Redcastle, located at the tip of Donegal below Malin Head, on the Inishowen Peninsula, will simply take your breath away with its wild Atlantic coastline.
The local golf course has stunning views overlooking Lough Foyle.
The Redcastle Estate, on which a hotel is now situated, began with Cathal O’Doherty, who died in the Battle of Kinsale in 1601.
During the Plantation of Ulster in 1607 the land was sold a landlord family from Pennsylvania. They renamed it Pennsylvania Farm and today the river that runs adjacent to the hotel is known as the Pennsylvania River.
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