Welcome to the Inishowen Peninsula. Next stop – the Arctic Circle
Inishowen is rich in rugged & breathtaking landscape, it is remote, yet accessible. 3 hours from Dublin, or just 15mins from City of Derry Airport.
Enjoy fantastic, fun filled, family days out. Afternoon teas, Crazy Golf and spectacular views on the banks of Lough...
Kealys Seafood Bar, award winning seafood restaurant located on the harbour in Greencastle next to the Foyle Ferry and...
The Old Church Visitor Centre in Burt, Inishowen onsite at An Grianán Hotel, is an opportunity for you to learn of the...
Take this opportunity to visit the artist studio of Stephen Diggin in County Donegal. This is the artist's own gallery...
A family run restaurant, a perfect place to relax and enjoy a tasty meal.
The IOSAS Centre and Celtic Prayer Garden, in Muff County Donegal, depict the lives of Ireland's Celtic saints. It is...
Lisfannon beach is accessible via the R238, through relatively flat landscape with clear continual views to Lough Swilly....
The Cosy Cottage is a cosy place for locals and tourists alike to chill out with a coffee/beer/wine or something more...
from € 74.50 per person sharing per night.
From €83.50 per person sharing
Cottage from £230 for a 2 night stay
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From €189 per person sharing
From €89 per person sharing per night
From £20 pppn
€160 pppn all inclusive includes fatbike hire, 2 meals and Wicklow craft beer
£3000 for 5 bedroom property, central location in Portrush only a short drive to Portstewart
€15 per person
Based on 2 Adults and 2 Kids Staying 2 Nights
From €235 per person sharing.
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