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County Donegal presents an ever-changing spectacle of landscapes and seascapes set against a backdrop of mountains and moors

 

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Clyhore Cookie Cottage

Clyhore Cookie Cottage offers accommodation in Ballyshannon. The unit is 34 km from Sligo. Free private parking is available on site. The kitchen is fitted with a stovetop. A TV is provided. More

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The kitchen is fitted with a stovetop. A TV is provided. Other facilities at Clyhore Cookie Cottage include a sun terrace.

Donegal is 19 km from Clyhore Cookie Cottage, while Enniskillen is 34 km away. The nearest airport is Ireland West Knock Airport, 78 km from Clyhore Cookie Cottage.

Your stay will include:
Sun terrace

We speak your language! Holiday home: sleeps 7

Portbeg Holiday Homes at Donegal Bay 3 stars

Situated in the seaside resort of Bundoran on the Wild Atlantic route, the Portbeg Holiday Homes at Donegal Bay offers pet friendly, self-catering accommodation. More

The four-bedroom houses are set just 200 metres from the Atlantic coast, in this popular surfing area.

Each property has a lounge with an open fireplace and a TV with a DVD player. The houses also benefit from a fully equipped kitchen with a washing machine and a dishwasher.

Bundoran’s various shops, restaurants, and pubs are just 10 minutes’ walk away.

Ideal for surfing, Tullan Strand Beach is just 2 km from the Portbeg Holiday Homes. The area offers further outdoor pursuits, including golfing, horse riding, and deep sea angling. The houses boast extensive storage for sports equipment and free private parking.

Ireland West Airport Knock and Derry Airport are both less than 90 km away.

We speak your language! Holiday homes: 14

Creevy Cottages 4 stars

Directly on the Wild Atlantic Way, Creevy Cottages is located along the rugged coastline of County Donegal. More

The traditional stone cottages are located in 3 areas along the coastline, some within a few metres, and others within 2 km of the coastline.

With an open fire, the spacious 2 and 3 bedroom cottages offer double and twin rooms. All cottages feature 1 bedroom with en suite facilities and a main bathroom.

Overlooking Donegal Bay, the Creevy Cottages kitchen diners have a Fairtrade welcome basket.

The town of Ballyshannon is just 6km from Creevy Cottages and the Blue Flag Rossnowlagh Beach is 4 km away. Guests can also reach the seaside town of Bundoran, which also offers a Blue Flag beach.

We speak your language! Holiday homes: 3

Kirke's cottage

Kirke's cottage offers pet-friendly accommodation in Commeen, 45 km from Londonderry. The unit is 21 km from Donegal. Free private parking is available on site. More

The holiday home is composed of 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, equipped with a bath, a bath or shower and a shower. There is a seating area, a dining area and a kitchen complete with a dishwasher and an oven. Towels and bed linen are featured in this holiday home.

Letterkenny is 20 km from Kirke's cottage, while Bundoran is 44 km from the property.

We speak your language! Holiday home: sleeps 5

 



Milford County Donegal

 

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Milford is located in the northeast of the county and makes an ideal base for for touring and sightseeing. It is within easy driving distance of the fabulous beaches at Downings and Rathmullan and of all the amenities of Donegal's largest town, Letterkenny.

For the golf enthusiast, the links courses at Portsalon and Rosapenna are among the finest in the country. Just outside the village is one of Donegal's finest trout waters, Lough Fern. For the sea angler, boat hire and regular arranged fishing trips are available at Rathmullan and Downings.

Milford has long been a centre for local government and education and serves a large surrounding area. It is the gateway to the Rosguill and Fanad Peninsulas and provides the ideal venue for your family holiday in Donegal.

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County Cork

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County Donagal

The heritage town of Donegal is situated at the mouth of its namesake, Donegal Bay, and is part of a county that also bears the same name. The county is at the foot of the Bluestack Mountains, making it an ideal starting point for those touring the rest of the country.

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County Galway

Galway, the largest county in Connaught, celebrated in song and story throughout the world takes centre stage on Ireland's western seaboard. A spectacularly beautiful county, a medley of contrasts - the wildest and remotest of countryside teamed with one of Europe's most vibrant and popular cities

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County Kerry

Kerry, traditionally known as the 'kingdom', is situated in the extreme south-west of Ireland. Kerry has two contrasting types of terrain - the mountainous south with the Beara, Iveragh and Dingle peninsulas, and the smaller 'plains' area that stretches as far north as the Shannon estuary.

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County Kilkenny

Kilkenny is a medieval city of 24,000 people acclaimed internationally as a centre for craft and design. Technology, Tourism, Craft & Design and food processing are the main industries in the county. Each year Kilkenny hosts a number of international festivals and the city is a very popular tourist destination.

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County Waterford

Waterford City is the capital of the Sunny South East of Ireland.

A natural playground for Golf, Equestrian, Walking, Angling, Water Sports and Cycling, enthusiasts, Waterford offers the complete holiday experience.

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County Wexford

A holiday in Wexford can match anything more exotic locations have to offer. Boasting over 115kms of coastline and golden sands have long been popular with families wishing to escape the noise, stresses and strains of city living. Dublin families have known the secret of Wexford as a holiday destination for many generations

 

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County Donegal presents an ever-changing spectacle of landscapes and seascapes set against a backdrop of mountains and moors, with evidence everywhere of traditional Irish culture. Donegal boasts a vast rugged coastline softened regularly by a succession of beautiful beaches with golden sand and clear fresh waters. Inland, Donegal is wild and unspoilt with winding roads leading to never-ending spectacular vistas.

Golfing and fishing are popular activities in County Donegal and there’s no shortage of facilities available. Other major attractions include Glenveagh National Park and Castle, Tory Island, Glebe House and Gallery, Colmcille Heritage Centre, Fort Dunree Military Museum and Abbey Mill Wheels. Donegal also has some interesting archaeological sites; around Ballyshannon, for example, you'll find ruined castles, religious sites and celtic raths.

Letterkenny and Bundoran, County Donegal

Letterkenny, County Donegal's largest town, has a vibrant atmosphere. It's a great place to shop for everything from high street fashions to quality handcrafted goods and designer clothes - alternately, you can relax and enjoy a coffee in one of Letterkenny's many continental-style cafes. Seaside resorts like Bundoran provide a change of mood - if you're looking for lively nights filled with music, song and dance, then Bundoran is the place to go. Why not take some time out to explore Donegal with one of our specialised tours?

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The heritage town of Donegal is situated at the mouth of its namesake, Donegal Bay, and is part of a county that also bears the same name. The county is at the foot of the Bluestack Mountains, making it an ideal starting point for those touring the rest of the country.

Its quiet and relaxing lifestyle has made it a tourist attraction in itself as well. The town is popular since it was the home of the O’Donnell clan.  The clan was a major player in the history of Ireland. A 1966 Disney film featuring an O’Donnell character was even entitled The Fighting Prince of Donegal.

The town’s location is ideal for angling, fishing, and boating activities. There are several walking and biking paths that guests can take. Dean’s Equestrian Center provides a complete look at how horses are groomed and cared for.

There is an 18-hole golf course for those who want to improve their swing. Dining out is also a treat, as you get to sample local specialties. There are also a number of pubs that let you enjoy a drink together with good company.

A good time to visit is the summer right in time for the town festival. You can enjoy good music that will be played in conjunction with a carnival atmosphere.  

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