Welcome to Carey’s Viking House Hotel



Set on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, Carey’s Viking House Hotel offers the ultimate Wild Atlantic Way experience combining exquisite dining, a welcoming public bar, the comforts of home and unrivalled views towards Cruit Island, Arrain Mhor Island, Crohy Head and beyond.

Located on the “Northern Headlands” section of the Wild Atlantic Way in the Donegal Gaeltacht, the Viking House offers a perfect base for discovering the hidden gems that Donegal has to offer.

With exquisite white sandy beaches at every turn, fantastic sea-angling opportunities, unrivalled golfing experiences, miles of coastline and caves to explore by sea-kayak, access to one of Ireland’s most acclaimed rock-climbing locations at Cruit Island, a visit to Carey’s Viking House will never be forgotten.

Let the sound of the Atlantic be your alarm clock and see for yourself why Donegal has been named National Geographic Traveller’s ‘Coolest Place on the Planet’ to visit.

A cead mile failte (one hundred thousand welcomes) awaits you at Carey’s Viking House Hotel.

Donegal Accommodation

Carey’s Viking House Hotel boasts 12 guest bedrooms comprising a number of different room layouts. Whatever your requirements the friendly family atmosphere at Carey’s Viking House will make your stay in this tranquil part of the country a joyful experience.

Rooms

Cozy Bar & Lounge

Carey’s Viking House is home to a wonderfully comfortable and cozy bar and lounge where visitors and locals alike are always made to feel welcome. There is a broad range of beverages available ranging from draft beers to the finest spirits.

Food & Drink

Dining at Viking House

The recently refurbished Dining Room at Carey’s Viking House Hotel provides a fantastic dining experience. The menu is changed on a regular basis to avail of the best seasonal produce available and contains a broad-range of dishes that is intended to cater for all tastes.

Food & Drink

Wild Atlantic Way

Carey’s Viking House Hotel is located on the “Northern Headlands” section of the Wild Atlantic Way in the Donegal Gaeltacht. The Northern Headlands section of the Wild Atlantic Way takes in some of the entire route’s most recognisable locations.

Wild Atlantic Way