular. On Google, Facebook, Trip Advisor, Lonely Planet and anywhere that visitors write reviews. Number 1, The Best, The Friendliest, the plaudits go on and on.

Ethos
This is not a business, but rather a labour of love, as Patsy & Rose work hard to ensure that every visitor leaves happy. This little piece of Donegal is special and they want to share it with visitors to Killybegs. Patsy is commonly referred to as ‘that nice Gentleman’ or as the man who always willing to lend a hand or help visitors enjoy their Donegal break.

Recycling is top of the list of priorities, as the owners attempt to facilitate their visitors without leaving any scars on the landscape. Ample bins are provided for all sorts of recycling.

As Curators of this site Patsy & Rose will add to its beauty, but will not take away from it.

To spend time here, is to feel an inner sense of peace. Try listening to the sea or the wind and even the rain. Feel the constant movement of air and smell the sea as it wafts up over the rocks, that hint of seaweed or dulse. Watch the local fishermen as they ply their trade, weaving in and out of their home port below you, with the catch of the day – maybe your dinner!