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.

Carrick Holiday Cottages

Carrick Holiday Cottages – a selection of holiday rentals in the Carrick area of southwest Donegal. Book directly with owners to get best rates.

Donegal Castle

Donegal Castle is situated on the banks of the River Eske in Donegal Town. The castle was built in 1505 by the O'Donnell clan who were the ruling Gaelic Chieftains in County Donegal up until the...

Slieve League Donegal

The Slieve League cliffs, situated on the south West coast of Donegal, are said to be among the highest marine cliffs in Europe. The cliffs rise almost 2000 ft / 598 m above the Atlantic Ocean making them more than twice as high as the famous cliffs of Moher in County Clare.

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...

The Owenea Fishery

The River Owenea flows out of Lough Ea, in the western side of the Bluestack Mountains in south west Donegal. It runs for 20km following a western course past Glenties, into Loughrosmore Bay just...

Inver Self Catering

Inver Self Catering - Situated off the main Donegal - Killybegs road, a few miles outside Mountcharles, Inver is set on a beautiful point where the River Eany enters Donegal Bay. This quaint village...

Rossnowlagh Self Catering

Rossnowlagh Self Catering - 'The Heavenly Cove' is regarded by many as the most scenic and dramatic beach in the whole of the Northwest. Located on the dramatic Atlantic coast, just 8km northwest of...

Bundoran Golf Club Donegal

Bundoran Golf Club Donegal - a wonderful 18 hole golf course laid out in two loops of nine around the landmark Great Northern Hotel with the 9th and 18th greens close to the clubhouse. The course...

Country Markets in Donegal

Country Markets in Donegal are indoor that generally operate one day a week to market the shareholders’ fresh farm, garden and home produce and handcrafts

Port Famine Village Donegal

Port is an abandoned “Famine Village” located on the coast about 14 km north west of Glencolmcille in Co Donegal. It is also referred to as a “Ghost Village” or “The Deserted Village” – a reference to the fact that a whole hamlet of houses just seems to have been abandoned to the elements.

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