Ireland is known the world over for beautiful scenery. Donegal and the North of Ireland is no exception. We have many sites of stunning natural beauty and untouched wilderness. Make Castle Grove your luxury base from which to explore the true greatness of the region.
Wild Altantic Way, Atlantic Coast, West of Ireland
Located on one of the routes of the Wild Atlantic Way, Castle Grove is the perfect base to explore the rugged natural beauty of the North West coast. Combine stunning scenery, seascapes & landscapes, with a taste of old Ireland, the Gaeltacht and many aspects of Irish history & culture.
Atlantic Drive, Rosguill Peninsula, Co. Donegal
Discover the beauty of the Atlantic Drive. This self-drive coastal route offers an unrivalled mix of great scenery with beautiful sandy beaches and quaint sea-side villages where the local welcome is warm and friendly.
Slieve League & Barnesmore Gap, South West Donegal
Slieve League is a mountain on the Atlantic Coast of County Donegal. It is one of the highest sea cliffs in Ireland (601m), standing almost 3 times higher than the more famous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. A perfect day tour from Castle Grove to visit Slieve League would also involve a stop at the beautiful Barnesmore Gap. The Gap is mountain pass in the Bluestack Mountains, on the way to South West Donegal.
Glenveagh National Park, Glenveagh, Co. Donegal
This is the second largest national park in Ireland. Situated in the Derryveagh Mountains in Donegal, it is a truly wonderful landscape. The Castle, Gardens and Lakes are a must see. Take a guided tour and view this untouched parkland which is also home to a herd of wild red deer.
Giant’s Causeway, Bushmills, Co. Antrim
Explore and discover the Causeway Coast, home to the world’s most majestic natural rock formations. The Visitor Centre, the Rope Bridge and a tour of Bushmills, home of the famous Irish Whiskey makes this a great day out.
For a taste of other great things to do and see while visiting Donegal and the North of Ireland, please view our gallery, where all images are labelled.