‘It’s very different from a hotel’ – the Donegal hideaway where you can stay in a fishing boat or railway carriage

Siubhán O’Connor and Ciaran Sheehan. Photo: Lorcan Doherty

Pól Ó Conghaile

A 150-year-old railway carriage. A double bed cosily set into the cabin of a converted fishing trawler, with a barbecue on its bow and views stretching from Horn Head to Tory Island. B&B in an 18th-century millhouse. A summer fish ’n’ chips shack with a completely gluten-free menu — from tacos to patatas bravas, skin-on fries and freshly battered haddock fingers.