Experience Irish hospitality in a beautiful 19th century country house on a working farm. Make Riversdale your home away from home while touring Inishowen. Each room has an en-suite, tea and coffee station, and free Wi-Fi.
Friends of Riversdale
Abdul Ahmad, his wife Malak and their young family, displaced from their home in Syria, journeyed for many months and miles to find a new home in Donegal. His family has grown here and the newest addition was born just this June! They’ve been nurtured and nourished by the warmth of the community and by the plentiful honey, vegetables, and fruits Abdul grows and harvests at Riversdale. Now known as the bee man of Inishowen, he is a new citizen of Ireland and a true model of what sustainable organic farming can be.
Nikki Kuras, an artist from Texas, traveled to Inishowen to visit the land of her ancestors and Riversdale, the home her great great grandfather Wilson Moore had built before setting off for America. She was surprised to find Wilson’s namesake, who was born and raised at Riversdale, running the bed & breakfast there. Hoping simply to spend her short visit breathing the air and walking the paths her family had walked, she had no idea she would love the peninsula so much she would find it impossible to stay away. Now almost all of her artwork is inspired by the infinitely beautiful and varied local scenery of inishowen. She hopes to return again and again and continue to spend as much time here as she possibly can.