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Ramelton Heritage Exhibition and Genealogy Centre located in Ramelton provides services for those wishing to trace their roots in County Donegal.
Kil'n Time is a paint your own pottery studio, where you can drop in and personalise a unique piece of pottery. You paint, we glaze and fire it for you. Suitable for all ages.
A family run establishment, the award winning Lobster Pot offers you the complete seafood experience together with the best of craic around a glowing fire.
Ireland Walk Hike Bike located in Tralee, County Kerry is a family-run company organising excellent quality guided and escorted walking holidays.
The Lough Derg Heritage Centre, is on the shores of Lough Derg in County Donegal. It encourages the visitor to explore the Celtic origins of Saint Patrick's Purgatory.
Rathmullan House enjoys an unrivalled location overlooking the shores of Lough Swilly. Elegant lounges with open fires provide slumbering comfort. 34 bedrooms individually decorated. The Cook & Gardener restaurant uses produce from the walled garden.
The Isaac Butt Heritage Centre, in Ballybofey County Donegal, is dedicated to Isaac Butt and Dr Nancy McGlinchey.
The Rusty is a traditional Irish pub offering fine ales and wine in a friendly environment. Being the closest pub to the Slieve League cliffs The Rusty attracts many tourists in the summer months.
Cultural activity centre with bookstore, music cd's, restaurant, exhibition of local art and daily activities.
Spark is a cross border cultural craft programme which was developed to promote and encourage a quality craft culture in the counties of Tyrone and Donegal. The craft work can be seen in numerous outlets and craft fairs throughout Ireland.
€40 per adult
From €88 per double room per night
From €2695 pp
€1649 pp including meals, transport and workshops
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