Donegal Town Holiday Homes

Donegal Town is very popular during the summer months, and it is a gateway to the southern part of County Donegal. There are many fine, sandy beaches in the area boasting some of the best surfing conditions in Western Europe. Donegal is also used as a base for hill-walking in the nearby Bluestack Mountains.

The town is home to the regional newspaper Donegal Democrat and the more local newspaper Donegal Times. Ocean FM, an independent regional radio station, has one of its three studios in the town, which broadcasts to most of south County Donegal.

Lismore Donegal Town

Lismore

Located on an elevated site on the Old Golf Course Road, just outside Donegal Town, this modern, luxury cottage has panoramic views over Donegal Bay and the surrounding coastline.

Sea View Donegal Town

Sea View

Sea View Cottage is lovely modern holiday home located in the vibrant tourist town of Donegal.  Situated on a small hillside overlooking Donegal Bay the holiday home is 250 meters from the waters edge

The Craft Village Donegal Town

The Blue Stack Mountains offer great hillwalking opportunities. Further afield are the spectacular cliffs at Slieve League and Glenveagh National Park along with many more scenic locations.

Historically, the town itself is famous for being the former home to the O’Donnell clan, who played a pivotal role in Irish history. From the 15th to the 17th century, they provided the main opposition to the colonisation of Ireland by England. The town itself contains Donegal Castle and the remains of a Franciscan abbey which dates back to the 15th century.

Bundoran Star Charter Boat

Bundoran Star is a charter boat service offering deep sea angling and sightseeing charter trips in Donegal Bay. It also offers whale and dolphin watchine trips from its base in Bundoran in South...

The James Byrne Fiddle Summer School

The James Byrne Fiddle Summer School - Ceol sa Ghleann is a traditional arts project based in Glencolmcille, in South West County Donegal. It was set up over 20 years ago by the late Donegal fiddler...

Donegal Bay Waterbus

The Donegal Bay Waterbus is a purpose built, luxury passenger boat, capable of comfortably taking 165 passengers; seated on lower and open top decks on a sight seeing cruise of the many points of...

Bundoran Seaweed Baths

Bundoran Seaweed Baths Bundoran Seaweed Baths & Aqua Mara Treatment Rooms have a range of facilities and experiences perfect for the discerning adult looking for a combination of health and...

Traditional Irish Thatched Cottages

Click image to enlarge Traditional Irish Thatched Cottages - In olden times the thatched cottages were very popular throughout Ireland. They provided homes of character, comfort and beauty which...

Nancy’s Bar, Ardara

Nancys Bar, Ardara is renowned for its bar food and for its music sessions. With a bit of luck you could end up in the middle of a traditional music session after your bar meal.

Glenties Harvest Fair Festival

Glenties Harvest Fair Festival - The Glenties Harvest Fair Festival is one of the highlights of the Donegal calendar every year and is normally held over a long weekend in early September. This...

International Appalachian Trail, Donegal

International Appalachian Trail, Donegal In 2011 Ireland was included in the 'International Appalachian Trail', an extension of the world-renowned walking route on the Canada/US border. The original...

Narin and Portnoo Golf Club

Narin and Portnoo Golf Club - situated in the beautiful seaside village of Narin in southwest Donegal. Enjoying sweeping views over Gweebarra Bay this friendly golf club is regarded as one of the...

Smugglers Creek Rossnowlagh Donegal

Smuggler's Creek Inn, Rossnowlagh is a renowned pub and restaurant perched on a cliff top with stunning views over Rossnowlagh beach, Donegal Bay and the Blue Stack Mountains.The pub dates back to...

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