Attending a Wedding at An Chuirt, Gweedore Court Hotel?
- If you are attending a wedding at An Chuirt and wish to stay with us, please phone the Hotel directly on 074 95 32900, as part of the Bride & Grooms package there is a special accommodation rate and we would be only to pleased to advise you of availability & rates over the phone.
- Unfortunatley due to circumstances out with our control, the hotel is unable to accept and hold wedding gifts for Bride & Grooms. We are sorry if this causes any inconvenience to our guests/customers.
THE RIVER CLADY (Gweedore)
The Clady is Catch and Release only for 2011.
The Clady River flows through wild moorland for around 5 miles draining Lough Nacung at Gweedore and flowing through Bunbeg to join the Crolly River estuary. Access to the river is relatively easy although the banks are fairly rough. Water is taken from the head of the Clady and channeled to a hydroelectric power station at the mouth of the River Crolly. This means the natural flow of the river has been affected and water is let down the Crolly in 24 freshets between May and September. Angling is most productive after these artificial floods, as with a spate river, and indeed 8 or 9 salmon in a day is not uncommon.