Our rooms at The Mill are named after our local townlands with the exception of The Studio, which was Susan's grandfather, Frank Egginton's painting studio.
We hope we have created a warm homely feel, a place to relax, unwind and recharge.
From our carefully curated Antiques, Egginton paintings, books and furniture, all our bedrooms are unique.
Of course, they all feature TV's, heavenly mattresses, complimentary wifi but its the wee added touches that make the difference.
A welcome with coffee and homebaking, complimentary water, wine, homemade oaties for your room and fresh milk when you want it. Our larger rooms also have a Nepresso machine.
A very relaxed breakfast is truly the perfect way to start the day. Our award winning breakfast is served in our split level dining room overlooking the New Lake, served from 8.30am - 10 am.
You will find a wide choice of cereal, delicious Fruit salad, Natural yogurt, Carrageen Moss, Homemade breads , Irish cheeses, juices and much more.
For a more hearty start to the day, a vast range that includes a Full Irish Breakfast, Vegetarian breakfast, Smoked salmon, Egg dishes and Fresh fish from The Bay can be ordered from the kitchen.
On a lovely Summer's evening, if you fancy a glass of Prosecco at one of our many romantic seating areas in the garden , we do have an Honesty Bar for to avail of, offering a selection of fine wines and Donegal Craft Beers . Or of course by the Open fire on cold, wet night.
From a relaxing afternoon browsing the many gift shops in town or cantering along the amazing Tramore beach, there are activities and experiences to suit everyone.
With our local knowledge we can help you experience all the highlights that Dunfanaghy area has to offer including superb Blue Flag beaches, golf courses, horseriding, surfing, walking, hiking , fishing, Glenveagh National Park, Heritage sites and of course shopping.
All of this on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Susan and Derek are no strangers to the hospitality world having spent 20 years creating and running their award winning restaurant with rooms. They have now turned their attention to providing a very special place to stay.
With so much on offer on our doorstep we hope you love this area as much as we do.
The Mill was bought in 1949 by Susan's Grandfather, Frant Egginton, a famous watercolour artist.
He converted the flax mill into his studio and home until his death in 1990.
Work began in 1999 to modernise and enlarge the house to accommodate a restaurant, 6 ensuite rooms and a living area. In 2016 , another room, The Studio, was added.
Our new chapter begins in 2020.