Glendowan House B&B Accommodation, in Churchill, near Letterkenny, County Donegal, Glendowan House, County Donegal, is nestled in unspoiled Irish countryside, dotted with ancient sites and woodlands and glittering lakes and mountains. This B&B offers breathtaking views. Glendowan House presents stylish accommodation with spacious bedrooms from double/single to family rooms with double and two single beds. All rooms have tea/coffee facilities and modem amenities that are second to none in the B&B sector, provided with the utmost professional, yet personal service. Glendowan House is the perfect location for the active short break or a base from which to explore the rugged and breathtaking North West. This sophisticated B&B in the heart of Donegal is the height of luxury combined with the very best of traditionally Irish hospitality.Glendowan House B&B, Churchill, is situated in one of the most historically endowed parts of Ireland. This bed and breakfast accommodation is an ideal holiday home from home and Theresa Farrell spares no effort in making her guests feel welcome. As a local Donegal woman, Theresa has a natural appreciation of the cultural wealth and historical significance of her surroundings and will readily share her knowledge of this area of County Donegal with her visitors. Aside from advising her guests on places to visit, Theresa will also make up packed lunches for those who wish them. Evening meals can also be had if requested beforehand. Husband Derek's taxi is available on request irrespective of the time, day or night. He will pick up and lay down guests of Glendowan House at any of the arrival or departing ports or airports regardless of distance. The taxi is also used to ferry guests to local attractions and activitiesThis guest accommodation, set in an area of unique scenic beauty, caters for the leisure needs of all visitors regardless of age or levels of fitness. For outdoors enthusiasts there is Gartan Outdoor Education Centre offering courses in all of the main hill, mountain and water sports. Angler visitors to the area are spoiled for choice with three lakes, Loughs Nacally, Gartan and Akibbon all yielding generous catches. There is also a a great variety of walking routes amidst the rugged spendour of the Derryveagh Glens of North-West Donegal. For heritage, culture and history students Newmills Corn & Flax Mills, the Colmcille Heritage Centre, Glenveagh National Park, Glebe House & Gallery (The Derek Hill Collection) and The Fintown Historical Railway are all within easy reach of Glendowan House. A short driving distance from Glendowan House on the road to Gweedore the the Dunlewey centre, Ionad Cois Locha has an excellent range of interests and activities for children and adults alike. Much of the area is situated in the Gaeltacht where Gaelic, the first language of the country, is in every day use, spoken by locals and visitors alike.