Characterized by mountains, glens, sea cliffs, moors, blue creeks and a history going back into the Neolithic Age, Donegal is in the beautiful Irish province of Ulster on the very northern edge of wonderful Éire. It is both rugged and ravishing. Perched on Ireland’s Northern coast, the scenic landscapes of Donegal - with the volcanic Seven Sister Mountains keeping guard – boasts some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs and verdant green valleys. Breac.House sits on a peninsula whose cliffs rise out of the sea to dazzling heights, providing refuge for seabirds. Connect with the landscape and find refuge from today’s stresses here, in this sensibly built, luxurious hideaway at the edge of the Atlantic and the British Isles.
A short drive northwards from the wild sandy beaches, the eco-design guesthouse Breac.House lies secluded within the Horn Head peninsula. Created to blend seamlessly in with its surroundings, the house allows County Donegal’s mountainous yet green landscape in via the many windows and terraces.read more