Creeslough Welcome

Céad Míle Fáilte

Welcome to, home to all things Creeslough. Whether it’s news, history, places of interest to view on your next holiday or to find out more about the town.

Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal along the Wild Atlantic Way. The meaning of the town name in Irish is “Belt of Lakes”. It is home to the unique Wild Atlantic Camping and Glamping site, Homeland Aka (The Creamery) and has a busy and thriving Credit Union and Post Office.

Getting here:

11KM from Carrigart, 9KM from Dunfanaghy, 14KM from Downings, 24.9KM from Letterkenny,  59KM from Derry, 253KM from Dublin Airport and 46KM from Donegal Airport.

Belt of Lakes

An Craoslach

View our gallery of the beautiful lakes in and around Creeslough.

Latest news

Creeslough Village Re generation project

Find out more about the regeneration project plans and consultation for the village.

Owencarrow Railway Disaster.

Owencarrow viaduct railway disaster

New Creeslough Defibrillators

Find out more about the defibrillators in Creeslough and where they are located.

Our Local Food

Find out more about our places to eat.

Places to Visit

From Glenveagh National Park, Ards Forest Park, Doe Castle, Muckish mountain there’s lots of places to visit when you’re on holiday in Creeslough.

Entrance to Doe Castle: Sweeney clan home