Ardara

  1. Kilclooney Dolmen

    Ardara, Donegal

    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. Read more

  2. Owenea River

    Ardara, 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. Read more

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  3. Sandfield Pitch & Putt

    Ardara, Donegal

    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',............. Read more

  4. Stephen Bennett's Studio Gallery

    Ardara, Donegal

    Take the opportunity to visit professional painter Stephen Bennett at his studio gallery, in Ardara County Donegal. The gallery houses Stephen’s latest original paintings which include figurative works and landscapes. Read more

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  5. Triona

    Ardara, Donegal

    Triona, located on Main Street in Ardara, Co. Donegal, is owned by fifth-generation handweavers, the Mulhern family and offers visitors a chance to learn about traditional handweaving or purchase authentic Irish tweed. Read more

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  8. Bay View Country House

    Ardara, Donegal

    Bay View Country House is a four star Fáilte Ireland approved accommodation, purpose built for bed and breakfast. Situated on the R261, with spectabular views of bay and mountains. Within walking distance of town. Breakfast menu. Free internet. Read more

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  10. Ardara Heritage Centre

    Ardara, Donegal

    Ardara Heritage Centre, in Ardara County Donegal, tells the story of Donegal tweed from the shearing of sheep to the manufacture of the woven cloth. Read more

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