Situated on the Inishowen Peninsula, Trean House offers a comfortable base for an away-from-it-all break. Set in stone-walled countryside beside the Atlantic ocean, relaxation is assured. Walk our dogs to the beach or just relax in the cosy lounge where on chilly evenings guests can enjoy an open turf fire. Guests are also welcome to explore our working sheep farm and guided walks can be arranged. br / br / br / br / The Inishowen Peninsula is Ireland s most northerly part and Malin Head is one of the places best suited to view the Aurora Borealis, also know as the Northern Lights. On a clear day the Scottish coast line and Tory Island are visible from here. br / br / br / br / Trean House is just off the Inishowen 100 scenic route and part of the Wild Atlantic Way. On this route you will savour some of the many scenic and historical gems this area has to offer. br / br / br / br / Inishowen hosts a diverse range of attractions. Local favourites include: Inishowen Maritime Museum and Planetarium, Doagh Island Famine Village, Grianan of Aileach ring fort, and Fort Dunree. br / br / br / br / Activities that can be taken while staying at Trean House include way marked hillwalking trails, fishing, golf, cycling and kayaking. Surfing is also possible when weather conditions are right. Should the weather not be suitable for an outdoor activity, then you might like to paint your own pot at Moville Pottery.