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Donegal Craft Village is situated just outside the historic town of Donegal on the road to Ballyshannon and Sligo
Mala Rua is a welcoming country home, situated on a hillside with beautiful views overlooking farmland and mountains. This location at the foot of Mulroy Bay is ideal for touring North West Donegal, particularly the Peninsulas of Fanad and Rosguill
Rossnowlagh Surf Club is an Irish Surfing Association approved surf school, located in Ballyshannon, County Donegal.
Are you interested in peaceful relaxation by the sea, angling, golf or outdoor pursuits? If so, we invite you to try the Creevy Experience.
St Bridget’s is a luxurious family run bed and breakfast. Nestled at the end of a quiet lane, this hidden gem is just a two minute walk from town centre which offers award winning restaurants and live music. The rooms are ensuite.
No 2 Arasain Bhalor is a two bedroom apartment in Falcarragh, County Donegal. The apartment is in a quiet location just off the town’s main street. It is decorated and furnished to a very high standard, with its own private parking at the rear.
Mill Park Hotel is a four-star property that offers guests a warm welcome to Donegal Town. The luxury hotel strives to meet all needs by providing a choice of accommodation, dining options, leisure facilities, wellness centre and free parking.
Sandfield Cottage is a three bedroom bungalow overlooking the mountains and sea 5 kilometres from the heritage town of Ardara in County Donegal. This modern bungalow is set on its own grounds in a quiet, scenic, countryside setting.
Killybegs Angling Charters in Killybegs, County Donegal offer angling charters and sight seeing trips for up to 12 passengers.
Castle Murray House Hotel and Seafood Restaurant, 2km from the village of Dunkineely on the coast road to St. Johns Point.
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From €99 for 2
€15 per adult, €12.50 per child
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