Pettigo

  1. Castle McGrath

    Pettigo, Donegal

    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. Read more

  2. Lough Derg Place of Pilgrimage

    Pettigo, Donegal

    Lough Derg, or St Patrick's Purgatory as it is traditionally known as, is Ireland's most ancient place of pilgrimage and is situated on Station Island, near the small village of Pettigo, County Donegal. Read more

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  3. Avondale Farmhouse

    Pettigo, Donegal

    Avondale is situated in Pettigo, County Donegal. The B&B has been offering accommodation for the past 25 years. Read more

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  4. Lough Derg Visitor Centre

    Pettigo, Donegal

    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. Read more

  5. The Termon Complex

    Pettigo, Donegal

    The Termon Complex, Pettigo - providing excellence in recreational, sporting and entertainment amenities. The complex has an in-house diner, playground, MUGA, gym, MPH and is just a five minute walk to local shops and pubs. Read more

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