Find Glebe House
Glebe is located eighteen kilometres from Letterkenny on the R251.
There is car and coach parking available free on site.
Glebe House and Gallery is fully committed to accessibility for all users, where possible. Glebe House has limited access, as have the gardens (steps and steep slopes are also present). There is wheelchair access to the ground floor in the Gallery, and in the Tearooms. Designated parking is available in the carpark. Universal access toilets are also present at Glebe House and Gallery.
Please contact us for more information prior to your visit, if you require universal access in any way.
Glebe House and Gallery
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Glenveagh National Park
One of six national parks in Ireland, and 16,000 hectares of mountainous and forested wilderness. The Visitor Centre is at the north end of Lough Veagh.
Donegal County Museum
Housed in the Warden’s House of the old Letterkenny Workhouse (built 1843), the museum’s collection of more than 7,000 objects illustrates the history of Donegal from earliest times to the present.
Newmills Corn and Flax Mills
A fascinating early nineteenth-century complex containing 400-year old buildings, and one of Ireland’s largest working waterwheels.
Also known as Church Hill and Minalaban (the Irish is Mín an Lábáin), Churchill is an attractive small village only eight miles from Donegal’s biggest town, Letterkenny.
Hot food, coffee, and a pint later in the evening can be acquired from one of the three pubs. If you are staying later in the evening, traditional music can be heard on Wednesday nights. The village is surrounded by three beautiful and scenic lakes.