The Northwest

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Northwest - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. C. Bonner and Son


    Factory knitwear from €30 to €150 is for sale here, as well as pottery, tweeds, jewelry, and gifts. There's also a good selection of hand-knit...Read More

  • 2. Campbells Tweed Shop


    Stores such as Campbells are treasure troves of ready-to-wear tweeds—sports jackets can run up to €120. ...Read More

  • 3. Carraig Donn


    In addition to Irish knitwear, Carraig Donn carries pottery, glassware, linens, and Aran knits for children. ...Read More

  • 4. Cosgrove and Son


    The upscale deli Cosgrove and Son, now in the fifth generation, sells everything from Parma ham to carrageen moss boiled in milk (a local cure...Read More

  • 5. Donegal Craft Village


    Explore this small cluster of workshops where you can buy handwoven goods, jewelry, and glass from young, local craftspeople. You can even watch...Read More

  • 6. E. Doherty (Ardara) Ltd


    Through the work of one of the last weavers in Donegal this store showcases handwoven tweeds, from scarves and caps for €25 to capes for €225...Read More

  • 7. Four Masters Bookshop


    For the best selection of local history books on Donegal and Ireland in general, Ordnance Survey maps, and travel guides, as well as music and...Read More

  • 8. John Molloy Woollen Mills


    High-quality handwoven Donegal tweed and hand-knit Aran sweaters are on sale at this factory shop, on the Killybegs Road, on the outskirts of...Read More

  • 9. Leitrim Design House


    In the same building as the Dock Arts Centre you'll find the Leitrim Design House, which promotes modern Irish craftsmanship. It sells bespoke...Read More

  • 10. Magee's


    The main hand-weaving store in town, trading for more than 150 years, Magee's carries renowned private-label tweeds for both men and women ...Read More

  • 11. Market Yard Centre


    Carrick's architectural gem, the Market Yard Centre is in the heart of the town; known in 1839 as the Shambles, it is now home to a popular...Read More

  • 12. Simple Simon's


    The only health-food shop hereabouts, Simple Simon's sells whole food, essential oils, and other whole-earth items, as well as breads and cakes...Read More

  • 13. The Cat & the Moon


    The Cat & the Moon specializes in eclectic and stylish Irish-made crafts, jewelry, pottery, ironwork, and scarves; it's named after the...Read More

  • 14. Tír na nÓg


    Irish for "land of the ever-young," Tír na nÓg sells organic foods, including local cheeses and honeys, and other health-oriented items. A sister...Read More

  • 15. Trinity Rare Books


    Hidden-away Trinity Rare Books is run by a garrulous Canadian with a depth of knowledge of both the Irish and international book market. Five...Read More

  • 16. Cross Sections

    Household Items/Furniture

    Along with lovely tableware, this is the place to head for fine glassware and kitchenware. ...Read More

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