|Welcome to Bruckless House|
Bruckless House, the home of Joan & Clive Evans, is an attractive 18th century Classical house. Listed as a protected building in Ireland, it has a traditional cobbled farmyard and is set in 18 acres of parkland. Bruckless House borders Bruckless Bay, with spacious informal award-winning gardens of the Robinsonian kind, and mature woodland. Connemara Ponies are bred here and can be seen in the parkland and grazing down to the shore-line.
From here the visitor can explore the many interesting and significant local archaeological sites or simply enjoy some of the most beautiful and unspoilt Atlantic Coastline. Sea and river fishing can be arranged: there are two golf courses within easy reach. Horseback riding may also be arranged nearby. Excellent restaurants in the vicinity.
Some French, German and Chinese spoken; and Italian sometimes. Open 1st April - 30th September.
The House is approved by the Irish Tourist Board and is listed in a wide range of visitor guides including Sawday's Special Places to Stay in Ireland, Fodor, Frommer, Cadogan Guide, Karen Brown, Georgina Campbell's Jameson Guide , le Guide du Routard, and Interconnections Reisenfieber Irland. It is also shown on the Internet at the following sites:
www.iol.ie/~bruc/bruckless.html Bruckless House & Stud
www.ireland.travel.ie with Bord Failte.
www.sawdays.co.uk with Sawday's Special Places
www.frommers.com/destination/ireland Frommer Guide.
www.Irelandseye.com with Bed & Breakfast Ireland
www.michael-mueller-vertag.de Michael Müller's Irland.
www.karenbrown.com/ireland/bruckless.html with Karen Brown's IRELAND: Charming Inns & Itineraries
The rates for 2005 are €50.00-€60.00 per person per night for Bed & Breakfast. Visa, Mastercard, Eurocard and American Express credit cards accepted.
Irish Tourist Board Approved 2004
Clive and Joan Evans, Bruckless House, Bruckless, Co. Donegal, Ireland
phone: +353 74 9737 071 / fax: +353 74 9737 070