In the corner of Ireland, in north west Donegal lies Europe's most densely populated village, the world's smallest harbour and the grave of the world's most renowned piper. Gweedore is the home of Landlord Sir George Hill's Gweedore Hotel, built in 1841, the Martello towers of the forgotten war, and offshore islands that were once lively communities, now uninhabited and attended only by the waves of a cruel and benign Atlantic.
Come and listen to the sweet Gaelic voices of children in Ireland's largest Gaelic speaking area, visit the century old church that has stood the test of fire and flood, stroll through our mountains or down by the sea and meet a man who will tell you "who lived here long ago?" Spend a day at Glenveagh National Park, visit the Castle and the Italian Garden on the estate that was the home of Lord Adair and Henry P. McIlhinney and is now the home of a thousand red deer. Gweedore - the home of Landlords and Bailiffs, the home of traditional song and gaelic drama, the home of enya and Clannad and we invite you to make it your home - this Summer - or Winter.
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