Dún Lúiche is a small rural community in the Donegal Gaeltacht, lies in unique scenery at the foot of Mount Errigal, the highest mountain in the County. Ionad Cois Locha is situated on the shores of Dunlewey Lough in the shadow of the haunting and mysterious Poison Glen.
You can take a step back in time and visit the homestead of the world renowned weaver Manus Ferry and enjoy stories of times gone by from experienced tour guides or take a trip out on the Dunlewey Lough on the tour of the lake where you will pass the Guinness estate (keep an eye out for the green lady who is said to haunt the house) If you prefer to stay on dry land you can take a ride on the train and for those who have plenty of energy to burn off youhave an adventure play area full of swings, slides, climbing frames, zip-wires, rodeo bull, climbing walls, pedelos, kayaks, zorb-balls and bouncy castles.
“A1 Visitor Centre”
“A good visitor centre with knowledgable local staff, well stocked gift shop and a nice cafe. There is plenty going on here, from a children’s ‘petting zoo’ type farmyard experience to boat trips on the loch to concerts in the centre some evenings.” Trip Advisor
The lakeside walk takes you past the home of the ducks, donkeys, peahen, peacock and the rabbit.