Hiudái Beag's is situated in the corner of
Ireland, in north west Donegal lies Europe's most densely
populated village, the world's smallest harbour and
the grave of the world's most renowned piper.
Teach Hiudái Beag, Bunbeg, in Gweedore, has
a year-round Monday night music session that is unquestionably
one of Ireland's finest. It takes place in the lounge,
a fortunately spacious setting as it's common for more
than a dozen musicians to participate, including flutes,
whistles, fiddles, bodhrans and sometimes a player of
the war pipes (a larger and, consequently, louder precursor
of the Highland bagpipes).
Come and listen to the sweet Gaelic voices of children
in Ireland's largest Gaelic speaking area, visit the
century old church that has stood the test of fire and
flood, stroll through our mountains or down by the sea
and meet a man who will tell you "who lived here
Spend a day at Glenveagh National Park, visit the Castle
and the Italian Garden on the estate that was the home
of Lord Adair and Henry P. McIlhinney and is now the
home of a thousand red deer.
Gweedore - the home of Landlords and Bailiffs, the
home of traditional song and gaelic drama, the home
of Altan, Enya and Clannad and we invite you to make
it your home - this Summer - or Winter.