Warrenview Manor


In 2002 members of the community recognised a need for sheltered housing in the Muff area.  A number of meetings were held and more people came on board and Muff Sheltered Housing Association (MSHA) was formed.  It was to be a cross community project for the good of all members of the community.

The MSHA then proceeded to meet with the Irish council of social Housing (ICSH) to see what they had to do to bring the idea to a reality.

In June 2007 MSHA applied to Donegal County Council (D.C.C) for planning permission and held an open day in the Point Lodge showcasing the idea to the community.

MSHA applied to the Department of Environment administered by Donegal County Council for capital funding for the project.  The land was bought from Mr Jack Dinsmore who wanted his land to be used for the good of the community.

George Gill and Sons were awarded the contract to build the complex and was finished in late 2008.

The first warden Marion Molloy was appointed in January 2009 and the first residents moved in April 2009.

Warren view Manor was officially opened by the President of Ireland Mary Mc Aleese in June 2010.


Our aim here at Warrenview Manor is to provide quality and affordable sheltered housing to those who need it.

We provide independent living with the reassurance that help is at hand if you need it.


Warrenview Manor sits idyllically in the Donegal border village of Muff. This beautiful development is home to 29 purpose built apartment which are constructed to the highest specifications and which are completely wheelchair accessible. These lovely apartments of which there are 25 single and 4 double bedrooms are designed with your every need in mind. From the highest quality fitted kitchens to our roomy built in wardrobes and hot presses we assure you won’t be disappointed. The building has also been built to optimise the use of light so you will instantly feel the light airy feeling, creating an immediate sense of well being.

The entire building is under floor heated which is thermostatically controlled to provide optimum comfort. All apartments are fitted with emergency pull cords which are linked to a central control station. The complex itself is fully protected by CCTV cameras with infa-red an intercom system which allows for easy access for visitors. There is a warden on site around the clock.

We boast a picturesque private landscaped courtyard which is the perfect place to relax on a sunny afternoon. The grounds themselves are fully landscaped and are maturing beautifully; in addition we are home to our local community garden where residents may have a plot of land to plant vegetables or flowers. A potting shed and a greenhouse are also available for use by the residents.

We have a fully operational kitchen and dining room. As demand increases we will provide meals for residents as requested. In addition to your own private sitting room, a comfortable, spacious communal sitting room is available for use by residents and a lovely guest room is available for overnight visitors.

Warrenview Manor is ideally located with all local shops and amenities within walking distance including access to local bus routes. Situated within the picturesque Inishowen with the convenience of Derry city on your doorstep warren view manor is ideally located to cater for your every need.

Our apartments are very reasonably priced with a single costing €100/week and a double costing €125/week. The price includes rent central heating and security costs.

If interested in making an enquiry or having an informal look around please don’t hesitate to contact us. Warren View Manor is now in a position to offer accommodation to residents from Northern Ireland.


Muff Community Garden Committee is currently allocating plots for the period covering 1 April 2013 – 13 December 2013. The local community is encouraged to come forward and take up these plots. The cost of having the use of a plot for the period is €40.00. Those who hold plots are then offered opportunities such as attending training programmes which are designed to bring the very best produce dividend. HURRY ONLY 3 PLOTS REMAIN!!

For further information should contact:

Teresa McAleer

Muff Community Garden Committee
C/o Warrenview Manor
Co. Donegal

Activities & Events

  • Lunches every Wednesday – 3 courses for €6.50
  • Coffee morning every second Thursday from 10.30am
  • Sunday lunch-first Sunday of the month
  • Social evening - first Wednesday of the month, music by Eddie and friends
  • Computer courses for beginners
  • Line dancing on Monday nights at 8pm
  • Irish dancing for children on Thursday nights
  • Pastoral council meetings
  • Saint Vincent de Paul meetings

Warrenview Manor is also available for functions including birthday parties and funeral lunches. 


Warden: Teresa McAleer
Warrenview Manor,
Burnfoot Road,
Muff Co.Donegal
Tel: +353(0)749384001
E-mail: warrenviewmanor@live.ie

Like us on facebook: www.facebook.com/warrenview.manor and www.thedinsmorekitchen.webs.com


Special Events

19 Jan 2021 Irish Dancing
19 Jan 2021 A.A Meetings
20 Jan 2021 Muff Irish Red Cross
20 Jan 2021 Muff Ceili Dancing
25 Jan 2021 Crochet Class

For a full list of events see Calendar


Many of our community organisations are looking for volunteers...

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This project is supported by the European Union’s European Regional Development Fund, through the EU programme for Peace and Reconciliation managed for the Special EU Programmes Body by Donegal County Council

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