Fairyglen Holiday Village / Gleann na Sióg will be closing to guests for the summer in order to host Ukrainian refugees over the coming months.
Located in Derrybeg, Gweedore, the holiday village has announced it is working with the government in order to help the refugees fleeing from their native country during the ongoing war.
They have mentioned their sister property, Teach Bridget, as an alternative location to stay.
Posting on their Facebook, they said: “Due to unforeseen circumstances, it is regrettable that Fairyglen Holiday Village will not be able to welcome tourists and guests this summer as planned.
“Fairyglen Holiday Village has recently agreed to host refugees from Ukraine in 2022. We have entered an agreement to host Ukrainian refugees, and have closed to guests this year. We are working with the various government departments to take-in refugees fleeing the war-torn country. Some Ukrainian refugees will be allocated temporary accommodation here for the next few months.
“Fairyglen Holiday Village would like to thank everyone for their support to date and we look forward to welcoming visitors and guests to Gaoth Dobhair and the Donegal Gaeltacht in the future.
“Our sister property, Teach Bridget, located in Derrybeg (F92 K2NF) is an ideal base for touring the beautiful region of North West Donegal.
“Positioned just a stone’s throw away from sheltered sandy beaches and rugged coastline, this welcoming abode allows you to relax and unwind at any time of the day or night. With its high spec finish and each bedroom providing en-suite shower rooms for the enjoyment of your stay, you have all you need for a lovely holiday with your family or friends.
“There is good availability currently and it’s in an ideal location in Derrybeg.
“Please contact Michelle on 087 6387368 (for best prices) if you have any enquiries.”