EIGHT Restaurants around Inishowen have been included on the latest guide of “Where to Eat and Stay on the Wild Alantic Way, published by the McKenna’s Guides.

Included are: Harry’s, Bridgend, Kealy’s Seafood Bar, Greencastle, McGrory’s, Culdaff, Caffe Banba, Carndonagh and Malin Head, Claire the Bakers, Carndonagh, The Glen House, Clonmany, The Beach House, Buncrana and The Red Door, Fahan.

Where to Eat and Stay on the Wild Atlantic Way features more than 350 entries. The Donegal chapters in Where to Eat and Stay on the Wild Atlantic Way run from Inishowen and the Fanad Peninsula, through north west Dunfanaghy and into Donegal town. The book begins at the Foyle Bridge, and includes Harry’s Bar at Bridgend and ends with a detour into County Leitrim to include The Courthouse in the pretty village of Kinlough, just south of Bundoran. The Donegal chapters feature the best Donegal craft brewers, the best shops from Letterkenny to Donegal town and classic destinations to eat and stay such as Rathmullan House, Aroma and The Village Tavern.

"The Wild Atlantic Way is not just a travel adventure, it’s a culinary adventure as well” said John McKenna


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