277 Accommodation, 5 Events , 413 Things to do
An attractive shop and cafe in Loughanure, Co Donegal.
Caisleáin Óir, family-owned pub and restaurant with guest accommodation, is ideally situated in the Donegal Gaeltacht in the historic village of Annagry.
Carrickfinn Beach is an extensive sandy beach with sand dunes and is located close to the beautiful Annagry village.
Unique Ascent offers to take visitors to places in Co Donegal where no one has ever stood before. Catering for a range of levels, Unique Ascent provides a full range of hill walking, mountaineering and rock climbing activities.
Rapid Kayaking operates mainly from the Boatstrand close to Carrickfin (Blue Flag beach) and Donegal Airport in the Rosses area of N.West Donegal offering the experience and enjoyment of kayaking and canoeing in this beautiful location.
Caisleain Oir is a family-run hotel situated in Annagry in the Donegal Gaeltacht, approximately 4km from Donegal Airport. The two-star hotel provides 19 ensuite bedrooms and located adjacent to a Blue Flag beach and close to Glenvagh National Park.
Teac Chondai Thatched Cottage is a traditional Donegal thatched cottage located in the quaint and picturesque village of Loughanure, Co. Donegal. It offers self-catering holiday accommodation in a tranquil setting.
The Kilclooney Dolmen is an exceptionally fine portal-tome or dolmen, prominent on the skyline 6.5km north-north-west of Ardara in County Donegal.
The Owenea River runs for 13 miles draining Lough Ea in the west of the Croaghs, into Loughrosmore Bay at Ardara, County Donegal. The river has a run of spring salmon, grilse, sea trout and has a resident stock of small brown trout.
A wonderfully challenging 18 hole Pitch & Putt course with spectacular views of Loughros Bay and the hills of Donegal. Once described by a regular visitor as 'The St. Andrews of Pitch & Putt Courses',.............
From £75.00 per day including insurance
From €289 pps
From €85 pp per week
From €12 per person per night
From €99 for 2
€690 per person sharing.
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