Landmarks for Foodies

So, In the second part of our Landmarks for foodies series we visit the Northwest.
Donegal and North Sligo have an abundance of things to offer the foodie loving Irish Landmarker.

St. Johns Point Lightkeepers’ Houses
St. Johns Point Lightkeepers’ Houses are fully equipped for a self catering break if that’s what you wish. Stock up on supplies before you go, kick back, cosy up at the fire and listen to the Wild Atlantic roar outside your door. If you fancy getting out for a bite to eat guests have recommended:

– Nancys in Ardara is a must serving delicious pub grub in an old world setting.
– Challenge your palette with organic Irish Seaveg in Kilcar, an 18km drive from the Lighthouse. Experience a day between the shore and the production unit, where the precious locally harvested marine plants are transformed in Organic Certified food ready to cook or to eat. Apparently its delicious!

St Johns Point Lightkeepers Houses
Each Cottage sleep 4 guests.
Rates from €398 for 2 nights

Termon House
Further North, Termon House is located just outside Dungloe where guests have recommended The Waterfront Hotel which has beautiful views across the bay and serves fresh local seafood. Termon House’s own local pub, just a stones throw from the house, claims to serve the best pint of Guinness in the Northwest!

Termon House Sleeps 6
Rates from €419 for 2 nights

Railway Crossing Cottage
Railway Crossing Cottage is located five minutes outside Donegal Town.
The Olde Castle Bar and Red Hugh Restaurant come highly recommended as does Harvey’s Point. A taste of Donegal food Festival takes place at the end of August in Donegal Town and sounds like something not to be missed!

Railway Crossing Cottage sleeps 2
Rates From €328 for 2 nights

The Schoolhouse at Annaghmore
Further South, Schoolhouse at Annaghmore is located just outside Sligo Town. Sligo might be a small County, but it has a strong food Community. Throughout Sligo, food producers, restaurants, cafés, gastro pubs, brewers, and farmers’ markets have combined their talents to give you one of the most sensational food experiences in Ireland: The Sligo Food Trail.

‘As you drive through Sligo, you’ll witness the outstanding landscape which yields the fresh ingredients that create its exceptional cuisine: the lush green fields, the majestic mountains, the charming farms, the salmon rivers, and the mighty Atlantic Ocean! Sligo’s premiere location on the Wild Atlantic Way means you can enjoy freshly-caught fish in any local restaurant. Alternatively, indulge your taste buds on Knocknarea honey, wild Mullaghmore lobster, Lissadell oysters, and fresh eggs from the foot of Benbulben Mountain.
Whatever your food preference, Sligo Food Trail surpasses your expectations’
Sligo Food Trail 2017.

Schoolhouse at Annaghmore
Sleeps 4 guests
From €394 for 2 nights