Donegal are putting the final touches to their preparations for their All-Ireland assault with a five day stay at the exclusive Lough Erne Golf Resort in Fermanagh.
The party will total 50 which will include a sizeable playing panel, doctors, medics, masseurs and management.
The Belfast Telegraph reports the costs could be in the region of €20,000.
The Lough Erne venue has no football fields available to Donegal, but they could host their training sessions through the use of local club facilities.
Located a few miles outside Enniskillen towards the Donegal border, the Lough Erne resort is a high-end venue that hosted the G8 summit and world leaders last summer.
Its golf resort was designed by Nick Faldo while Rory McIlroy is rather famously its touring professional.
There are a number of team-building activities the group may consider while there for light relief from all the tactical training, such as raft-building on Lough Erne, Four by Four driving and Laser Clay shooting.
The hotel also has a number of purpose-built conference rooms, ideal for hosting strategy meetings as Donegal manager Jim McGuinness and his backroom team figure out how to decode Kerry on September 21.
Last month, then-Armagh manager Paul Grimley took his squad to Lough Erne the weekend ahead of their All-Ireland quarter-final against Donegal and they trained in Brewster Park, Enniskillen, on the Saturday morning.