Follow the poetic path of W.B. Yeats in Sligo and feel famine history in Donegal
Catch some Atlantic rollers in Donegal’s surf capital of Bundoran
Located approximately 10 kilometres from Donegal Town, County Donegal, Murvagh Beach is a long sandy beach which stretches...
Gael-Linn offers an excellent opportunity for adults to learn Irish in relaxing surroundings this summer. The courses...
The Isaac Butt Heritage Centre, in Ballybofey County Donegal, is dedicated to Isaac Butt and Dr Nancy McGlinchey.
Ballyhernan Green Coast Award Beach at Fanad in County Donegal.
The Seaview is Ireland's most northerly restaurant. Situated in Malin Head, the Seaview offers a warm and hospitable...
Castle Grove is an elegant Georgian house set in its own estate. Fine food and service, all produce homegrown to create...
Walk in the wild Donegal Highlands. Beautiful rugged coastline and remote and empty mountains. Half board plus picnic...
The Donegal Craft Village situated outside Donegal Town consists of an award winning coffee shop, Aroma and six different...
Journey through the unspoilt splendour of magnificent Donegal for the challenge of a lifetime.
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£158 mid-week, £198 weekends. Price is per 2 night package. Package based on two sharing. Subject to availability (excludes special event dates).
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