The Weeping Elm

Donegal & The North West

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The Weeping Elm

The Weeping Elm at Rathmullan House counts many blessings as far as dining is concerned: the walled garden provides the kitchen with fresh fruit, vegetables, and herbs. The seaside setting provides fresh local fish, seaweed, and seafood, while rich local farmland produces specialities like Rathmullan lamb, John Hamilton’s free-range pork, and Pat O’Doherty’s black and white pudding.


Donegal does not only have some of the best seafood just out of the bustling seaports of Greencastle or Killybegs but will also spoil you with excellent pies and game chowders, found in cosy taverns as well as the finest of restaurants—high chances are, with a view of the sea.