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Slieve League Lodge (Sliabh Liag) offers Fáilte Ireland registered holiday hostel accommodation with a wide range of rooms including twin, doubles, triples, plus two family rooms. Each room is brightly decorated with a double wardrobe and bedside locker and has an en suite shower room and central heating. All rooms also have a flat screen TV and free WiFi is available throughout the building.

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Sliabh Liag / Slieve League 

Sliabh a'liag dominates the lower half of the Glen river valley. Geologists tell us that the Sliabh Liag - pronounced "Slieve League" cliff rocks were laid down on the bottom of a long vanished ocean half a billion years ago.

Bunglas

During a visit to Bunglass pronounced "Bunglas" or Carrigan Head the stresses and strains the area has been subject to can be seen. More recent geological events such as the ice ages of the past million years has carved out the two corries, which hold Lough Agh and Croleavy Lough

Highest cliffs in Europe

Sliabh Liag /Slieve League sea cliffs are the highest cliffs in Europe at 900ft (300m). The highest point on the Sliabh a Liag cliffs is where the Ordinance survey cement triangle point marks it at 1,972 ft or 600 metres. If you have a good head for heights there is an incredibly beautiful walk from Bunglas to Malinbeg near Glencolmcille.

One Man's Pass

The One Man's pass walk is not for the faint hearted with spectacular and impressive scenery right along the cliffs. To reach the starting point for this walk, take the dramatic 6 km drive beyond Teelin to Bunglas Point along roads with hairpin bends and steep drops to the sea.

Terrific Views

From the viewing point there are terrific views across Donegal Bay towards the mountains of Sligo and Mayo. To the west is the North Atlantic Ocean as far as the eye can see. To the North West is Rathlin O'Byrne island and Glencolmcille. A short walk will take you to the right of the amazing cliff face of Bunglas which rises over 306m above the ocean. Bunglas literally means end of the cliff.

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Activities Around The Area

There are a wealth of activities around the surrounding area of South-West Donegal. Check out some of the best ones below. Don't forget to also see our activities section for more information.

Hill Walking

Walking - there are 31 marked walking ways of which 6 are in the North Region. Detailed maps and guides are available from NorthWest Tourism. The local Hillwalking Club meets on the last Sunday of every month.

Fishing

The local club, Sliabh Liag Angling Association, organises the fishing for salmon and sea trout on the Glen Fishery. The main river of the Glen Fishery is the Glen river.

Glen Folk Village Museum

Your opportunity to relive local rural life as experienced in 18th, 19th, 20th century Ireland. Has displays on local history, geography, a craft shop and tea house with home baked goods.

Scuba Diving / Boat Trips

There are many spectacular dive sites within a short distance of Carrick and Teelin. There are sea caves, gullies, pinnacles and reefs with all sorts of sea life.


Hegarty's Bar & Restaurant At Sliabh League Lodge

Slieve League Lodge (Sliabh Liag) is home to Hegarty's Bar and Restaurant, a traditional Irish pub with a restaurant serving good food using Irish produce and locally caught seafood.

A Family Run Business

Hegartys Bar Carrick Co Donegal Ireland

This family run business has a strong tradition with the GAA, with the owners Paul and Noel Hegarty having a close association with Gaelic football.

Noel playing on the team that brought Donegal its first All Ireland win in 1992. Both Noel and Paul have continued links with the local GAA Club Naomh Columba and the county team.

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A Traditional Irish Pub

Enjoy a drink at hegartys bar Carrick Co Donegal Ireland

The bar is a traditional Irish pub with music all year round. The friendly staff serve a good pint with a big smile and locals and visitors alike are offered a warm welcome.

Many sporting events are shown live on the big screen and it's not unusual for a traditional music session to be in full swing. Carrick is home to several festivals and Fleadhs (traditional music weekends)

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Food At Cook's Pantry

Feed At Cook's Pantry Carrick Co Donegal Ireland

Cook's Pantry offers a comfortable casual dining experience situated off from the main bar. Open seven days a week from 10 am through to 8 pm (summer time) with daily specials and home bakes.

If you have any special dietary requirements or would like to book for a group please contact Cook's Pantry

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What Customers Say About Sliabh League Lodge

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Our stay was great. We were in Carrick to meet family and they recommended the Lodge. The rooms were comfortable and they made sure we had everthing we needed. Restaurant and pub downstairs was very convenient and the food was good too.

– Mary – Warickshire, United Kingdom on 10 Apr 2017

 

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We arrived here very hungry after our day trip to the cliffs. Great spot, food was lovely, very tasty. We all enjoyed. Great soup and sandwiches. This is the place to eat after enjoying the fresh air and the stunning views. Staff were very nice and helpful.

– Carol – Antrim, Northern Ireland on 1 Sep 2016


Wild Atlantic Way - Experience Sliabh Liag

Signature Discovery Point 3 - 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

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Sliabh Liag

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.

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Spectacular scenery from around South West Donegal Ireland

Donegal Bay

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.

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Hotels near to Silver Strand Glencolmcille Donegal Ireland

Glencolumbkille

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.

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Sliabh Liag Cliffs At Bunglas