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A three day celebration of great food and drink with exhibitor stands, celebrity chef demonstrations, tutored wine and beer tastings, entertainment and much more.
Donegal Equestrian Centre in Bundoran, County Donegal, on the beautiful north west coast of Ireland, is the perfect choice for all horse riding needs.
A 24 hour long walk to celebrate cancer survivors, remember those who did not survive and raise awareness of this terrible illness.
Sli Cholmcille is a visitor trail linking places associated with St Colmcille or Columba, one of the greatest Irish saints. It can be followed in County Donegal in Gleann Cholmcille, Gartán and Tory island.
Lakeside Centre is located along the Wild Atlantic Way, on the shores of beautiful Assaroe Lake in South Donegal. It is just 5 minutes walk from the historical town of Ballyshannon.
Rosapenna Hotel and Golf Resort is a four-star family-run hotel with two 18-hole link golf courses, situated on the shores of Sheephaven Bay in North West Donegal.
A warm welcome awaits you at Seawinds, a beautifully appointed, family - run, bed and breakfast located in the centre of Killybegs, Ireland’s premier fishing port.
Donegal's ultimate Outdoor Activity Centre in Castlefinn, County Donegal is for all the family to enjoy. Experience a day of military tank driving, go-karting and archery.
Located 2km from the rugged Wild Atlantic Way – based in Creevy overlooking Donegal Bay and just a few minutes from Ballyshannon and Rossnowlagh. The traditional stone cottage boasts 4 stars, Eco Friendly and Wheelchair Accessible.
Pettigo is also the home of the Clan McGrath, with the ruins of the castle lying a quarter of a mile outside the village in a picturesque setting, by the shores of Lough Eme.
€375 weekly (2/4 persons)
From €2695 pp
from €2695 pp
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