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Campsite in Killybegs Holiday Park

Location
The campsite in Killybegs Holiday Park is situated on the edge of the town of Killybegs. It is perched above the waters of Donegal Bay, with views back North across the harbour town and out East to St Johns Point and South to Ben Bulben in Sligo and South West to the north Mayo coastline.

This campsite in Killybegs is very quiet, apart from the sound of gulls overhead and the ebb & flow of the tides of Donegal Bay below.

The small bustling fishing port town of Killybegs is a short stroll or 3 minutes drive.

A small private beach and loads of fish in the crystal clear water, means you can stay onsite and never leave. Read a book, sip a glass of wine, let the day pass by in total harmony.

The site is off road and has silent security gates and offers a very friendly welcome. Your comfort is very important to the owners, Patsy & Rose McGuinness.

There is no shortage of electricity, fresh water, hot water or wifi.

GPS: N54° 37.374 W008° 27.233

 

Owners
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 to their campsite in Killybegs. The reviews have been spectacular. On Google, Facebook, Trip Advisor, Lonely Planet and anywhere that visitors write reviews.

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.

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.

Nearby
From the campsite in Killybegs, it is just a short drive to Fintra Beach, Slieve League Cliffs, Teelin, Kilcar and Glencolmcille, as well as Ardara, Glenties and Donegal Town, home of Magee of Donegal , Donegal Castle and the Four Masters. Try taking the local Waterbus

Go whale watching in Teelin or go sea angling from a number of small ports locally including Killybegs. Go shopping for tweed and woolen garments, a local speciality at Studio Donegal and many other local craft outlets.