Stay & Play
Goose Guest House is tailor made for golfers.
Goose Guest House is only a drive and a wedge away from Rosapenna Golf Resort which plays host to three of the Best Links on the Island of Ireland, and a 20mins drive from the famous Portsalon Golf Club on the Fanad Peninsula
- The Guest House hosts ample room for equipment and wet gear with its own bag drop at the entrance.
- Early Bird Breakfast is available from 7am upon request
- Transfers are available to and from the course. Advance booking is required.
- Evening food, drink and entertainment are available on the premises.
Available from Friday, April 7th 2023. Early Bird Breakfast is available from 7am upon request.
Rosapenna Golf Resort
St. Patrick’s Links
RANKED #55 IN THE WORLD’S TOP 100 COURSES – GOLF MAGAZINE 2021-22
A sprawling links that is destined to become a modern great. It sits on the most magnificent piece of links land – huge scale, west coast of Ireland scenery, with enough variety in dimension to present a real diversity of golf holes. The routing takes golfers on a journey through huge dunes, to high above Sheephaven Bay, along the coast, then back over some more gentle dunes… and that’s just the front nine! With plenty of width and an eclectic mix of naturalised bunkers, the course is unlike anything in the UK & Ireland… or anywhere else for that matter.
Sandy Hills Links
Sandy Hills is in many ways the ideal of a modern links. Intended for the serious golfer, its narrow fairways appear constricting from the tee, but the landing areas sculpted from the dunes are deceptively wide. Measuring a hefty 7,255 yards from the tips, Sandy Hills was designed with championship play in mind. However don’t allow this to deter you, with a multiplicity of tees there is a length to suit all strengths.
Old Tom Morris Links
In 1891, while a guest of Lord Leitrim at his nearby estate, Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews, a winner of four Open Championships in the 1860’s, took a drive to enjoy the Donegal scenery. Old Tom was quick to see the golfing potential of this fine stretch of coast line and before returning to the home of golf he had staked-out the first Rosapenna Links, incorporating wide rolling fairways amidst the undulating terrain and of course those delightful greens. Back at St. Andrews, Old Tom was quick to tell of his discovery and so it was that Rosapenna became a place of pilgrimage for golfers at the turn of the century.
Portsalon Golf CLub
CURRENTLY RANKED IN THE TOP 25 COURSES IN IRELAND – GOLF DIGEST
Golf has been played on the Portsalon links since the 1880’s. The club was one of the founder members of the Golfing Union of Ireland, the oldest golfing union in the world. Originally designed by Charles Thompson of Portrush, the layout has evolved over the decades with significant changes being undertaken under the guidance of Pat Ruddy in 2000. Currently, Portsalon continues to progress, with the 2014 Ryder Cup captain, Paul McGinley, guiding further improvements.