Mountcharles Holiday Homes Donegal
The village is named for its founder, Charles Conyngham, an ancestor of Lord Henry Mountcharles of Slane Castle, County Meath. Conyngham is credited with building the village in the 17th century.
The Conyngham estate and its large estate house, close to the village, are now unoccupied. This is the ideal base for exploring Donegal with its miles and miles of mountains with inland lakes, the rugged coastline with its many bays and great expanses of sandy beaches, Donegal caters for all – there are championship golf courses, horse-riding, island trips, boating, surfing, fishing, mountain trekking.
Nearby there are numerous hotels with sports facilities for non-residential guests, and wonderful restaurants and pubs full of day and night entertainment not to mention Guinness as you have never tasted it before.