Annagry Self Catering

Annagry Self Catering – A beautifully situated village in the heart of the Irish speaking Rosses. Ranafast, west of the village, is a district renowned for summer schools in the Irish language. Just as you enter the village there is a nature walk, signposted right, which takes you to a viewpoint where you can better appreciate the bays, inlets, ocean and mountains all around you. West of the road between Annagry and Crolly is the district of Ranafast one of the major centres in the country for summer courses in the Irish Language.

Annagry is a beautiful village situated in the heart of the Irish speaking Rosses. Crolly is home to the famous singing groups Clannad , Altan and the singer Enya. Call into the family pub Leo’s Tavern & enjoy the displays of gold and platinum records celebrating their achievements. The Rosses is close by – a remarkable tract of more than 60,000 acres of rock-strewn land, intersected by streams, with numerous little lakes providing sport for the angler. Aran Island, which is 3 miles off shore, is also well worth a visit.

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