Open May 1ST To September 30TH
TEL: +353 74 9126808
WHY CHOOSE US
"Pennsylvania house is a well kept secret that we plan to share with America! Letterkenny is about to be invaded!"
Gretchen and Dan, Wagnor, Washington,DC.
"You may travel far to find the best but it was here we found the very best, a memorable time."
Excellent, Exquisite and Echanting.
Brendan and Agnes, Agnew, Switzerland.
"For us it was a five star service and quality accommodation, thank you for your warm welcome." David and Yvonne Young,
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WELCOME TO PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE
We welcome you to Donegal the North West jewel of the Emerald Isle.
Michael & Nuala Duddy welcome you to their purpose built award winning B&B accommodation in Letterkenny, County Donegal; which commands a majestic panoramic view of the Donegal hills.
Our Bed & Breakfast is situated in a central location for exploring the rugged unspoilt scenery of the Northwest Atlantic coastline of Ireland, yet we are minutes away from the ancient market town of Letterkenny with all it's amenities. More About Us
Pennsylvania House located 2miles/3km drive from Letterkenny Town Centre
Check In Time is 4pm until 9pm.
Check Out Time is 11am.
Rates from €45 to €55 per person per night.
Donegal is one of the most beautiful counties in Ireland and this can be portrayed through its historically monuments and beautiful scenery.
Letterkenny is the largest town in Co. Donegal. The town has a buzzing atmosphere and offers great historical and recreational opportunities for visitors to the area. Letterkenny is the ideal location to stay when exploring Donegal with its friendly people. The town has many interesting monuments and buildings, both new and old. Letterkenny also has some interesting art galleries and museums including the fascinating New Mills Corn & Flax Mills. Letterkenny is a great place to shop too with many of the top Irish and UK retailers having outlets in the town. There are many pubs and nightclubs and there is a great selection of restaurants providing all types of local and international cuisine.
Letterkenny takes its name from the Irish " Leitirceanainn " - meaning the "Hillside of the O'Cannons" - the O'Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tir Conaill. Another derivation of the name Letterkenny from the Irish "Leitir Ceann-Fhoinn" could possibly be the "Fairheaded"