May we offer you "A Céad Mile Failte"
A hundred thousand welcomes!

Slieve League Lodge (Sliabh Liag) is a family run holiday hostel offering excellent accommodation as well as a bar and restaurant situated in the beautiful village of Carrick at the heart of the stunning Sliabh Liag peninsula in Southwest Donegal. Come and stay with us and enjoy a warm welcome, brightly decorated rooms, good food and regular local entertainment and traditional music.

Additional facilities include en suite bedrooms, spacious modern fully fitted kitchen, hot showers, central heating, flat screen TVs in each room, common sitting room with large, flat screen TV, free WiFi and laundry facilities.

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We cater for the solo traveler, as well as couples, families and groups on either a self catering or bed & breakfast basis. So whether you intend to stay for a night or for a week or more, we offer excellent hostel accommodation, as well as a warm and friendly welcome. Stay with us at Slieve League Lodge (Sliabh Liag) and enjoy a drink in the bar, traditional music and great food in our restaurant.

Carrick is a small village in the Gaeltacht area of South West Donegal, an area renown for river fishing, sea angling and is rich in folklore and archaeology. It is home to a long tradition of hand woven tweed and knitwear and many festivals are held throughout the year. The visitor could not be better situated to explore the magnificent Sliabh Liag (Slieve League) Cliffs, the highest sea cliffs in Europe.

This is a must visit location not only for hill walkers, but for anyone who wants to experience the stunning raw natural beauty that is Sliabh Liag (Slieve League). Walking, angling and kayaking are all close by, so whether your interests lie in activities, sport, cultural events, sites, birds and wildlife, Carrick and the surrounding areas have it all.

Wild Atlantic Way - Experience Sliabh Liag,
Signature Discovery Point 3

Sliabh Liag - amongst the highest sea cliffs in Europe

"Sliabh Liag are amongst the highest sea cliffs in Ireland and the huge panoramas presented to you from these cliffs can look different in every segment. Bright azure skies appear next to blue grey shafts of rain which bolt sea and sky together. Still further across this ever changing canvas, beams of light, diffused by wisps of thin cloud, warm the cool grey water into pools of liquid gold. Donegal Bay majestically swoops towards you, while to the right; there is a lake at eye level as you walk upwards to see the jagged tops of Sliabh Liag cutting the scudding clouds. For the experienced walker One Man’s pass will take you to the summit of Sliabh Liag. For the leisure visitor the viewing platform will be all you need. Continue on to Glencolumbkille and visit the Folk Village where they have managed to freezeframe traditional folk life for posterity. Silver Strand (Trabane) is a spectacular hidden gem of a beach at Malin Beg and 7km south of Glencolmcille. The beach is accessible only from the sea or on foot via a series of steps, your challenge here is to count the steps down to the beach... be assured you will never get the same number, its one of life’s little mysteries. Extract from "50 Secrets of the Wild Atlantic Way - go where the locals go" Fáilte Ireland



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