Donegal

Tír Chonaill

'like an Ireland in miniature, county Donegal embraces heathery moors, vast peat bogs, mountains and 230 miles of sea-torn coastline, which varies from golden beaches to Europes high ocean cliffs at slieve league. Living on the islands far fringe has fostered an independent spirit among Donegals people, many of whom cling proudly to gaelic, Irelands native language.'

National Geographic Traveller

Glenveagh National Park
Glenveagh National Park

Glenveagh National Park encompasses some 16,000 hectares in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains, and is inhabited with many interesting plants and animals.

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Sliabh Liag
Sliabh Liag

Amongst the highiest and most spectacular sea cliffs in Europe, the Slieve League (Sliabh Liag) cliffs are a must see!!!

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Donegal Abbey Ruins
Donegal Abbey Ruins

The ruins date from 1474 and were founded by the wife of Red Hugh O'Donnell.

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Glenveagh National Park
Glenveagh National Park

Glenveagh National Park encompasses some 16,000 hectares in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains, and is inhabited with many interesting plants and animals.

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The B&B

Stay in this beautiful and peaceful bed and breakfast overlooking the majestic Donegal Bay and the breathtaking Bluestack Mountains. Enjoy the homemade breakfast, rolling green fields and never-ending views.

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Donegal Accommodation

Donegal Accommodation
LOCATION

Our home, at Ardlenagh (gael. high rolling plain) is located  just 2kms south of Donegal Town and is ideally situated for touring the North West leg of the Wild Atlantic Way. Set in its own private lands Ardlenagh provides the perfect getaway for both families and couples.

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5 MIN DRIVE TO THE BEACH

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